Bustling city or silent towns? Refreshing coast or dense forest? Historical attractions or modern scenery? In Guangdong, the choice is yours – and nowhere else will you find so much to choose from. With 21 prefecture-level cities, dozens of national scenic areas and hundreds of towns and cities, Guangdong’s landscape is as diverse as it is beautiful. Covering an area of 292 square kilometers, Danxia Mountain is situated in an intermountain basin in the south of the Nanling Mountain range. Guangdong Grand Canyon lies in Dabu Town, 68 kilometers southwest of Yao Autonomous County of Ruyuan. Nanling National Forest Park, with a total area of 275 square meters, is located at the border of Guangdong Province and Hunan Province. Ancient Buddha Cave is famous for its spectacular world of stone pillars...Typical of a unique subtropical rainforest, the Sanling Mountain Forest Park has no lack of lush vegetation, singing birds, fragrant flowers, rolling hills, and deep valleys! Lingguang Temple was first built in A.D. 861 in the Tang Dynasty.