Nestled in the Wudang Mountains of Central China’s Hubei province, Taihe Tower is an imitation of Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) pavilion architecture.
The Tai Chi Theater is the biggest of its kind in the northwest of Hubei province and equipped with cutting-edge intelligent equipment.
Wudang Mountains Tourist Development Center sits in the Tai Chi Lake new area. It faces mountains to the north and Tai Chi Lake to the south.
Wudang Geological Museum involves a total investment of 18.45 million yuan ($2.95 million) and covers a total area of 4,832 square meters.
Located northwest of the city proper of Wudang Mountains, Wudang Tai Chi Lake ecological and cultural tourism area involves over 100 top designers from top-notch international planning and design institutions, including EDAW and Atkins.
The buildings in this area house many historical relics and treasures such as Taoist joss, altars, sacrificial vessels and musical instruments.
Here there are beautiful peaks and cliffs and a thick forest facing the gully. It’s quite impressive among the 36 crags in Wudang Mountain for its tranquil and spectacular surroundings.
The Prince Slope Architectural Complex was meticulously designed in accordance with the legend of the god of Zhenwu, the prince of Jingle Kingdom, who wanted to ascend to heaven.
Purple Heaven Palace is a historical site designated for state protection. The mountain behind the palace is named Zhanqi, which literally means a fluttering flag in the breeze. The shape of the mountain looks like an unfolded flag.
Xiaoyao Valley is the only overwater tourism and ecological tourist area among Wudang Mountain’s scenic spots.
The Xuanyue Archway Scenic Spot lies to the north of Wudang Mountain, consisting of such sights such as Xuanyue Archway, the Immortal Meeting Palace, the Yuanhe Temple and the Jade Void Palace.
Development of the Taiji Lake tourist area will comprise 67 square kilometers with a total investment of 10 billion yuan and will be completed by 2013.
Lingxu Cliff, very famous among the 36 cliffs in Wudang Mountain, is situated on Peach Wood Hill, to the east of the Five-Dragon Palace. Looking around, everything is green. The mountain streams flow in the valley like sea or thunder. Isolated from the outside world, it's an ideal place to self-cultivate. Visitors can't help being surprised by the stable belief and lasting willpower of former Taoists and hermits.