China’s 5 Most Stunning Waterfalls, Votes Are In

    Detian Waterfall (德天瀑布), which translates as The Waterfall of Heavenly Morals, in Guangzi Province. (Jankgo/Flickr)The Hukou Waterfall (壶口瀑布), aka, the Teapot Waterfall or Tea Kettle Spout Waterfall is at the beginning of the Yellow River, on the boarder the of Shaanxi and Shanxi provinces. (Leruswing/Wikimedia Commons)Nuorilang Waterfall in the Jiuzhaigou Nature Reserve (九寨沟諾日朗瀑布), a World Heritage Site and a World Biosphere Reserve. The scenic reserve lies in Nanping County of the Tibetan and Qiang Autonomous Prefecture of Aba in Sichuan Province . Jiuzhaigou is named after the nine Tibetan villages in the valley. (Victor J Davies/Wikimedia Commons)Nine Dragons Waterfalls, aka Jiulong Waterfalls (羅平九龍瀑布), near Luoping, in Yunnan Province. (Zhangmoon618/Wikimedia Commons)The tiny people in a line on the cliff give an idea of the magnitude of the Huangguoshu Waterfall ( 黃果樹瀑布) in Guizhou Province, is one of the largest in China. It's a major tourist attraction, with three different viewing angles, one from afar, one from above, and one from below. (WaitinZ/Wikipedia)Huangguoshu Waterfall ( 黃果樹瀑布) in Guizhou Province. (Mrspaceman/Wikimedia Commons)

    These waterfalls were recently voted by the Chinese public and tourism board as the finest in the mainland. Check out the size of number five! There are people on the cliff beside it, just to help you grasp the scale of it.

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