Flights to Changzhi

Changzhi Wangcun Airport is the public airport serving the city of Changzhi in the Shanxi province of the People's Republic of China. The airport is operated by Shanxi Civil Airport Group. It has a runway designated 10/19, with a concrete surface at the length of 8,530 ft (2,600 m).

Changzhi, meaning 'eternal peace' in Chinese, is a prefecture-level city located in the Shanxi province. It was one of the 36 administrative areas under the reign of the first emperor of unified China.

What to see & do

Hanging Temple - The Hanging Temple, also known as the Hanging Monastery or Xuangkong Temple, is exactly as the name entails: a hanging temple. It is a temple built over 1,500 years ago on a cliff at about 246 ft (75 m) above ground near Mount Heng in Hunyuan County, Shanxi Province. The nearest city is 64.23 kilometres to the northwest, the prefecture-level city of Datong. Aside from its unusual location, the temple is also notable for being the only existing temple with a combination of three traditional Chinese religions: Confucianism, Buddhism, and Taoism. It is said that the original temple was constructed by only one man, a monk by the name of Liao Ran. Several repairs and extensions have been made to the structure over the years.

Hukou Waterfall - The Hukai Waterfall is the largest waterfall on the Yellow River and is the second largest waterfall in China. The waterfall is situated at the intersection of Shanxi Province and Shaanxi Province. The nearest city is YiChuan, 50 kilometres to the west. The waterfall has a height of over 20 m (66 ft), but the width changes with the season, usually between 30 m (98 ft) or 50 m (164 ft) wide. There is an enormous rock in the middle of the river wherein the water flow divides to two sides of the rock and then reconverges.

Sakyamuni Pagoda of Fogong Temple - The Pagoda of Fogong Temple is a wooden Chinese pagoda in Ying County, Shanxi province. The pagoda was built in 1056, during the Khitan-led Liao Dynasty, by Emperor Daozong of Liao. The pagoda is situated on a 4 m tall stone platform and has a total height of 220.83 ft (67.31 m).

How to get around

Renting a car is perhaps the most convenient way to get around Shanxi. However, this is not easily done, especially if the visitor cannot speak Chinese. Decide if you want to rent a car beforehand and have it arranged through a travel agency to avoid problems. There is also a major rail line in Shanxi that stops at the major cities in the province. There are also several local and long-distance bus lines available, and tend to be faster than trains. Taxi service is available. Changzhi is also served by four controlled-access highways, two railways, and three national highways.

How to get there

Changzhi Wangcun Airport is served by the airlines Air China, China Eastern Airlines, China Southern Airlines, China United Airlines, Hainan Airlines, and Juneyao Airlines. There are domestic flights to Changzhi from the following airports: Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport (Chengdu), Taiyuan Wusu International Airport (Taiyuan), Beijing Capital International Airport (Beijing), Beijing Nanyuan Airport (Beijing), Datong Yungang Airport (Datong), Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport (Guangzhou), Haikou Meilan International Airport (Haikou), Tianjin Binhai International Airport (Tianjin), and Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport (Shanghai).

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