Zhangjiajie Must-Visit Checklist TOP 8

Marvel at Zhangjiajie's breathtaking mountain peaks, natural caves, and captivating performances set against a backdrop of picturesque landscapes. Come and experience the charm of nature and culture in Zhangjiajie!

Yellow Dragon Cave

Famous for its vast caverns, deep underground rivers, and dense stalagmites. Huanglong Cave is famous for its vast caverns, deep underground rivers, and dense stalagmites. The cave is filled with numerous stalactites, stalagmites, and other various types of formations, which are illuminated by colorful lights. The iconic attraction is the "Sea Goddess Needle", a stalagmite column reaching a height of 20 meters with a diameter of only 10 centimeters at its narrowest point.

Tianmen Mountain National Forest Park

Take a cable car ride for a stunning view of the scenery below at Tianmen Mountain National Forest Park. Named after the natural wonder "Tianmen Cave," the park requires a approximately 7500-meter-long cable car ride to tour. From the cable car, you can overlook the winding sky road and the beautiful mountain scenery between the cliffs. For the daring, there is also a glass skywalk attached to the cliff where you can experience the thrill of walking in mid-air.
Admire the magnificent scenery of Zhangjiajie through the glass: the gathering of divine soldiers. The Bailong Elevator connects major attractions such as Golden Whip Stream, Yuanjiajie, and Tianzi Mountain in Zhangjiajie National Forest Park. It takes about 2 hours to hike from the Grand Canyon near the Golden Whip Stream to Yuanjiajie, while it only takes 2 minutes to reach it by taking the elevator at "Water Surrounding Four Gates."
The glass bridge in Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon is the world's first inclined cable-stayed glass bridge, which is completely paved with transparent glass without any reinforced concrete piers. It has set multiple world records and is also used for activities such as bungee jumping, ziplining, and performances.

Tujia Ethnic Garden

Experience the rustic style and wonderful ethnic customs of the Tujia people. The Tujia Folk Garden is built based on the local Xiangxi Tusi Castle, where you can appreciate the rustic style and fascinating ethnic customs of the Tujia people. Here, you can find the largest and tallest wooden stilted building in the country, and even have the opportunity to watch the ancient Tujia dance called "Maogu."
The movie "Avatar" was filmed in the picturesque scenery of Zhangjiajie, with clouds and mist swirling between the peaks and valleys. Yuanjiajie is the shooting location for the "Hallelujah Mountain" in the movie "Avatar", where you can explore the magical world of floating mountains and scattered stars. If it happens to rain in the mountains, or if you wait for the rain to clear, you can enjoy the beautiful scenery of mist-filled peaks. Mihun Platform is an ideal viewing spot, where you can stand on the platform surrounded by hundreds of stone peaks, creating a majestic atmosphere. You can also see the world's first bridge spanning between two mountains, with a vertical drop of 357 meters.

Zhangjiajie Qian Gu Qing Scenic Area

Experience the beauty of ancient and modern in the landscape stage. Zhangjiajie Qiangu Scenic Area combines the natural beauty of Zhangjiajie Wulingyuan with the local culture of Zhangjiajie. With a dreamlike stage effect, it interprets the past and present of Zhangjiajie in a three-dimensional space of water, land, and air, leading visitors into a cultural festival and experiencing a spiritual baptism.