The Wudang Mountains
Let your breath be taken away by the majestic peaks of the Wudang Mountains, as the excursion unveils the spectacular landforms of this scenic landmark in China. Located at the northwest of the Hubei Province, the mountain range runs east-west along the southern edge of the Han River, while clasping to its natural beauty. This breathtaking site is highly acclaimed for its association to the birth of Taichi and Daoism, thus making it to the top of every traveller’s list of destination.
The Wudang Mountains house an ancient architectural complex that is untouched by modernism to portray its local culture and ancient wisdom. From the Five Dragon Temple to the notable Nanyang Palace, there are a lot to see and learn given the rich and colourful history and chronicles that this beautiful place could offer. It is acknowledged as a UNESCO world heritage site that offers more than just the aesthetics of a natural relic, and it is also a geography that is worthy the attention of all Feng Shui practitioners.
Boasting its impressive pinnacle as one of China’s must-see mountains, Mount Yandang is the highest peak of the Yandang mountain range that is greatly admired for its picturesque sceneries. This breathtaking landmark is situated at the southeast of the Zhejiang province of China, housing a number of alluring destinations such as the town of Yandang Zhen and the Yandangshan National Forest Park.
See for yourself how this majestic caldera is in perfect harmony with the lush forests, caves and waterfall that will keep you in amazement. Formed more than 120 million years ago, the mountain tells its very own stories with its figurative beauty of magnificence, wonder and mystery. Be ready to experience the forces of nature like never before as the excursion explores the intricacies of the Mount Yandang from the perspective of Feng Shui.
Be amazed with the integration of natural and historical civilisations at the Guan Yin Cave, which is located at the Spirit Peak of the Yandang Mountain. Housing a nine-story pagoda, this was where the eminent monks of the Tang Dynasty called home. Significant attractions at this awesome temple include the Guan Yin (the Goddess of Mercy) sculpture made of the gigantic stalactite in the cave and the beautiful architecture that retells the lore of the land.
Feel the serenity of this beautiful place, accompanied by the sound of bells ringing and drums beating, which accentuates its profoundly spiritual ambience. From the natural water springs to the cave opening known as the ‘String of the Sky’, it is a destination of enlightenment and peace.