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.
IV. Qinhu River National Wetland Park
Qinhu River National Wetland Park. [Photo/WeChat ID: tztour]
Taizhou boasts abundant wetland resources, and the Qinhu River National Wetland Park is one of the city's most renowned wetland areas.
The Qinhu River, with its expansive waters and exceptional purity, has fostered a distinctive wetland ecosystem. The park offers a wide range of amenities for leisure and tourism.
The interconnected river network and the lush cattail grass create a haven for diverse flora and fauna, including moose, cranes, waterfowls, and crocodiles.
Visitors who go on boat rides on the Qinhu River might even get to see herds of elk roaming the area.
The river crab found here is a renowned local specialty that gourmands should not miss.