Manghe River scenic area in southeast Shanxi province is famous for its rich flora and animal species as well as a 10-km-long calcified canyon which is the only one of its kind in East China.
Built in the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), Rishengchang Exchange Shop in central Shanxi province is the first and largest draft bank which dealt with remittances in China.
Jueshan Mountain with two peaks in southeast Shanxi province boasts many Confucius memorials, Buddhist and Taoist temples and has been a famous scenic spot for appreciating the moon since ancient times.
The Eighth Route Army Taihang Memorial Hall in southeast Shanxi province boasts 8,000 cultural relics related to the Eighth Route Army during the War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression (1931-45).
Li Family Courtyard built during the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) in southwest Shanxi province is famous among the grand courtyards of Shanxi merchants for its collection of Chinese, Japanese and European styles.
Hongtong Dahuaishu Ancestor Memorial Garden in Hongtong county, southern Shanxi province is a holy place for overseas Chinese, where they return from afar to pay homage and show their respects to their ancestors each year.