Mangshan Mountain National Forest Park Walking Tour | Chenzhou, Hunan, China | 4K HDR | 郴州莽山
Chenzhou, Mount Mangshan National Park, located in Yizhang County, Chenzhou, has the most intact subtropical primeval second growth forest and evergreen broad-leave forest in the world. It covers 6,000 hectares, and contains both the northern and the southern plants. It has more than 300 varieties of animals. The yellow-breasted pheasant, sika deer, golden cat, and python are first-class state protected species. Mount Mangshan National Park is a complete forest museum with abundant rainfall and rich natural resources. The Yao live nearby. Their home feature exquisite roofs and poling, finished wood windows, and picture plaques framing the main gates.
Taken together these demonstrate unique primitive simplicity and elegance. The King Pan Festival originated from the Singing Party that falls on October 16 of the lunar calendar (Usually the end of November on the Gregorian calendar), which is a grand Yao singing and dancing festival to worship their ancestors and celebrate the bumper harvest. Nowadays, the King Pan Festival has developed into an entertaining festival to celebrate the harvest, and is also an opportunity for young boys and girls to look for the one they might fall in love with. Granted as the “Copy of Xishuangbanla”and “Nouthern Natural Forest Park”, Mangshan in five ridges of the southern part of Yizhang County is a picturesque green treasury where trees and mountains rising one after another.
Mild climate, sufficient rains and privileged natural condition have bestowed this mountain with a variety of forest vegetation, which forms a unique and interesting pattern made up of plants from both tropical zone, subtropical zones and temperate zone, some of which even from frigid zone. As is initially estimated, there are at least 1500 flowering plant species and 700 kinds of woody plant. Mangshan is home to some ancient and rare plants including Tsuga longibracteata.
What a forest museum it is! And it is also famous for the finding of boa constrictor. A gorgeous place that I wish to have a chance to go! Mang Mountain National Forest Park, located in the northern foot of Nanling Mountains, south of the county in Hunan Yizhang Mang Shan Nature Reserve. Still save 6000 hectares of virgin forest, is the largest forest park in Hunan Province.
Here is the world's best preserved and most representative of the original sub-tropical forest, evergreen broad-leaved forest. Has more than 1,700 species of plants, 300 species of animals. Hunan is a province of the People's Republic, is located south of the Yangtze River.
Most areas in the south of Dongting Lake, hence the name Hunan. Xiangjiang River runs through the territory of North and South, also known as Xiang. According to legend, the Xiangjiang River in the past few plant hibiscus, Tan Tang Dynasty poet used the "Autumn Hibiscus country thousands of miles" of the sentence, Hunan, it has "Hibiscus country, "said. Hunan, Jiangxi east, west, Chongqing, Guizhou, southern border of Guangdong, Guangxi, Hubei Province north. Jurisdiction of 13 prefecture-level cities and 1 autonomous prefecture, a total of 136 counties (county-level cities or municipal districts) or more administrative units, the provincial capital of Changsha City based. Hunan, a mountainous province in southern China, was the early home of Communist leader Mao Zedong.
The village of Shaoshan, where Mao was born in 1893, welcomes visitors to his mud-brick childhood house and the Mao Zedong Memorial Museum. In northwestern Hunan, the Wulingyuan Scenic Area is distinguished by thousands of quartzite sandstone columns, as well as caves, waterfalls and endangered wildlife. Hunan, Wade-Giles romanization Hu-nan, landlocked sheng (province) of southern China. A major rice-producing area, Hunan is situated to the south of the Yangtze River (Chang Jiang). It is bounded by the provinces of Hubei to the north, Jiangxi to the east, and Guangdong to the southeast; by the Zhuang Autonomous Region of Guangxi to the southwest; and by the province of Guizhou and Chongqing municipality to the west. The name Hunan is formed from the Chinese words hu (“lake”) and nan (“south”), meaning the land to the south of Dongting Lake. The capital and most important city of the province is Changsha, situated in the northeast, on the banks of the Xiang River. Area 81,300 square miles (210,500 square km). Pop. (2010) 65,683,722.