Taizhou, situated in East China's Jiangsu province and at the confluence of the Yangtze River, Huaihe River, and the Yellow Sea, has always been known to be a place that features a surreal blend of modern sensibilities and ancient river culture.
I. Fengcheng River
Fengcheng River. [Photo/WeChat ID: tztour]
The Fengcheng River, stretching over 11.12 kilometers, is located at the heart of an ancient city that dates back to the Song Dynasty (960-1279). Surrounding it are significant historical and cultural landmarks as well as classical gardens, including Taoyuan Park, Wanghai Pavilion.
Here, you can let your hair down on a night boat ride and admire the stars, as well as enjoy fine tea while listening to the melodious sounds of Chinese opera in the background.