Visiting off-the-beaten-path places | Exploring the wilds of Western Hunan

Niche means pure travel, niche means less disruptive tourism business, niche means many landscapes we can enjoy alone. Take you on a journey through the vast western Hunan, to experience the mystery of untouched lands.


Changsha is one of the first national historical and cultural famous cities. It has a history of 3000 years with an unchanged city name and site. It is known as the "hometown of Qujia," the "famous city of Chu and Han," and the "Xiaoxiang, Zhu, and Si." It has historical sites such as the Mawangdui Han Tomb, the Four Goats Square Zun, the Three Kingdoms Wu Bamboo Slips, the Yuelu Academy, and the Tongguan Kiln.


Jiuzhaigou is for seeing water, Zhangjiajie is for seeing mountains. If you haven't been to Xiangxi in your lifetime, it's in vain even if you travel all around the world. Xiangxi, this hidden paradise, occupies a large part of the beauty of Hunan.

Borrow mother creek

"Jiemuxi" Scenic Area is a national-level nature reserve, known as the "Jiuzhaigou of Hunan". Located in western Hunan, "Jiemuxi" features unique landscapes and cultural legends, offering a comprehensive range of natural outdoor activities such as hiking, stream tracing, cave exploration, rock climbing, rappelling, and river drifting.

Lotus Town

There is a narrow five-mile long street in the town, lined with ancient suspended houses on both sides. Walking on the bluestone slab, in the blink of an eye, you are in the world of the movie "Lotus Town".

Sit Long Gorge

Zuolongxia Scenic Area is located in Hongshilin Town, Guzhang County, separated from "Furong Town" - Wangcun by a river. It has been formed by the wind and water erosion of nature for 3 million years, hiding among the 100,000 mountains in western Hunan. The Zuolongxia Scenic Area is about 3,500 meters long, with a maximum drop of over 300 meters. It is less than one zhang wide at its widest point and only allows one person to pass at its narrowest point. The cliffs in the valley are stacked vertically, with waterfalls hanging, trees growing diagonally on the cliffs, and diverse grasses covering the slopes.

Border Town Tea Mountain

The original name of the town was Chadong Town, and it was renamed Border Town in July 2005, named after the novel "Border Town" written by Shen Congwen. Border Town has various tourist attractions, such as Cuicui Island, Hundred Family Calligraphy Garden, Miao-style hanging corner tower by the Qingjiang River, numerous shops and a cobblestone street in the ancient town, well-preserved ancient city walls, the memorial tablets of the Taiping Army's General Shi Dakai during their march to the southwest, the command post of the Liu-Deng Army, Ba Pai Waterfall, and Xianren Cave, all of which attract visitors from home and abroad.