Baiyun National Forest Park
Baiyun Mountain, or White Clouds Mountain, as its name suggests, is a perfect place to appreciate the clouds. [Photo/lsnews.com.cn]
Located in the north of Liandu district, Lishui, East China's Zhejiang province, Baiyun National Forest Park is widely considered to be a natural oxygen bar where people can enjoy some fresh air and a getaway into calming nature, while escaping from the hustle and bustle of urban areas.
Baiyun literally means "white clouds" in Chinese. The park got its name for the cloudy landscapes on the mountain top.
The park covers an area of over 2,580 hectares and the forest coverage rate exceeds 98 percent. With mountain tops hidden in the clouds, brooks murmuring, and falls roaring, Baiyun National Forest Park is a place where visitors can embrace nature.
In addition to the attractive natural scenery, there is an ancient temple in the forest, as well as a sika deer park on the hillside.
Opening hours: 8 am – 5pm
Transportation: Taking a bus (Line 1, K1, Y1), riding an electric bike, and hiking are the most recommended ways to tour the forest park.