10 lesser-known water towns

Jiangwan Town

Updated: Aug 3, 2020 Print
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The Hui-style buildings by the pond in Jiangwan Town. [Photo/sipa]

Surrounded by rivers and mountains, Jiangwan Town in East China’s Jiangxi province is known for its well-preserved Hui-style structures with a history of over one thousand years. Dubbed “the literary town of Wuyuan” because it has been home to many scholars, the town is also famous for its green tea and pears.

Today, Jiangwan Town is a national 4A-level tourist attraction and enjoys the reputation of being the No 1 village for Chinese tea culture and a national-level ecological demonstration village.

Location:Jiangwan town, Shangrao city, Wuyuan county, Jiangxi province

Admission:60 yuan ($8.55)/person

Tourists enjoy the beautiful view by the pond in Jiangwan Town. [Photo/sipa]


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