Mogan Mountain has a development history of more than 2,000 years. Its natural landscape is particular. With thriving bamboos, towering Japanese firs and Song-Dynasty maidenhair trees, the springs and waterfalls here and there, vegetation covers about 92% of the surface of Mogan Mountain.
The climate of Mogan Mountain has plenty of rain and mist, and the fog after rain is particularly wonderful and beautiful: the part below the mountainside is wrapped in cloud and mist, the top of the Tower Hill is floating on the cloud, just like the island in the sea or the castle in the air.
The central scenic spots of Mogan Mountain include the Tower Hill, Zhonghua Hill, Jinjia Hill, Wuji Hill, Mogan Hill and Paotai Hill, etc. Visitors can appreciate not only the sunrise and the sea of clouds, but also the waterfalls and the clear springs. The human culture and the landscape of Mogan Mountain are rich and colorful, and it was once known as the Watery Region and Buddhist Kingdom during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) and the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). Hundreds of villas were built within scope of the resort greenery and thriving bamboos in the last years of the Qing Dynasty and early years of the Republic of China. These villas have different styles and Mogan Mountain is therefore reputed as the Architecture Museum of the World.
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