Since ancient China, there have been many landscapes in China. The karst landforms in China have never been less, and Guizhou is subordinate to the southwestern plateaus of China. There are many mountains and mountains and valleys. Therefore, the karst landforms of other cities can only be regarded as rare, because of the ecological environment. Since the ancient times, there are also appropriate proverbs to describe Guizhou as a land of treasures.
There are too many world-famous attractions in Guizhou. Whether it is natural scenery or human history, it is worthy of everyone's appreciation. The Longgong Scenic Spot in Anshun County is probably a combination of Guizhou landscape karst landforms in the Longgong Scenic Area. You can see the ultimate landscape of all karst topography, peaks, peaks, lonely peaks, caves, canyons, waterfalls and other natural wonders.
You can see the imposing waterfall when you enter the Dragon Palace. The waterfall in the Dragon Palace is a waterfall in the cave. It is a typical karst waterfall. It is formed by the mountains and rivers deep in the mountains. It is just a flood season. Close to the waterfall, the water droplets that can be splashed by it accidentally get wet, and when you approach it, you can feel what the rain is like.
The first two 5A-level scenic spots in Guizhou Province are not in Guiyang but in Anshun. In 2007, China's first list of 5A-level scenic spots included Huangguoshu Waterfall and Longgong. The Dragon Palace is 30 kilometers from the Huangguoshu Waterfall. Each has its own characteristics. The Huangguoshu sees the waterfall, while the Dragon Palace has the most beautiful water-soluble cave.
Longgong is 27 kilometers away from Anshun City and 116 kilometers away from Guiyang. The biggest feature is the boat ride into the cave. The Dragon Palace has the longest and most beautiful water cave in China. Caves are found in many places in the country, but water-soluble caves are not common.
A dragon palace scenic spot, with the largest number of China's largest, in addition to the longest and most beautiful water-soluble caves, there is China's largest cave Buddhist temple, China's largest cave karst waterfall, the world's lowest natural radiation dose rate, the world's largest Water and dry cave clusters, the world's largest single Chinese character "Dragon" word field. The
Longmen Waterfall is 50 meters high, 38 meters high and 25 meters wide. It is the largest karst cave waterfall in China. The waterfall is spouting and the air is huge, and the water vapor is wrapped around the tourists. It is particularly cool in summer.
Continue to go inside and go to the Tianchi Wharf by boat to enter the cave, which is the essence of the Dragon Palace. Tianchi is a lake with an area of about 10,000 square meters. The average water depth is 28 meters. Because the cave is relatively narrow, the hull is long and thin, and a ship can sit eight or nine people.
Dream Dragon Palace, free in the pastoral. Come to Anshun, you can walk through the natural picture of the karst landscape, and ride the Dragon Palace Tianchi to enjoy the beauty of nature. Receive a climate gift with no cold in winter and no heat in summer, and experience different scenery. There is the world's largest landscape of Chinese characters, and there are also the most beautiful water-soluble caves in China. Up to 15 kilometers long, the stalactites in the cave are in a variety of poses, and they are fascinating. Water-soluble caves need to be visited by boat. The entire cave is five-in and five-out. Currently, only one phase and two phases are developed.
Guizhou Anshun Longgong is 35 kilometers away from Huangguoshu Waterfall. It has the reputation of "the world's karst, all in the Dragon Palace". There are three records in the world, the world's lowest natural radiation (Dragon Palace Tianchi), the world's largest water and drought caves, the most concentrated and the world's largest plant Chinese characters - "Dragon" word field. This is a typical karst landform area. It is mainly composed of caves, caves and waterfalls. It has been famous for its Guinness Book of Records, with more than 90 large and small water and dry caves. And so far, there are still many beautiful caves, hiding in the depths of no one, and attracting people to explore its mystery. At the entrance to the Dragon Palace, it is a squatting pool called Tianchi. Tan Shui Shen Bi Ruyu, the water surface is wide, such as a large piece of turquoise embedded, let people see the swaying sigh of the heart. Three cliffs, green vines upside down, ancient wood forest, reflecting the green waves, but also pleasant. One side is a hole, called the "Dragon Gate", Tianchi water pours down the gantry, forming a "longmen waterfall" with a drop of 34 meters and a flow of 50 cubic meters per second. The flow is turbulent and the valley is soaring. The drums are bursting, and the waterfall inside the cave is amazing. Follow the water flow to the Dragon Palace, the color of the day with the darkness of the daylight, and finally can see the entire face of the hole. The wide inner hole and the strange stalactites make this place very mysterious and peculiar. Together with Huihong's spatial echo effect, it is like a misunderstanding of the mythical Dragon King Palace, which makes people unconsciously breathe and dare not speak.
Dragon Palace Cave is located on the southern outskirts of Anshun City, adjacent to Huangguoshu Waterfall. While the scenery is mainly famous for subterranean streams and karst caverns, it also has peaks and valleys, waterfalls, clusters of karst peaks, and other scenic features unique to the karst topography. Stalactites of every form and shape in the caverns will amaze you, and the multicolored lighting will heighten the effect. Dragon Palace Cave is divided into three sections: the central Dragon Palace Cave Scenic Area, Xuantang (“Whirlpool Pool”), and Qunfang Valley (“Valley of Many Fragrances”). The Dragon Palace Cave Scenic Area is the essential portion, while Xuantang primarily offers agricultural scenery. The Qunfang Valley between them offers a stretch of rolling hills and mountain valley.