Sunday Snapshot | Zhangjiajie National Park | China

This post was last updated on May 18th, 2014



Zhangjiajie National Park (listed as a UNESCO Heritage Site is mostly known for its incredible Floating Hallelujah Mountains where the Avatar Movie was made. Zhangjiajie is a Chinese city located in northern part of Hunan Province. It is located very far from any other famous spots which makes it a very rare destination for most western travellers. You must be wondering why the mountains are called the “floating”. When it gets foggy, they really look like they were floating in the air and moving from the left to the right. This is something incredible and you can feel like being in a Pandora world. The sandstone pillars are up to 1000 meters high so you can just imagine how massive they must look, not only in the picture, but also in a real life. So as you can see, it’s not only about the views, which will take your breath away, but it’s also about their heights.
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Agness is a Polish vagabond who, after graduation, left her comfort zone and set off for a journey of her lifetime to China in 2011. She has been constantly travelling the world since then (slowly, but surely as she says), living like a local for less than $25 a day. She became a photography passionate and adventure blogger sharing her life enthusiasm and travel experience with everyone around. Connect with her on twitter, facebook or on her blog


  1. Thank you guys for having me here. It’s been my pleasure to share one of the most important photo of the most amazing place I have ever seen in China with you. Hope you can make it there soon to admire the power and beauty of Zhangjiajie :)
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