Jigong Mountain was one of the first eight scenic spots to open to the public and is among the four most popular summer resorts in China.
The site of the Ancient Capital of Zheng and Han States (the Zheng-Han Ancient City) is located at the junction of the river Shuangji and the river Huangshui in Xinzheng city, Henan province.
Established in 1958 and covering an area of more than 20,000 square meters, the Anyang Museum in Central China’s Henan province is a comprehensive history museum.
Covering an area of 30,000 square meters, the Pingdingshan Museum is the largest public cultural facility with the most investment in Henan province.
Located in the hometown of inscriptions on oracle bones, the National Museum of Chinese Writing is a national first-class museum, a popularization center of Chinese characters, writing systems and culture, and a national base for science and patriotism education.
Millennium City Park in Kaifeng, Henan province is a large-scale historical cultural park featuring Song culture, built according to the famous painting Riverside Scene at Qingming Festival.
Sitting in Lushan county, Pingdingshan in Central China's Henan province, Yaoshan Mountain was named by ancient inhabitants after the Memorial Temple of Emperor Yao.
Yinxu Museum, or the Ruins of Yin, is one of China's oldest archaeological sites.
Longtan Grand Valley Scenic Zone, located in Central China's Henan province, contains complicated and distinctive landforms.