5 famous red and yellow forests in China

From the end of September, the forests in Beijing, Jilin, Sichuan will simultaneously change color, providing surreal scenery for visitors.

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Along the Great Wall

Along the Great Wall

The most famous Chinese landmark is about 1-1.5 hours drive from Beijing. The Great Wall is a work of over 20,000 km long, built on mountains with trees surrounded by it. Photo: Flashpacking Travel Blog.
Along the Great Wall
In the fall, the section of the Bat Dat Linh Citadel is considered one of the most beautiful sights to see red and yellow leaves. The forest where the Great Wall runs through covers an area of 56 hectares and planted more than 50,000 maple trees. The foliage changes color from September to November each year, which is most brilliant in mid-October. Photo: Beijing Private Tours.
Valley in Jiaohe

Valley in Jiaohe

In the Changbai mountain area of Jilin province, northeastern China, red leaves will fill the valley in Jiaohe from the end of September. This is a pristine destination and is rarely visited by tourists because of difficult moving. Photo: Trip.
Valley in Jiaohe
In the fall, photographers often come here to capture images of maple trees, birch trees, etc., that turning their leaves from red-pink to yellow. China Daily said the mix makes the valley look like "giant waves rolling on a large, colorful sea as the wind blows through." Photo: Trip.
Jiuzhaigou Scenic Area

Jiuzhaigou Scenic Area

The nature reserve in northern Sichuan Province is located at an altitude of 3,000 m above sea level. This place is rated as the most beautiful in the fall, especially from late September to mid October. Photo: WallpaperCave.
Jiuzhaigou Scenic Area
Jiuzhaigou literally means "valley of nine villages." This area is formed by three interconnected valleys, possessing 108 lakes on the plateau with many streams, falls, and snowy mountains. In 1992, UNESCO recognized the Jiuzhaigou as a World Heritage Site. This landmark is about 450 km from the city of Chengdu. Photo: Wikipedia.
Kanas Lake

Kanas Lake 

Kanas Lake is located in the north of Burqin district, in the Xinjiang autonomous region, at an altitude of 1,375 m above sea level. In September, snow-capped peaks and spruce forest, birch trees around the lake begin to turn leaf color to bright yellow, dark green creating surreal beauty in the eyes of visitors. Photo: Fodors.
Kanas Lake
There are several walking routes around Kanas Lake. The most popular destination for visitors is Guangyu Square, which offers panoramic views of the lake, peaks, and meadows. Photo: Mother Nature.
Huangshan mountain

Huangshan mountain

Huangshan or Yellow Mountain is located in Anhui Province, eastern China, in a climate with four distinct seasons, suitable for visiting all seasons of the year. From September to November, colorful forests stretch across the altitudes of the mountain. Huangshan Mountain is one of the most famous places to see autumn leaves in China. Photo: China Discovery.
Huangshan mountain
This place is often used as a backdrop for works of art, including ancient paintings. October is the time when the natural paintings here show the most brilliantly, but it is also the peak tourist season when Chinese people celebrate National Day. Tourists should come here at the end of September and October to avoid traffic jams and crowds. Many people often order three-day tours from Shanghai in combination with visiting the Huangshan Mountains because the two destinations are quite close to each other. Photo: Hilton Chen.

5 famous red and yellow forests in China 5 famous red and yellow forests in China Reviewed by Duy Khiêm on September 02, 2019 Rating: 5

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