The Changbai Mountain, located on the border of China and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, has long been a popular tourism destination in Northeast China's Jilin province. It's famed for the well-preserved ecosystem, mountainous landscape and rich ice and snow resources.
Tourism in the Changbai Mountain has experienced a robust resurgence this year. Statistics show that the scenic area has received more than 2.1 million tourists as of Sept 18 in 2023, up 7.22 percent from the record high in history. Though the two-month-long summer vacation, which usually sees travel rush across China, came to an end, the mountain area has managed to sustain its allure, drawing over 10,000 visitors every day.