Beautiful Anhui Welcomes The World


The mighty Yangtze flows vigorously eastward, traversing 416 kilometers in Anhui—this section of the great river is known as Wanjiang in a length over 800 li. This section of the giant river, meandering magnificently in Anhui, links along its course quite a few famous cities with large port areas, such as Anqing, Chizhou, Tongling, Wuhu, and Ma’anshan. It has left behind on its way many wonders of landscape, such as Mt. Tianzhu, Mt. Jiuhua, and Caishiji. As a saying summarizes, Huizhou and Chizhou are popular for elegant tunes and Anhui is known for its melodious Huangmei arias, cooking smell wafts through streets and alleys, and delicious food appetizingly magnetizes visiting tourists. In the splendid Anhui, a proud history continues and florid culture grows, demonstrating a unique feature of combined traditional customs and modern civilization, which are complementary to each other in attractiveness.

Anhui, a place nurturing a splendid culture and many great minds. It is a place that reflects profound culture and where we celebrate its long-lasting humanities and stunning scenery.

Welcome to Anhui, a place will leave you with unforgettable memories of beautiful scenery and profound culture!

Let's take a glimpse at the sunning sceneries and hitorical sites of Anhui!

The mighty Yangtze River, 416 kilometers across Anhui, is known as 800-mile Wanjiang River. String up a rich city and big port, create a different attitude of mountains and rivers. Approaching the mountains along the Anhui River, enjoy the boundless scenery.

In today’s cities along the Yangtze River in Anhui Province, the rivers reflect beautiful scenery and the traffic is crisscrossed. The four seasons here are distinct and the scenery is different. Together with the Yangtze River, it moistens the poetic atmosphere of misty clouds.

Anhui plays an important role in the development of Chinese culture. Thousands of years ago, Li Bai loved Anhui. He climbed famous mountains, enjoyed beautiful waters, visited old rain and made new acquaintance. He left behind many popular stories and wrote poems passing down through the ages. Down the river, from Anqing, where the Huangmei Opera is sung everywhere, to Chizhou, the “land of thousands of poets”, from Tongling, the “ancient bronze capital of China”, to Wuhu, the “City of Jiangdong”, and Ma’anshan, the “city of Chinese poetry”, peach blossoms are still smiling in the spring breeze. The 800-mile Wanjiang River shows the unique temperament of traditional culture and modern civilization.