|Welcome to Zhenjiang, Jiangsu
- Where the Yangtze River intersects the Grand Canal
- Where the “Wu” culture combines with the “Chu” culture
- Where the water villages of the Southern Yangtze River start
- Where the Shanghai Economic Region overlaps the Nanjing Metropolitan Area
- Where you must visit…
This is Zhenjiang, a dynamic and beautiful city, shaped by over 3,000 years of myths, legends and profound history. Zhenjiang is a famous historical and cultural city, that is a top tourist destination in the Yangtze River delta region. Zhenjiang is known for offering a combination of “urban forests” and “grand river scenery” due to the surrounding mountains dotted with marvelous temples and pagodas, mighty rivers and bridges, and natural beauty. Zhenjiang has a very rich culture and history due to its strategic location. It has been associated with many great names throughout history including the Nobel prize-winning American author Pearl S. Buck, Shen Kuo, Wang Anshi, and Liu Xie.
Zhenjiang is also a great place for you to “taste Jiangsu.” It’s known throughout China and the world for its famous vinegar, and as the true home of “sweet and sour.” Zhenjiang has a rich and diverse cuisine, and you will enjoy every delicious bite in the place where the British established a consulate.