Few river panoramas inspire as much awe as the Three Gorges. Well-travelled Tang dynasty poets and men of letters have gone weak-kneed before them. Voluble emperors and hard-boiled communist party VIPs have been ren…
Gorgeous landscape and you're right up close to it in small boats, making this perhaps the most impressive part of any Yangzi River Cruise.
Famed as the site where the King of Shu, Liu Bei, entrusted his son and kingdom to Zhu Geliang, as chronicled in The Romance of the Three Kingdoms.
A 12-storey, 56m-high wooden pagoda built on a huge, river-water-encircled rock bluff.
Relocated 20 miles downstream in 2002, this temple dates back to the Three Kingdoms period, but has been extensively renovated since.
Mountain studded with temples.