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Wuyuan is a well known town strongly featured by Huizhou local culture and the idyllic scenery.Here is a list of top ten things to do in Wuyuan.


The ancient town of Jiangwan with a history of 1000 years is one of the main attractions. It is the hometown of China’s former president, Jiang Zemin.

2.Likeng Tourist Area

The Likeng tourist area is famous for the harmony of little bridge, flowing brook and its cottages. The village is surrounded by ranges and enjoys beautiful scenery.

3.Xiaoqi Tourist Area

The Xiaoqi tourist area is reputed as the ecological residential area. The scenery is wondeful; it is a must-see if you travel to Wuyaun.

4. Ancestral Hall of Yu Family

Ancestral Hall of Yu Family is in the Wangkou tourist area, a cultural relic unit under the state conservation. It is reputed as “the art gallery” for its great architecture, well-designed distribution, wonderful accomplishment, and distinct features.

5.Wulong Valley

You can enjoy the Wulong Valley all the year round. Whenever you visit,you will be surprised by its changing colors. Groups of waterfalls will make your travel  more exciting.


The delicious Jiangwan snow pear is considered as the "King of Pears" in southern China, and the fruit was presented to the imperial court as a tribute in feudal China.

7.Steamed Pork with Rice Flour

Though this dish is eaten all over the country, the Wuyuan version is slightly different since cured pork is the main ingredient.

8.Stewed Pouch Red Carp
This is a local specialty, prepared with the freshest-possible ingredients.

9.Black Dining Festival

On every March 3rd of the lunar calendar, She minority people celebrate their Black Dining Festival  in a special way. The whole family gathers together to cook “Wufan” (black rice) to eat and the whole course is kept as a secret from outsiders.

10.Brandishing Dragon Lantern In Lantern Festival

The head and boby of the dragon lantern are made of paper pasted over bamboo frames and painted to resemble scales, while each section of the long body is bunched by residences. it is celebrated on Feb.17.