China | Zhangjiajie

Yellow Dragon Cave Zhangjiajie

China Discovery Tour

Zhangjiajie | China

07 Jan 2020 | Tue

Day 11 of 18

  • Yellow Dragon Cave Zhangjiajie
  • Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon Glass Bridge

Yellow Dragon Cave Zhangjiajie

A visit to the Yellow Dragon Cave in Zhangjiajie is a must for any traveler to China. The cave is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the country and is known for its stunning stalactites and stalagmites.

The cave is located in the Wulingyuan Scenic Area, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The area is also home to several other popular tourist attractions, such as the Huangshi Village and Tianmen Mountain.

Entrance to Yellow Dragon Cave Zhangjiajie

A tour of the Yellow Dragon Cave typically lasts about an hour. During the tour, visitors will get to see some of the cave’s most famous features, such as the Dragon’s Head and the Fairy Bridge.

Huanglong Cave (lit. ‘Yellow Dragon Cave‘) is a karst cave located in Wulingyuan District, Zhangjiajie City, Hunan, People’s Republic of China and a national 4A rated scenic area. As of 2010, the cave has over a million visitors per year.

In addition to the cave itself the Huanglong Cave scenic area includes Huanglong Cave Ecology Square, completed in 2009 by restoring the landscape of the area adjacent to the cave entrance. In 2010, the Zhangjiajie government ordered the construction of the “Hallelujah Concert Hall” as the centerpiece to the Ecology Square, not far from the cave entrance. The hall has a grass-planted roof and cost 160 million Chinese yuan.

– Wikipedia Huanglong Cave (Yellow Dragon Cave)

Yellow Dragon Cave Zhangjiajie

The Yellow Dragon Cave is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Zhangjiajie, China. The cave is over 270 million years old and is known for its beautiful yellow calcite formations. The cave is also home to a variety of animals, including bats, snakes, and spiders. Visitors can explore the cave by foot or take a boat ride through the caverns.

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