Situated in one of the largest battlefield locales from China's War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression (1937-45), the Eighth Route Army Taihang Memorial Hall boasts a collection of 8,000 cultural relics, primarily those related to the Eighth Route Army.
Li Family Courtyard, 38 kilometers north of the city of Yuncheng, Shanxi province, is famous among the grand courtyards of Shanxi merchants for its collection of Chinese, Japanese and European styles.
Shuanglin Temple as a part of the renowned World Heritage Site – the Ancient City of Pingyao, has a history dating backing more than 1,400 years, and is famous for its colored clay sculptures.
Located in Lingshi county in central Shanxi province, Wang Grand Courtyard built by the Wang family in the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) is the largest folk residence cluster in China, showcasing the quintessence of Chinese architectural art.
Spanning 150 kilometers, Hengshan Mountain in Hunyuan county is the northern mountain of the Five Sacred Mountains of China and famous for steep ridges, splendid peaks, exotic-shaped temples and gushing fountains.
Built in the Tang Dynasty (618-907), Pujiu Temple in southwest Shanxi province is a Buddhist temple related to an ancient romance play entitled Romance of the West Chamber by Wang Shifu, a playwright of the Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368).
Spring Festival is on the way and a week-long holiday is coming up. If you are interested in enjoying traditional Chinese culture, come to the Ancient City of Pingyao.
Located on the west bank of Fenhe River, Shanxi Museum occupies an area of 168 mu (11.2 hectares), and is one of the most modern and comprehensive museums in China.
Jinci Temple in Taiyuan, central Shanxi province is a historic cultural site offering fine examples of ancient Chinese architecture, sculpture, frescoes and inscriptions.