Yellow River Scenic Area

As the second largest river in China, the Yellow River flows for nearly 5,500 kilometers. Its prominent presence in China's central basin provides deep historical significance as the originating region of Chinese civilization. It is also here that nature's splendid manifestation surrounds all visitors with unforgettable sight and sounds.

An ideal location for experiencing the Yellow River's central basin is the Yellow River Scenic Area. 30 kilometers northwest of Zhengzhou, the Scenic Area is located in-between the Yellow River and Yueshan Mountain. Hillsides, greenery, pavilions and waterways abound in this exemplar of Central Chinese natural beauty.

The Yellow River Scenic Area features five prominent scenic spots, most notable of which is the Five Dragons Peak. The "Dragons" in actuality are a series of five mountain peaks. Scattered along this range are numerous ancient pavilions. Other featured sights include the Camel Mountain Range, the Yueshan Temple, the Stone Figures of Yandi and Huangdi, and the Ancient City of Liu Bang and Xiang Yu.