Tengchong, a low-profile gem with hot springs, wetland and more
Every year around March, our WeChat Moments is always bombarded by photos of the golden canola flowers of Wuyuan, Jiangxi Province. The ancient villages nestled among mountains, the seemingly endless golden flower sea, and the green mountains and rivers have struck the heartstrings of many people.
Tea, the most ordinary of beverages, was once so highly prized that traders, travelers and seafarers risked their lives to bring the precious cargo from China to the rest of the world.
Once the rail service is officially put into operation, the trip between Shenzhen and Meizhou will be cut to 2.5 hours, making Meizhou within easier reach for Shenzheners who wish to explore Hakka culture and savor mouth-watering Hakka cuisine.
With spring arriving in all her splendor and glory, going outdoors this time of the year with family and friend to enjoy the blossoms, the greening grass and the warm sunshine is a joy that cannot be missed.
Shenzhen, though a modern metropolis, is home to some mountains worth trekking. EyeShenzhen lists out eight mountains that cannot be missed just a stone’s throw from where we live and work.