This big and grey city might be an intermediate stop in your journey through China (just like it was in our case). In case you’ve got there – have a short walk and try to dig for something interesting (and you will find it :)
This big and grey city might be an intermediate stop in your journey through China (just like it was in our case). Nowadays the strongest moment of more then 2200 years of history seems to be the consolidation of People’s Liberation Army on august 1, 1927.
The city serves as a big railway hub, including CRH (China Railway High-Speed) trains, which can accelerate to more then 200 km/h and it is relatively simple to buy tickets from here to many Chinese destinations (we were on the way from Wuyi Shan to Guilin).
If you are there – have a walk, see the <a href=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bayi_Square>Bayi Square second largest square in China, look at the <a href=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Star_of_Nanchang>Star of Nanchang – the world tallest Ferris Wheel, eat some KFC chicken and jump on your next train from there :)