Yiwu Attractions

Fotang Ancient Town –

Fotang Ancient Town locates on the south part of Yiwu City, Zhejiang Province, China. It takes about 10 km driving from Yiwu downtown. It is the biggest ancient town in Yiwu. There are hundreds of ancient housing and dwellings gathered in this town, thus it’s actually an ancient housing complex, famous for its outstanding architecture, carving and painting.


Yiwu International Trade City –

The Yiwu International Trade City (Futian market) is an essential and the largest trade mart in Yiwu. It presently covers a place of four mil sq meters, together with 62,000 booths inside. 100,000 manufacturers display 400,000 types of goods nearly every day time from 9 am to 5 pm (apart from the vacations of Chinese Spring Festival). These products tend to be from all over 40 industrial sectors associated with 2,000 diverse types.

Shaolin Temple –

Shaolin Temple, a world famous Buddhist temple in China, is located at the west foot of Mt. Songshan which is 13 km northwest of Dengfeng City, 66 km east from Zhengzhou, 49 kilometers west from Luoyang. It leans on Wuru Peak, surrounded by mountains and peaks, which appears well-proportioned natural barrier. The east of Mt. Songshan is the Taishi Mountain, and the west is the Shaoshi Mountain, each of them has 36 famous peaks.


Mount Everest –

Mount Everest, or Mount Qomolangma (Chinese name: 珠穆朗玛峰), meaning “Goddess” in Tibetan is the highest mountain on earth with an altitude of 8, 848.13 metres. Mt. Qomolangma known to the western world as Mt. Everest stands at the south of Tingri county in southern Tibet, at the border of the central Himalayas between China and Nepal, capped with accumulated eternal snow. Its snow peak sends out silver radiance year after year.

Forbidden City –

Forbidden City was formerly known as the Imperial Palace, which covers an area of over 720,000 m², has more than 9,000 buildings and construction area of 150,000 square meters. Forbidden City was the imperial palace of the Ming and Qing dynasties, is the existing China’s largest and most complete ancient buildings. It was first built in 1406 and finished in 1420. In its 500 years of history, there were 24 emperors living here.

Mount Huangshan

Mount Huangshan (Yellow Mountain or Mt. Huangshan) in east China’s Anhui province is one of China’s ten best-known scenic spots. It is characterized by the four wonders, namely, odd-shaped pines, grotesque rock formation, seas of clouds and crystal-clear hot springs. Yellow Mountain is celebrated for having all the features of mountain scenery.