|Yiwu Xiuhu square|
|Green Corridor along Yiwu River|
|Yiwu Diaoyuji Park|
|The First Wetland Park in Yiwu|
|Huaxi Forest Park|
|Yiwu Desheng Cliff|
|Yiwu Dishui Cliff|
Yiwu's tourist resources are not as well-known as its prosperous commodity industry. Yiwu is a powerful city on economy. In recent years, the shopping tourism in Yiwu is developing fast. Yiwu international trade city is awarded the first AAAA shopping tourism area by National Tourism Bureau.
Shopping in Yiwu is considered to be a fashion tourism by more and more tourists. Apart from this, scenic parks like Yiwu Xiuhu Square, Green Corridor along Yiwu River, Yiwu Diaoyuji Park and Wetland park are local residents’ favorites for a leisure walk and enjoyment after daily workload. Some other natural scenery spots like Huaxi Forest Park, Badu Reservoir and Desheng Cliff are also frequently visited by many people. For more information and introduction, please refer to the corresponding passage.
A beautiful natural area consisting of a huge reservoir and mountain trail a stone’s throw away from Yiwu City . A perfect example of a central sub-tropic, broad leafed evergreen forest including high diversities of tree and plant species plus Camphor trees and bamboo. The park covers an area of some 18.2 square kilometres. More...
Wu Han (1909-1969), originally named Wu Chunhan with a courtesy name of Chenbo, was born in Kuzhutang Village, Shangxi Town, Yiwu City , Zhejiang Province. When he was 11 years old, he read the “Comments by an Emperor”, which introduced him to the study of history. In 1931, he was admitted exceptionally by the Tsinghua University. In 1932 he was engaged as director of the culture and history column of the “Tsinghua Week”. In 1933, he acted as the editor and head of layout in the “Benefitting World -- History” in Tianjin. In September 1937, Wu Han was engaged as a culture and history professor by the Yunnan University, and in that period he published some valuable articles including the “Examination of Military, Political and Social Systems”,More... More...