Jingmen, located in central Hubei Province on the northwest Jianghan Plain, overlooks Wuhan to the east, the Three Gorges to the west, Xiao and Xiang rivers to the south, and connects to Chuan and Shaanxi provinces in the north. Nicknamed the "Gateway to Jingchu", Jingmen enjoys convenient transportation through its "nine routes connecting Chu and Qin states".

As one of the earliest birthplaces of Chu culture, Jingmen boasts enchanting scenery and abundant natural and cultural attractions. Sites include the UNESCO World Heritage Ming Xiaoling Mausoleum - the largest single imperial tomb in China, Chu-Han Ancient Tombs, Qujialing Cultural Site, magnificent Jingshan Kongshan Cave, Zhongxiang Huangxian Cave, scenic Dahongshan and vast Dakou National Forest Park.

Let Jingmen's mythic past, verdant peaks, and subterranean wonders astound you during your travels.

Best Travel Time

Suitable for spring and autumn

Suggested playing days

2 days

Local climate

Subtropical monsoon climate

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