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Ānhuī 安徽
If you only have time for one province, Ānhuī should top your list. It may be poor – supplying
the lion’s share of the country’s ayi and baomu (domestic helpers) – but its landscape is dramatic
and beautiful in equal measure, and Wǎnnán – as the southern part of Ānhuī is called – is home
to the lovely Huīzhōu culture that melds over the border with northeastern Jiāngxī. With little
of the manic development and breakneck urgency that grips the rest of China, the province is
an alluring alternative to the mantle of noise and construction dust cloaking other provinces.
Cut by the Yangzi River (Cháng Jiāng), which occasionally floods the low plains, Ānhuī
has conveniently managed to cram all its highlight sights into a small and easily navigable
area in the deep provincial south. It is to this well-watered mountainous region, which
contrasts spectacularly with the arid northern plains abutting Hénán and Shāndōng, that
travellers naturally gravitate.
China’s most famous peak – Huáng Shān – has yielded an almost equally high mountain of
coffee-table books dedicated to its mist-wreathed panoramas. Famed for its other-worldly fogs
and looming granite formations, Huáng Shān’s natural beauty is complemented by the sacred
mountain aura of nearby Buddhist Jiǔhuá Shān, one of China’s holiest places of pilgrimage.
The gorgeous Huīzhōu villages and architecture of Yīxiàn and Shèxiàn fully round out the
picture. Visitors basing themselves in Túnxī can use the town as a convenient launching pad
for grasping the Taoist secrets of Qíyún Shān and uncovering the charms of Hóngcūn, Xīdì,
Shèxiàn and other delightful villages that characterise the region.

HIGHLIGHTS

ĀNHUĪ

„ Climb into a sea of clouds at Huáng Shān

(p446), China’s most beautiful mountain
„ Village hop in Yīxiàn (p443) on the trail of

some of China’s most exquisite villages
„ Explore the Huīzhōu architecture of Shèxiàn

(p445) and the riverine charms of the nearby
port village of Yúliáng (p445)
„ Commune with the Buddhist mysteries of

mountainous Jiǔhuá Shān (p450)
„ Ascend Qíyún Shān (p444) in pursuit of its

Taoist mystique and fabulous views

Ji©huá Shƒn
Yíxiàn
Qíyún Shán

„ POPULATION: 62.1 MILLION

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If you only have time for one province, Ānhuī should top your list. It may be poor – supplying
the lion’s share of the country’s ayi and baomu (domestic helpers) – but its landscape is dramatic
and beautiful in equal measure, and Wǎnnán – as the southern part of Ānhuī is called – is home
to the lovely Huīzhōu culture that melds over the border with northeastern Jiāngxī. With little
of the manic development and breakneck urgency that grips the rest of China, the province is
an alluring alternative to the mantle of noise and construction dust cloaking other provinces.
Cut by the Yangzi River (Cháng Jiāng), which occasionally floods the low plains, Ānhuī
has conveniently managed to cram all its highlight sights into a small and easily navigable
area in the deep provincial south. It is to this well-watered mountainous region, which
contrasts spectacularly with the arid northern plains abutting Hénán and Shāndōng, that
travellers naturally gravitate.
China’s most famous peak – Huáng Shān – has yielded an almost equally high mountain of
coffee-table books dedicated to its mist-wreathed panoramas. Famed for its other-worldly fogs
and looming granite formations, Huáng Shān’s natural beauty is complemented by the sacred
mountain aura of nearby Buddhist Jiǔhuá Shān, one of China’s holiest places of pilgrimage.
The gorgeous Huīzhōu villages and architecture of Yīxiàn and Shèxiàn fully round out the
picture. Visitors basing themselves in Túnxī can use the town as a convenient launching pad
for grasping the Taoist secrets of Qíyún Shān and uncovering the charms of Hóngcūn, Xīdì,
Shèxiàn and other delightful villages that characterise the region.
Ānhuī 安徽
POPULATION: 62.1 MILLION
HIGHLIGHTS
Climb into a sea of clouds at Huáng Shān
( p446 ), China’s most beautiful mountain
Village hop in Yīxiàn ( p443 ) on the trail of
some of China’s most exquisite villages
Explore the Huīzhōu architecture of Shèxiàn
( p445 ) and the riverine charms of the nearby
port village of Yúliáng ( p445 )
Commune with the Buddhist mysteries of
mountainous Jiǔhuá Shān ( p450 )
Ascend Qíyún Shān ( p444 ) in pursuit of its
Taoist mystique and fabulous views
Qíyún Shán
Shèxiàn
Yíxiàn
Huáng Shƒn
Ji©huá Shƒn
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