Anhui is an inland province of China, extending over the Yangtze and Huai rivers; it has a population of 59 million and is best known for its craftworks, magnificent peaks, ancient villages and sacred mountains.
One of Anhui's main attractions consists of the Huangshan Mountains. Blessed with lakes, hot springs, pine trees and unique rock formations, they are ... More>thought to be some of the most beautiful mountains in China. The Huangshan's highest point is Lotus Peak at 1,873 metres tall.
The climate here is comparable to Beijing with an average temperature of 14 C – 17 C. If you prefer snow-covered landscapes it is advisable to visit during the winter months. Anhui is not an area of China that is commonly visited; due in part to its slightly unfavourable climate and densely populated areas.