Located in the northeastern part of Shangrao City, Sanqingshan Scenic Area is a national-level geological park and a world natural heritage. Sanqingshan Scenic Area is a famous Taoist mountain. It is known as the “Little Huangshan Mountain” and includes three peaks: Yujing, Yuxu and Yuhua. Their shapes resemble three Taoist gods, Yuqing, Shangqing and Taiqing, sitting on top of the mountain. In Sanqingshan, you can watch the beautiful sunrise amid the sea of clouds, admire the peculiar stones in the mountains, and walk the high-altitude plank path. The scenery is even more beautiful when the azaleas are in bloom during May and June.
The Pavilion of Prince Teng is one of the three famous buildings in Jiangnan and it is also a landmark of Nanchang. It is one of the must-visit attractions for people coming to Nanchang. The scenic spot is mainly composed of the main pavilion and the small gardens on both north and south sides. The building's long-range view is one of the main highlights for visitors. The Pavilion of Prince Teng takes the form of the "Three Clear Seven Blind", that is, from the outside, it is a three-story building with cloisters, but there are seven floors inside. Visitors are allowed on only six levels.
The greater Pingxiang Wugong Mountain Scenic Area comprises the Pingxiang and Anfu Scenic Areas, each of which has its own character. The Pingxiang Scenic Area consists largely of the kind of high mountain meadow typically associated with Wugong Mountain. Visitors who come to Wugong for hiking or to enjoy the scenery generally choose to come to Pingxiang. The three major experiences associated with Wugong Mountain are climbing the Golden Summit, watching a sunrise, and viewing the “cloud sea.” Many hiking and photography enthusiasts decide to form groups to cross the area on foot, but most visitors combine some hiking with a ride on the aerial tram. It is most relaxing to allow a full day or two to be sure to enjoy Golden Summit, a sunrise, and the “cloud sea.”
Wuyuan Huangling is a typical mountain village on the east of Wuyuan. Local villagers there have been using plaque bamboo sieve drying techniques to dry crops since ancient times. Every harvest season, the hundreds of scattered Hui style architectures in the sunshine and colorful harvests on the drying racks make up a splendid autumn landscape, attracting many photographers to come here for photography sessions.