Zhongxiang is a famous city in Chinese history and culture located in central Hubei Province. Cultural relics are scattered widely throughout Zhongxiang, and it is home to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Ming Xianling Mausoleums. Zhongxiang is one of China’s outstanding tourism cities and offers three national-level ecological scenic areas: the Mount Dahong National Park, the Dakou National Forest Park, and the Mochou Lake National Wetland Park.
Built in the 14th year during the reign of Zhengde of the Ming Dynasty, Xianling Mausoleum of the Ming Dynasty is composed of large architectural complexes surrounded by mountains and water. Its layout and architecture are unique with a golden flask-shaped outer wall. The nine-bend imperial river and dragon scale road winding among the Mausoleum buildings are rare in Ming tombs. Two mysterious dumbbell-shaped underground palaces connected by towers have been hailed as a wonder — a masterpiece combining architectural art and environmental aesthetics.
Pengdun Idyllic World is located at Pengdun village at the town of Shipai, Zhongxiang, Jingmen city. This is a countryside tourist attraction dedicated to leisure, sightseeing, and themes of displaying agricultural culture as well as developing featured agriculture. This tourist site has a variety of attractions, including an expo park of the tillage culture, a central square for the culture and arts, and a picking garden of organic fruits and vegetables. Such tourist spots have made great contribution to the development of local agriculture.
Mochou Lake Amusement City is located on the shores of Mochou Lake, with beautiful scenery and fresh air. It is separated into two areas: the water sports world and the land amusement park. There are motor boats, Ferris wheels, mountain bikes, haunted houses and pirate ships. There are also newly designed children's playgrounds with activities of all kinds. Nearby, visitors will also find a gymnasium, Mingxian tomb, a museum, and Mochou Village.