Jiujiang, the historic "brow and eyes" of China, is known as the "confluence of three rivers and thoroughfare of seven provinces". Here, the ancient Yangtze River murmurs verses of history. The famed Lu Mountains have long enchanted generations of eminent poets and scholars. Fantastical grottos like Longgong Cave and Lion Cave inspire awe with their whimsical formations. Immersing in this timeless landscape feels like a heavenly sojourn from ordinary existence.

Strolling through iconic towers and pavilions like Xunyang Tower, Lock River Tower, Nengren Temple, Pipa Pavilion and Smoke Water Pavilion evokes nostalgic sentiments. Nestled amidst mountains and rivers, Jiujiang emanates refined elegance.

Cruise the Yangtze's vast waters, roam well-preserved ancient streets, and soak up spectacular vistas from historic sites. Each experience unveils new facets of this city that has been a cultural melting pot for over two millennia. Come discover Jiujiang's storied past and dynamic present.

Best Travel Time

Best in Spring and Autumn

Suggested playing days

2 days

Local climate

Subtropical monsoon climate

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