Nanjing Municipal Museum

The Chaotian Palace, is located in Nanjing, China. It was built as an imperial palace in the Ming Dynasty, and today it is the Nanjing Municipal Museum. The palace covers an area of more than 70,000 square meters. The total building complex consists of three lines, with the central complex being the Wen Temple, which was built with precious materials, and the its yellow glazed tile was from Jingdezhen, Jiangxi province. Inside the palace, there are more than 100,000 cultural relics in collection.

Jiangnan Imperial Examination Hall to breathe the ancient tension of imperial examinations

As one of the biggest imperial examination halls in ancient China, it originated as a venue for county or provincial-level examinations in the Ming Dynasty (A.D.1368). Continuing to the Qing Dynasty, it was developed into the biggest national examination venue with 20644 examination rooms. By that time, 50% of all national-wide top1 scholars (in total 58 examinees) were selected after taking exams here. Nowadays, it is a museum exhibiting cultural relics and historical collections.

Boat Trip on Inner Qinhuai River

The river tells a story. With a total length of 110 kilometers, the Qinhuai River is the 'Mother River'of Nanjing. When flowing into the city, it is divided into two tributaries: one is called the 'outer Qinhuai River' circling the city-wall built in the Ming Dynasty. The other is termed as the 'inner Qinhuai River'historically reputed as 'Five-kilometer Qinhuai'. Boating on the inner Qinhuai River enables you to fully admire over forty scenic spots such as former residences of celebrities, historical remains, noted bridges, famous gardens and Qinhuai colorful lanterns.

Zhongshan Mountain National Park

Zhongshan Mountain National Park is the most famous tourist attraction in Nanjing, consisting of 3 major scenic areas- Dr. Sun Yat-sen’s Mausoleum Scenic Area, Ming Tomb Scenic Area and Linggu Scenic Area, covering more than 50 scenic spots including Dr. Sun Yat-sen’s Mausoleum, Ming Tomb, Linggu Temple, Music Stage etc.

Huiji Temple

The Ancient Huiji Temple was built in the Southern Dynasties and has a history of more than 1,600 years. There are three over 1,500-year-old ginkgo trees in the temple, which are the oldest ginkgo trees in Nanjing. Having experienced thousands of years of sunshine and rain and witnessed the changes of dynasties, the 3 old trees are still luxuriant and full of vitality nowadays.

Red Maple Hill (Hongfenggang)

Red Maple Hill (Hongfenggang) is located in the Nanjing Botanical Garden Mem. Sun Yat-Sen in the eastern suburb of Nanjing. Every autumn, over 60 kinds of Aceraceae plants make the more than 5,000m2 Hongfenggang a dream-like place, attracting many shutterbugs to come. Just click the shutter, and you will get a masterpiece even if you’re not a professional photographer. Maples in the mountain are as red as described in an ancient Chinese poem - "Frosty leaves are redder than the February flowers".