Suizhou is located in the northern part of Hubei Province, at the intersection of the Yangtze River Basin and the Huai River Basin. It is known as the “Hanxiang Throat” and the “Pearl of Northern Hubei.” In ancient times Suizhou was known as the “Kingdom East of the Han River.” It is known for being “ancient, strange, beautiful, and new” and is a national-level historical and cultural city. Known as the “first peak in the sky north of Hubei and Hunan,” the scenic spot of Dahong Mountain has beautiful and unique scenery. It is a national nature reserve. The Tongbai Mountains, which span the two provinces of Hubei and Henan, are where the Huai River originates. The river has become the boundary between the north and south of China.
China Qiannian Yinxing Valley is situated in Luoyang Town, Cengdu District, Suizhou City. The scenic area is known for its signature Gingko scenery. According to traditional Chinese philosophy's cultural concept of human and nature, when one enters the valley, they will feel as if they are entering another world. The shadows of the mountains and trees cover the local houses, while plumes of smoke can be seen from balconies; the peaceful atmosphere will certainly leave an impression on visitors.
Journey to the West Park is located in Wenquan Village of Hongshan Town in Suizhou City. It has been carefully built according to the national AAAA-level scenic area standard. The scenic spot consists of nine themed parks. These include the hot spring health park, water entertainment park, animal performance park, outdoor sports park, farming experience park, racecourse, golf practice course, cross-country auto field, and the snow ski and grass ski resort.
Dahong Mountain Scenic Spot boasts rich natural and human landscapes. It is a natural treasure house of animals and plants, with high forest coverage, large primitive forest communities, as well as many mammals and birds. These plants and animals form a natural park, which is known as the "back garden of Wuhan." In addition to the attractive natural scenery, there are dozens of attractions in the cave for visitors to enjoy, such as the "Dongkoubifeng," the "Jigong (The Mad Monk) looking up at sky," and the "Qu Yuan creating poems while walking."
The scenic area that makes up Yandi Shennong’s hometown is full of trees and is magnificent. Yandi Shennong’s hometown now has a number of developed facilities as well as a number of natural landscapes. These include the Shennong Memorial Archway, Shennong Cultural Square, Yandi Shennong Memorial Hall and more. Among these, the Shennong Monument dates from the Ming Dynasty (A.D. 1577) and weighs several tons with centuries of history. The Shennong Memorial Hall is made up of a foyer and an exhibition hall of his life, a calligraphy exhibition hall and Shennong Statue. There are a number of mountains, gullies and trees in the scenic area which adds to the beauty of the scenery.