Jilin Province, located in the central northeastern region of China, is named after Jilin City within its borders. Bordering Russia and North Korea to the southeast, Jilin shares boundaries with Heilongjiang, Inner Mongolia, and Liaoning to the north, west, and south.
The capital and largest city Changchun serves as the political, economic, educational, cultural, and transportation hub of the province. Home to the auto, film, cultural, forestry, and sculpture industries, Changchun is one of China’s megacities.
As a multi-ethnic border province, Jilin is inhabited by the Han majority along with 48 ethnic minorities, the largest being Korean. Jilin boasts abundant, superior, and unique tourism resources. Natural attractions include magnificent Changbai Mountain, while cultural sites include the Puppet Emperor's Palace Museum, Goguryeo sites, Songhua Lake, and Momoge National Nature Reserve.
With stunning natural scenery and rich cultural heritage, Jilin promises an unforgettable travel experience.