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New Gay Travel Guide: Gay Travel to Hunan China Zhangjiajie National Park
Gay Travel to Hunan China Zhangjiajie National Park
The first of China's National Parks is unknown to many of
those travelling through China. Located in the Hunan Province of
mid-southern China, Zhangjiajie National Park has clusters of karsts
poking out over the landscape as if they were flowers sprouting up from
One trip up the mountain, and you understand how the artists
of the movie Avatar used the vistas as inspiration for the fictional
world of Pandora. At nearby Tianmen (Heaven's Gate) Mountain, a 30
minute Gondola ride 7.5 kms long and 1279 meters high takes you to the
top of a misty mountain, where a man-made trail precariously juts out
from the sides of the plateau. Kind of scary looking!