Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, Unique National Park in Hunan, China - indephedia.com

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Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, Unique National Park in Hunan, China



INDEPHEDIA.com - Zhangjiajie National Forest Park is a national forest park in Zhangjiajie City, Hunan Province, People's Republic of China, which is visited by many tourists because of its natural beauty and uniqueness. Because of its uniqueness, the national forest park which was established in 1982 was established by UNESCO as one of the Global Ecopark in 2004.

Zhangjiajie National Forest Park does have extraordinary landscapes. This area is famous for its 'sea' of karst that is either taper or elongated like a pole. The karsts are lined up randomly with varying heights.

The growth of various types of plants in the karsts adds to the beautiful scenery. From year to year many tourists from all over the world visit this national forest park.




To go to the location of the national park is not so far from Zhangjiajie City, only about 30 kilometers. Access to this national park can be easily obtained. There are buses available for tourists, and the bus departs every day at some time from Zhangjiajie Central Bus Station. Besides buses, you can also look for tour services that provide facilities for tourists.

Another uniqueness of the national park covering an area of ​​up to 4.4 hectares, the atmosphere will be magical when the fog falls and covers most of the forest area. You seem to stand on the island above the clouds, and the surrounding cliffs will look like flying because of fog.

Satisfied with enjoying the views of the karsts, there are still various other unique activities that you can do in Zhangjiajie. Here, you can try walking on the Skywalk, an extreme pedestrian path because this path is made of glass and is at an altitude of 4,900 feet or 1,403 meters on the edge of a cliff.

In addition, you can also try to pass through Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon with the glass bridge. Although it looks creepy, the management is very concerned about the safety of this glass bridge. So, you can travel calmly here. (WS.IN/ENG/*)

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