The Wuyi Mountains are a renowned mountain range in Fujian province, included in China’s top ten famous mountains. One of the most remarkable features is the Danxia landform.
Because of their cultural and natural significance, the Wuyi Mountains are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Not only does the mountain range present scenic beauty and biodiversity, it is also the cradle of Zhu Xi’s school of Neo-Confucianism.
You might also know the mountain range from its tea production. The landscapes are pleasing to the eye as well as rich in natural resources. Wuyi tea is now a well-known category of black and oolong teas. Grab a cup and enjoy these impressive views of the Wuyi Mountains!