is not really a top tourist destination. Most people visit on
business, for conferences or as a stopover on their way to Macau.
Still there are a few sights worth
mentioning: The New
Yuan Ming Palace, opened in 1997, was built after the imperial
palace of Yuan
Ming Yuan in Beijing
which was burnt down by the British and French forces during the
Second Opium War.
The Four Buddhism Tourist Area is an area
contains miniatures of the Four Sacred Buddhist Mountains (Emeishan, Putuoshan,
The Jiuzhou Cheng Shopping
another reproduction of old Chinese architecture