#1. Zhijin Cave
The cave is situated in the Bijie Prefecture of Guizhou Province, between the Liuchong and Sancha Rivers, both of them sources of the Wujiang River. The Zhijin Cave is dry cave that lost its subterranean river long, long ago. About 1.2 million years ago, the Zhijin Cave collapsed because of corrosion, erosion, scouring, seepage, and changes of flow volumes, eventually forming huge chambers.
#2. Furong Cave
Furong Cave Near Jiangkou Town in Wulong County in Chongqing, Halfway up the mountain, on the left bank of the Furong (Lotus) River, a branch of the Wujiang River there is a place called ”PanjiaYan”. This ”Vapor Cave” gives off steam in winter and cool air in summer.
#3. Huanglong (Yellow Dragon) Cave
The Huanglong (Yellow Dragon) Cave has many chambers and subterranean streams. The most fantastic of which are the Stone Fields Chamber and the Stalagmite Chamber. The stalagmite known as ”Sacred Needle for Stabilizing the Sea” is unique in China. It is insured for a huge sum and is indeed a miracle of Zhangjiajie’s subterranean world.
#4. Tenglong (Flying Dragon) Cave
The Tenglong (Flying Dragon) Cave is located on the upper reaches of the Qingjiang River, on the outskirts of Lichuan City in Hubei Province. It first brings people a strong acoustic thrill. At the entrance of the Tenglong Cave, the 400 kilometers winding Qingjiang River suddenly drops, thus forming a waterfall some 50 meters wide and 30 meters high.
#5. Xueyu (Snow Jade) Cave
The Xueyu (Snow Jade) Cave speleothems are predominantly ”white as snow, delicate as jade”. The Union of Speleology of the Geological Society of China established China’s first cave observation station here.
#6. Benxi Water Cave
The Water Cave is lying by the bank of Taizi River in Benxi City. It is famed for its water scenery and has the longest boat passage of any show cave in China. The cave passage is wide, with fantastic views on both sides. With many twists and turns, it is named the ”Nine-curve Silver River”.