Standing magnificently on the banks of the Ganjiang River, this pavilion was built in Tang Dynasty when Prince Tengwang - the younger brother of Taizong Emperor, was governing the province in Hongzhou (present day Nanchang). This, together with Yueyang and Huanghe are referred to as the three most famous pavilions south of the Changjiang River. This pavilion is also well-known as it is featured in an ancient literary masterpiece, "Preface to the Tenwang Pavilion" by Wang Bo of Tang Dynasty.
One of China's four most famous towns in Song Dynasty, Jingdezhen is located in northeast Jiangxi and referred to as the "Porcelain City".
One of the best-known scenic spots and a summer resort in China. Buddhist temples were built here as early as the Eastern Han Dynasty. On the mountain, many cultural relics dating from Tang and Song dynasties remain as the scenery's beauty culminates in Guilin.
A hill steeped in Taoist significance, it is believed that the founder of Taoism Zhang Daoling made pills of immortality here during the Eastern Han Dynasty. On the mountain rock-bombs were built during the Spring and Autumn and Warring State periods.
is one of the ancient Chinese architectural art unique style and brilliant achievements of the outstanding representatives.