Fushun is a charming Chinese city with rich history and culture, unique human landscapes, and picturesque natural scenery. As the birthplace of the Qing dynasty, Fushun laid the foundation for the dynasty's prosperous Kangxi and Qianlong reigns. The UNESCO World Heritage Site and first of the Qing Imperial Tombs - Yongling Mausoleum, still stands under the auspicious Mount Qiyun in the ancient capital Xingjing.

Fushun exudes thick Manchu ethnic customs, with alluring Salhu scenic area, tranquil Sankaishi scenic area, Monkey Rock scenic area with oddly shaped rocks, and other national forest parks. Liaoning Rocky Ridge, secluded streams and valleys transport busy urbanites into a peaceful refuge, reconnecting with nature and restoring serenity.

Visitors can hike forested mountains, admire imperial architectures, sample Manchu cuisine, and experience ethnic folk arts here. Fushun's natural and cultural wonders make it an alluring getaway.

Best Travel Time

Suitable for all seasons

Suggested playing days

2 days

Local climate

Temperate continental monsoon climate

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