Suizhou, hometown of the legendary Flame Emperor Yan Di, is located in northern Hubei Province. Situated at the strategic intersection of Jing and Yu states, it guards the "throat of Han and Xiang", making it an important northern gateway city in Hubei and a renowned national historical and cultural city.

As one of the earliest settlements of the Chinese nation, Suizhou is the ancestral home of Yan Di and Shennong. Here, the 5,000-year Hua Xia agricultural civilization began. As the hometown of the ancient Bianzhong bells, the 2,400-year-old Bianzhong bells unearthed in Suizhou rewrote world music history.

Suizhou enjoys a warm temperate monsoon climate with four distinct seasons. Influenced by solar radiation and seasonal monsoons, it has ample sunshine, rainfall, and frost-free days alongside relatively brief periods of extreme cold and heat.

Explore over 5,000 years of history in Suizhou, cradle of Chinese civilization and agriculture.

Best Travel Time

May to October

Suggested playing days

1 day

Local climate

Subtropical monsoon climate

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