Among the World Heritage sites in China, the South China Karst stands out as a spectacular example of humid tropical to subtropical karst landscapes.
By submerging rock candy in water, scientists were able to determine how limestone ‘stone forests’ were formed underwater millions of years ago., which involved erosion and a specific flow of water.
If you only have time for one day trip in Chongqing, China, definitely go to Wulong (武隆) to see the spectacular karst formations.
Read more from source: Chongqing day trip: Wulong karst (3 natural bridges)
A sea of azaleas makes Jinfo Mountain an ideal place for spring and summer outings in Chongqing.
The South China Karst, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since June 2007,spans the provinces of Guangxi, Guizhou, and Yunnan.
Steve McKenna finds his patience rewarded in rainy southern China.
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