Zhengzhou Travel Information

Zhengzhou is located in the northern region of Central Henan and lies at the boundary between the lower and middle reaches of the Yellow River. As one of the ancient capitals of China, it is where the ancient Chinese thrived and in which many cultural relics have been found. The city has stunning landscapes with mountains, plains, rolling hills, and rivers. A rich cultural heritage coupled with the beautiful landscapes make Zhengzhou a popular destination spot for tourists.

The Shaolin Temple – the Number One Temple under Heaven – is situated in a quiet valley in the Songshan Mountain, close to Zhengzhou. The 1,000-year old shrine is popular with tourists. The Yellow River flows past the city to the north around which the Yellow River Tourist Zone has been set up. The city is like a dazzling pearl along the river. Erqi Square is the landmark of the city, around which lies the busiest commercial center in Henan province.

As one of China’s ancient capitals, Zhengzhou offers many cultural relics, including the Peiligang site (8,000 years old) and the Shanghai Capital Ruins (3,500 years old). An annual tribute ceremony takes place in Xinzheng, close to Zhengzhou, to honor the ancestor of the Chinese people – the Yellow Emperor. Appropriately, the venue of CIAAF and ACTF is located at the Zhengdong New Area to represent the future of the city. Zhengzhou National Forest Park, Henan Arts Center, the Ruyi Lake, boutique shopping areas and food markets are also in close proximity to the venue.

Many popular travel destinations are in close proximity to the city, including the ancient capitals Luoyang and Kaifeng. Feel free to extend your visit and plan further excursions after the CIAAF and ACTF event, so you can enjoy the many attractions Henan has to offer.

For more travel information, see:http://www.hnta.cn

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