Anhui Travel Guide

Anhui Travel Guide


Anhui Province, with a population of over 59 million, is an inland province in Southeast China. It stretches over the Yangtze River and Huai River, and is adjacent to six provinces of Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Jiangxi, Hubei, Henan and Shandong.The total area of the Province is over 139,000 square kilometres with a population of about 60 million, including the Han, Hui, She and other nationalities. Hefei is its provincial capital. Hefei City, the capital of the province, has many attractions as a result of its 2,000 years of history.

Anhui Facts

Chinese Name: 安徽省 

Location: north-western part of eastern China

Capital: Hefei

Area:139,000 square km

Population: 59.00million


History of Anhui

During the Spring and Autumn Period (770-1476 BC), Wu and Chu Kingdom were established in today’s Anhui Province. As early as the Three Kingdom, Tang and Song Dynasties, agriculture and handicraft industries in Anhui area already occupied an important position in the national economy. But in the old China, the beautiful and richly endowed Anhui Province was afflicted with all ills and reduced to ruins because of the corrupt and decadent rule of the successive reactionary ruling classes in history. Now great changes have taken place in both the urban and rural areas.


Tourism Cities in AnHui

  • Anqing

  • Bengbu

  • Bozhou

  • Chaohu

  • Chizhou

  • Chuzhou

  • Fuyang

  • Hefei

  • Huaibei

  • Lu'an

  • Tongling

  • Suzhou

  • Wuhu

  • Xuancheng


What to See in Anhui ?

Covering an area of 130,000 square kilometers (50,200 square miles), Anhui Province boasts of abundant tourism resources, and is a top tourist attraction among many in the Southeast, Huangshan such as: the amazing Mount Huangshan, famous for its towering pines, precipitous stones, wonderland cloud-sea and hot springs;Mount Jiuhua, one of the four famous Buddhist Mountains in China; Mount Tianzhu, also a well-known scenic spot. The magnificence of these peaks is simply stupendous. Standing on top of any one of these peaks would overwhelm most trekkers with a sight to behold.
In addition to the beautiful mountain scenery, the well-preserved ancient villages in the southern part are derived from the Ming and Qing Dynasties (1368 - 1911). The most impressive ones are in Xidi and Hongcun Ancient Villages in Yixian County near Mount Huangshan. It is really a sight worth seeing and a must for visitors who are keen to learn more about life during those years. Shexian County, reputed as Town of Arches, is also a must for each visitor who wants to experience fine examples of residential architecture from the Ming and Qing Dynasties and the unique Tangyue Memorial Archway.


When to visit ?
It intrigues and astonishes tourists with its marvelous scenery and centuries-old cultural relics. Annual average temperature is between 14C and 17C. The best time to visit these scenic areas is in autumn (September, October, and November) and spring (April, May and June). However, the snow scenery of Huangshan is absolutely fascinating so if you enjoy the snow, it's best to come during the winter.It is also well known for its various craftworks, such as rice paper, ink stone and Chinese ink. Together, they form the precious Chinese four treasures of literary pursuits.


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