Huangshan Tourism

  • City Name :
    Huangshan (Chinese: 黄山, Pinyin:huangshan)
  • Population :
    Municipality 392,289
  • Location :
    located at 29°42′N 118°18′E / 29.7°N 118.3°E / 29.7; 118.3
  • Overview:
    Huangshan City, got its name owing to the world-famous Mount Huangshan (Yellow Mountain).

Huangshan is a prefecture-level city centered around the Huangshan Mountains in southern Anhui province, China. Its urban area was originally the city of Tunxi; this now constitutes Tunxi District.


Huangshan is the southernmost prefecture-level city in the province and borders Chizhou to the northwest, Xuancheng to the northeast, and the provinces of Jiangxi and Zhejiang to the southwest and southeast, respectively. Huangshan, one of the most famous mountain peak in China, is a frequent place for tourist visits. In 1990, Huangshan was listed as a World Heritage Site.


Huangshan city corresponds largely to the historical region of Huizhou; indeed Huangshan city was known as Huizhou Prefecture before 1987. The name change was made to reflect the cultural and touristic preeminence of the Huangshan Mountains.


Huangshan City, got its name owing to the world-famous Mount Huangshan (Yellow Mountain). In large areas or Mount Huangshan and nearby counties, there are beautiful natural sceneries, humanity sceneries, rare and advantageous natural resources.



Hongcun Village
Hongcun Village boasts a history of 800 years. Its most distinct feature is its ingenious water supply system.
Mount Huangshan
“After a trip to Huangshan, China's Five Sacred mountains pale in comparison …” so goes the old Chinese saying.
Mount Jiuhua
Mount Jiuhua is located in the Qingyang County of the Anhui Province and covers more than 100 square kilometers in area.