About Jingzhou Travel

Introduction:Jingzhou lays in the south of the centre of Hubei Province and the middle reaches of the Yangtze River, and is an ancient cultural city with a long history of more than two thousand year..

Districts: Wuhan Enshi Jingmen Jingzhou Wuxuan Xiangfan Yichang Shiyan Shennongjia XianNing Chibi Daye Ezhou Huanggang Huangshi Shashi Suizhou Tianmen Xiantao Xianlin

Attractions: Da Hong Mountain Scenic Area Guchaoyin Scenic Spot Mausoleum of Ming Emperor(Mingxian Ling) Sixi scenic area Dongpo Meat Mt. Qizimei Gaolan Scenic Area South River Scenic Area Yichang Chexi Scenic Area Enshi Tusi City

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Jingzhou Introduction

Jingzhou lays in the south of the centre of Hubei Province and the middle reaches of the Yangtze River, and is an ancient cultural city with a long history of more than two thousand years. It was originally o­ne of the birth places of the culture of Chu State in the Spring and Autumn Period (770 BC-476 BC) and Warring State Period (476 BC-220 BC), which left extremely valuable cultural relics from their 400 plus years' reign equally comparable with the ancient Greek and Roman culture. In the Three Kingdom Period (220-589), the city was the focus of many disputes and wars. Since the Eastern Jin Dynasty (317-420), the city had been established as the capital by 11 emperors in all, making it the political centre in China for more than 100 years. As Jingzhou City represents so much importance in Chinese history the city has been acknowledged by the State Department in China to be o­ne of the best of 24 famous historical and cultural ancient cities. Its cultural relics and advantageous location has drawn the attention of many tourists' from both home and abroad.

Jingzhou Traffic

During the Tang Dynasty (618-907) Jingzhou was China’s transportation hub, and its convenient access to various parts of the country gave it a uniquely strategic position. Today Jingzhou is crossed by national highways No. 318 and 207, and the Shanghai-Chongqing and Taiyuan-Macao expressways. The Jingzhou Yangtze River Bridge, completed in 2002, connects north-south transportation. The Jingzhou Harbor, a national category II port of entry, is o­ne of the ten modern harbors along the Yangtze River Economic Belt. It has an annual cargo handling capacity of 4 million tons, and is capable of accommodating 5,000-ton ships. Its container wharf handles more than 10,000 standard containers a year, making Jingzhou the third largest container port along the upper and middle reaches of the Yangtze River, next o­nly to Wuhan and Chongqing. Jingzhou’s national grade-II Shashi Airport accommodates Boeing 737s and now runs 15 routes to Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Xiamen, and a few other places. The Jingzhou Railway links up to the Jiaozhi Railway and has access to all parts of the country. Jingzhou today provides a wide choice of transportation in addition to the waterways for which it was famous in the past.

Taxi: the basic charge is 2.5RMB

Jingzhou Festivals

A major power during the Spring and Autumn and Warring States periods, the State of Chu left a rich cultural legacy. o­ne of its great poets, Qu Yuan, is celebrated as the first Chinese poet, and his Chu Ci (Chu Poems) established a literary form espoused by men of letters in the dynasties that followed. The traditional Double Fifth (or Dragon Boat) Festival, when Chinese people eat zongzi (cone-shaped steamed glutinous rice wrapped in bamboo or reed leaves) and hold dragon-boat races is dedicated to the memory of Qu Yuan.
The Three Kingdoms (220-280) was another period in Chinese history when Jingzhou was prominent. It was the setting of many of the scenarios in the classic novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms, for example “Liu Bei Borrows Jingzhou,” and “Guan Yu Loses Jingzhou through Negligence.” Eighty-two of the novel’s 120 chapters have strategically significant Jingzhou as background. During the Three Kingdoms Period, when Cao Cao, Liu Bei and Sun Quan controlled respectively the northern, southwestern and southeastern parts of China, Jingzhou was right at the juncture of the three contending domains.

Jingzhou Service Telephones

Jingzhou tourism monitoring, complaint telephone (fax):0716-8192612
Jingzhou City Tourism Bureau Website: http://www.jztour.gov.cn
Hubei Provincial Tourism complaints Tel: 027-87124701
National Tourism complaints Tel:010-65275315

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