Top 6 Best Springs to Visit in China

Post Date: May 10th, 2011

1.Baotu Spring
The Baotu Spring is crowned as the "First Spring of the World", ranking the first of the 72 Famous Springs in Jinan. It is the first spring recorded in ancient literature work, it has already become the symbol and signature of the Spring City, Jinan, and as well, a famous tourist attraction in China.

2.Pearl Spring
Pearl Spring is also called Zhenzhuquan and it is one of the four most famous springs of Jinan. It is situated in the north side of Quancheng Road, accquired its name for the water coming out from the pool bottom is countless water bubbles like strings of pearls.

3.Hupao Spring
Hupao Spring is ranked as the third spring in China, due to scientific research on the quality of the water of the spring, closely followed after Leng Spring in Zhejiang and Hui Spring in Wuxi, Jiangsu Province. It is well known for its distinctive fountain.

Location: at the foot of Daci (Great Compassion) Hill, five kilometers away from Hangzhou city, stretches between West Lake and the Qiantang River.

4.Tangshan Hot Springs
Nanjing Tangshan Hot Spring Resort is a natural hot spring resort of Nanjing Military Region. Famous for its fresh air, pleasant climate and peaceful environment. The spring water is said rich in calcium, magnesium, potassium and sodium, the average temperature is between 50°C-60°C (122°F-140°F).

Location: in scenic areas on the eastern outskirts of Nanjing, Tangshan Town. 28 kilometers (17.5 miles) east of the eastern Zhongshan Men.

5.Zhongling Spring
Zhongling Spring is probably the most peculiar one in China, as it is situated in the middle of the Yangtze River, always merged in river water, thus, it could only be obtained at specific time (between 11am - 1 pm, or 23pm - 1am) in a day, with the help of some special devices, such as a rope with a specific length and a brass bottle. And the Zhongling Spring water is perfect for making tea.

6. Huishan Spring
Since its discovery, the sweet and clear Huishan Spring water has long been commented and appreciated. Lu Yu, a tea expert in the Tang Dynasty, went to Wuxi several times for enjoying the tea made of the water in Huishan Spring. After an on-the-spot investigation in the Huishan Hill, he wrote an article The Notes on Huishan Temple, in which he highly praised Huishan spring.

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