By GreaterGo Editor / 9 May 2023
Daya Bay is not all about nuclear power plants, but is itself a tourist spot worth visiting. You will be discovering a variety of cultural and natural attractions here. Kids will be thrilled to see different geological landscapes, including purple limestone, tuff and granite that wow them. The rugged coastline of Daya Bay forms a picture of “big bay covering small bay”.
【GreaterDive】Explore the Lingnan Beauty: 3 Attractions in Huizhou You Cannot Miss
By GreaterGo Editor / 8 May 2023
The beauty of the Lingnan region is widely celebrated, while the landscape of Huizhou is famous for its picturesque and charming scenery. It is home to national-level scenic spots. If you want to experience the beauty of Lingnan, be sure to visit these three must see scenic spots in Huizhou!
Boluo Botang hides the tea garden scenery that is not inferior to Wuyi Mountain!
By Huizhou Editor / 27 Mar 2023
If we say what elements are needed for a spring outing? It must be inseparable from the touch of green that symbolizes spring And this touch of green It is especially bright in the tea gardens where the tea leaves are everywhere. Tea gardens that can often be seen on mobile phones and TVs as if far away from real life In fact, it is not the case. In Huizhou There are tea gardens full of tea leaves in the mountains and valleys
【GreaterDIVE】Huizhou: Enjoy China’s Hot Spring City♨️
By GreaterDive / 17 Jan 2023
The Guangdong–Hong Kong–Macao Greater Bay Area features many excellent hot spring resort locations. Chief among them is wonderful Huizhou, a famous historic and cultural city brimming with hot springs.
"Oasis on the Tropic of Cancer" - Nankunshan National Forest Park|GreaterGo
By GreaterGo Editor / 22 Dec 2022
The Mount Luofu located in the South of Huizhou and the Nankun Mountain located in the North are two famous mountains of the city. Regarded as the "oasis on the Tropic of Cancer", Nankun Mountain is known for its mythical peaks and waterfalls. The Tiantang Top ("Tiantang" as paradise in Chinese), the major peak of the mountain, is taller than Hong Kong’s Tai Mo Shan. It stands over 1000m above sea level. Although it is tiring to climb Nankun Mountain, all efforts are just worth it when you see the wonderland-like scenery.