Jiāngxī attractions

Top Choice Arts Centre in Jǐngdézhèn

Sculpture Factory

This tree-lined street, and the pathways that branch off it, form a kind of porcelain-production arts district, which is a centre for contemporary ceramics in China. Some of the world's leading porcelain artists wor…
Village in Nánchāng

Luótiáncūn

This rarely visited, 1100-year-old village, its uneven stone-flagged alleys etched with centuries of wear, provides a history-laden rural escape from urban Nánchāng.A lazy amble around the village will take you thro…
Arts Centre in Jǐngdézhèn

Ceramics Art Avenue

This large, modern ceramics hub opened in 2016 with the aim of regenerating the city. Built on the site of an old ceramic factory it features multiple renovated red-brick industrial buildings, the largest of which c…
Gallery in Jǐngdézhèn

Sānbǎo

About 12km southeast of the city is this wonderful ceramics 'institute' spread across four converted houses. The passion project of Jackson Li, a prominent Chinese artist, the set-up includes a high-end gallery feat…
Historic Building in Lóngnán

Yànyì Wéi

The fascinating, 350-year-old, four-storey-tall Yànyì Wéi is the tallest of a number of crumbling old fortified villages in the vicinity of Yángcūn. It's still lived in by villagers and you can climb all four storey…
Mountain in Lúshān

Lúshān National Park

Venturing in any direction from the town of Lúshān will take you into the wilds of one of the most ethereal environments in this province. The 300-sq-km Lúshān National Park is best known for its strange rock format…
Mountain in Lóngnán

Wǔdāng Shān

Also known as Xiǎo (little) Wǔdāng Shān, this group of weathered sandstone peaks reward an easy one-hour climb with stunning views of the surrounding subtropical forest. Not to be confused with Húběi’s more famous W…
Museum in Jǐngdézhèn

Jǐngdézhèn Ancient Kilns and Folk Custom Museum

A bit like a living museum, this large, nicely landscaped site contains traditional porcelain-making equipment, including revived ancient kilns, and has teams of staff demonstrating how they were once used. Some of …
Park in Nánchāng

Bāyī Square

Where the Communist Party first insurged, you'll now find groups of Chinese, young and old, walking, dancing, hawking and laughing throughout this popular park in the heart of the city. Best enjoyed just after dusk …
Taoist Site in Lónghŭ Shān

Residence of the Celestial Masters

This is the largest and best-preserved temple in the area. It was originally built in the Song dynasty, thoroughly renovated in the Qing dynasty and then again in the 1990s. The oldest building still standing is the…