This summer China was lighted up by the fever the movie Monkey King: Hero Is Back brought. The Monkey King: Hero Is Back is a Chinese animation film released in early July and it was a huge success. The movie is specialized in plot with the classic Chinese hero Monkey King from Chinese classic novel Journey to the West. With its interesting story, high technology, and gorgeous art designs, Monkey King surpassed the Kungfu Panda 2 in Chinese box office records.
For audience have watched the film will not only enchanted by the story, but also the beautiful scenes. The movie took film scenes in Zhangjiajie, Guilin, and Hanging Temple, among which Zhangjiajie and Guilin are two famous tourists destination in China and Hanging Temple is a hot tourist attraction.
Guilin is a world-famous tourist destination. With its fantastic landscapes of mountains, waters, caves, and stones, Guilin enjoys the praise of “the best landscapes under heaven”. For tourists wanting spectacular natural scenery, fresh and relaxed landscapes, Guilin is a great place to explore. There are Li River, Elephant Trunk Hill, Reed Flute Cave, Yangshuo, Longji Rice Terraces and many other gorgeous sites to see in Guilin.
Zhangjiajie is located in west of Hunan Province. Featured with grotesque mountains and peaks, dense forests, peculiar karst caves, stunning lakes and waterfalls, Zhangjiajie is an ideal place to appreciate the wonder of nature. There are many famous tourist attractions in Zhangjiajie. The most famous one is Wulingyuan Scenic Area, which includes Zhangjiajie National Forest Park. Also Tianmen Mountain, Tianzi Mountain, and Baofeng Lake are the must-sees in Zhangjiajie.
The Hanging Temple is one of the famous tourist attractions in Datong, Shanxin Province in China. The Hanging Temple is considered as an architecture wonder as it is built to be hung somewhere instead of on the ground. The temple was constructed according to the natural layout of the cliff and is supported by crossbeams which are fitted into the cliff. With a complex of three religious halls and 40 rooms, this temple is linked by mid-walkways from the left to the right. Also there are clay sculptures, stone carvings, copper and iron statues characterized by Taoism, Buddhism and Confucius.