South Koreans travel to E China's Anhui online on Cultural and Natural Heritage Day

Updated:Jun 10,2020 11:17 AM Chinaculture.org


Signature pine trees are seen on Huangshan Mountain in East China's Anhui province. [Photo provided to Chinaculture.org]

To celebrate culture and natural heritage in China, the Seoul Tourism Association and Anhui Provincial Culture and Tourism Bureau put on an online exhibition to introduce the major attractions in East China's Anhui province.

Home of three UNESCO heritage sites, including Huangshan Mountain, Hongcun and Xidi ancient villages and the Grand Canal, Anhui is also the birthplace of Huizhou architecture, Xuan paper and the Chinese abacus.

The exhibition, through 60 photos and videos, leads visitors across the amazing landscapes of Anhui.

In 2019, over 1 million people travelled to Anhui from South Korea. The country has grown to be the Anhui's largest tourist source country.


The sun breaks through the clouds above Longchuan ancient village in Xuancheng, East China's Anhui province. [Photo provided to Chinaculture.org]


The rocky peaks of Huangshan Mountain break through fog in East China's Anhui province. [Photo provided to Chinaculture.org]