Changjiang is in the east of Hainan Island. It enjoys a typical tropical monsoon climate with abundant sunshine. Changjiang also boasts delicious natural food and local specialties such as Wulie goat, Shanlanjiu (a spirit made by the Li ethnic minority), yucha (a local dish), Changjiang mango, Changjiang seafood, wild honey, and earthenware made by the Li ethnic minority. The area was previously given the title of National Quality Production Base for Mangoes. Famous attractions include Qizi Bay, Bawangling National Nature Reserve, and the Shilu Iron Mine.
Qizi Bay in Hainan's Changjiang Li Autonomous County is an original ecological bit of coastline with crystal clear ocean waters and soft sand. The bay has gently sloping sand beaches as well as reef beaches. An area called "Chess Basket" is a spot on the beach with a high concentration of many different colored pebbles which have become almost transparent under the scouring action of the waves. The pebbles are colored like jade and agate, creating a very interesting and wondrous sight.
Changhua Town is located on the north shore of where Changhua River enters the ocean, in Changjiang Li Autonomous County. The scenic area belongs to sand beach flatland region. It is a serene scenic town, abundant in ocean resources. There are natural attractions, such as Haiwan Dajiao, Sailboat Rock, and Jihai Rock. Many national and international visitors come here for sightseeing and tasting the delicious sea food.
Bawangling is located on southeast of Changjiang County, bordering Baisha, Ledong and Dongfang. The local ecological system has been preserved very well given the excellent condition in which the local natural environment has remained. The area features a large and abundant variety of flora and fauna, making it one of the richer tropical biological areas in China. Wangbaling is hot and humid. The trees here are locked in an intense struggle for growth in a primeval, tropical rainforest environment. There are numerous kinds of vegetation here, including Hopea hainanensis and bauhinia which are as hard as nails and thus nicknamed "green steel." Homalium hainanensis and kujing have persisted there for hundreds of years and also have a very thick, tough complexion. There are also pears that are naturally resistant to many pests.
Guchang Huacheng is a county town near the west coast of Changjiang County, Hainan Province. It is a famous tourist attraction. Guchang Huacheng was built in the Hongwu period of the Ming Dynasty. It has a history of several thousand years. The walls of Changhua City still have a very strong defense system. The scars and marks on the stone walls serve as historical evidence of their resistance to wars and attacks by the Wokou.