#1. Yalong Bay
The tranquil Yalong Bay lies by a mountain to the north whose gentle slopes are covered with lush vegetation. Verdant and yellow leafy plants all grow humbly, keeping their heads down in submission
to the frequent and ferocious visits of typhoons. At the foot of the mountain is a wide expanse of flat
land, also green and lush, thanks to the ideal climate.
Yehliu is a cape in north Taiwan, projecting some 1,700 meters into the sea. When overlooked from
above, the place is like a giant turtle submerging into the sea. Thus, it is called “Yehliu Turtle”. Yehliu
means Wild Willow and the place has always had something wild about it.
known as ”the end of the earth”, sits at the easternmost point of the Shandong Peninsula. It is also called ”China’s Cape of Good Hope”.Extruding into the sea, the cliffs have been cut steep by mighty waves and storms down the ages.
In 1986, the mangrove forest at Dongzhaigang at Qiongshan on Hainan Island was listed as a nature reserve under state protection. In 1992, it became China’s first place on the world list of major wetlands.
#5. Changli Golden Beach
The Changli Golden Beach lies in northeast Hebei Province. It was formed 2,000-3,000 years ago
by sand brought by the Liugu River that empties into the Bohai Sea in neighboring Liaoning Province. Originating in the Yanshan Mountains that extend from northeast Beijing eastward to the Bohai Gulf,
the river deposits huge quantities of silt into the sea, which drifts southwest with the current, driven
by the strong northeasterly winds and piles up along the west coast of the gulf.
#6. Victoria Bay
The Victoria Bay is 1.3 kilometers wide, 10 kilometers long east-west, and has a water area of 59 square kilometers. Thanks to its advantageous location and conditions and massive development since the id-19th century, it has now become a famous international center for finance, transportation and shopping.
#7. Chongwu beach
The beach is on the southern Chongwu Peninsula, 24 kilometers southeast of
Hui’an County. Standing at the highest part of the nearby ancient Chongwu City, you can get a view of the crescent bay and bathing beach, embraced by mountains on three sides. Hui’an women, wearing their
yellow bamboo hats, bright-colored scarves, silver waist belts, short jackets and fat trousers, are another beautiful scene at Chongwu.
#8. Dapeng Peninsula
The Dapeng Peninsula lies in east Shenzhen, and has a coastline of 133.2 kilometers. The granite hills
on the peninsula are precipitous, with grotesque rocks and peaks. Along the tortuous coast are a dozen
beaches, such as Xiasha, Xichong, Dongchong and Judiaosha. The sands are fine and the water is deep,
ideal for surfing and sailing. This is the only virgin place yet to be developed in this bustling economic