Shuzheng Valley

Jiuzhiagou Exploration Travel Shuzheng Valley - Lakes

Shuzheng Valley – Approachable Fairyland in Western Sichuan

Welcome to the natural wonderland in northern Sichuan! During your journey in Jiuzhaigou, we’ve selected several popular attractions for you. Shuzheng Valley is the first must-see attraction there. Come and pick up some useful travel information!

Shuzheng Valley – Approachable Fairyland in Western Sichuan

As the front door of the Jiuzhaigou scenic area, Shuzheng valley is the most famous attraction in Jiuzhaigou. It is 13.8 kilometers in length with a total of more than 40 lakes. Basically, it’s like more than 40 crystal mirrors, stretching along the God-given place. Generally, the main attractions in Shuzheng include bonsai beach, reed sea, sparks sea, Shuzheng waterfall, etc. Thus, we hope you can enjoy the natural beauty as well as the fresh air.

Historically, this area belongs to Tibet. Most importantly, Jiuzhaigou is a picturesque fairyland, featuring charming natural scenery of colorful lakes, spectacular waterfalls, and snow-capped peaks. As you can see from the pictures, you may find it unbelievable. However, you’ll not believe the fairyland beauty of the area until you’ve been there and seen it for yourself. Thus, you can totally soak up in the harmony of nature and human.

Just so you know, the park takes its role in conservation and sustainability extremely seriously and has sister-park relationships with the Plitvice Lakes National Park in Croatia, Cradle Mountain in Tasmania, and the Yosemite, Yellowstone and Olympic National Parks in the USA.

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