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Nanping is situated in the north of Fujian province, on the southeast side of the Wuyi Mountains, and borders the provinces of Zhejiang and Hubei. It was the center of the Han dynasty kingdom of Minyue and according to legend was the birthplace of Sun Wukong, the Monkey King who features in the Chinese novel Journey to the West. Wuyi Tea and Tai Chi are also believed to originate from here. The picturesque Wuyi Mountains are a UNESCO World Heritage Site and are home to a number of attractions including Taoyuan Cave, Jiuqu River and Wuyi Palace.
Wuyi Mountains, a UNESCO World Heritage Center, is an attractive landscape in East China. It is divided into Mount Wuyi Nature Reserve and Mount Wuyi Scenic Area. The Mount Wuyi landscape that tourists visit is a scenic spot that is concentrated on the west side of Chongyang to the Xincun area. The Wuyi Mountain Scenic Area can be divided into four areas, namely Tianyou Peak to Taoyuan Cave, Jiuqu River to Wuyi Palace, Tianxian Tigers Rock, Dahongpao to Shuilian Cave.
Wuyi Mountain Nine-bend Stream is located in the Wuyi Mountain Scenic Area. It is called 'Nine-bend' stream because the stream meanders and bends The stream twists and turns its way past Xingcun Village and into Wuyi Mountain, broken into nine sections, divided into nine bends. The primary means of touring is via rafting Nine-bend. Take a bamboo raft to enjoy the mountain view. Along the way, you can see such views as Dawang Peak, Yuting Peak, Lion Peak, Jade Peak, Xianbangyan and Xianguanyan. Wandering through the green hills and blue waters, add a little sunshine, there's nothing more comfortable.
The "Impression Da Hong Pao" performance is directed by a group of famous directors -- Zhang Yimou, Wang Chaoge and Fan Yue, and it is their 5th work in the Impression series, which was created after the "Impression Liu Sanjie", "Impression Lijiang", "Impression West Lake" and "Impression Hainan Island". The Mount Wuyi Impression Dahongpao Performance Theater is one of the world's largest teahouses. It is the world's first 360-degree rotating auditorium and unprecedentedly integrates 15 movie screens into a natural landscape, which truly displays the culture of Wuyishan amid nature.
Tianyou Peak is located in the north of Liuqu River in Jiuqu River, Wuyishan Scenic Area, and is located in the center of the scenic spot. The origin of its name is because when there is a sea of clouds, in Tianyou Peak, it seems to be in the fairyland, swimming in the Tiangong, hence the name "Tianyou." Here you can enjoy the spectacular view of Wuyi Mountain from Jiuqu River from more angles.