Zhongyuan Tower is a 388-metre (1,273 ft) tall steel tower in Zhengzhou, Henan province, China. It was completed in February, 2011. It is used as a television tower, 200-guest revolving restaurant, and observation tower. It is the tenth tallest towers in the world.
The Erqi Memorial Tower or called Erqi Tower is located in the center of Zhengzhou city, Henan province, China. The current Erqi Memorial Tower was completed in September 1971. It is the memorial of the Erqi Strike, which occurred on February 7, 1923. It has 14 floors and is 63 meters high.
Longmen Grottoes are located in the south of Luoyang City and are one of the three most famous treasure houses of stone inscriptions in China.The grottoes were started around the year 494 when Emperor Xiaowen of the Northern Wei Dynasty (386-534 A.D.) moved the capital to Luoyang.
Mudan, tree peony, is the National flower of China. Luoyang Mudan is famous for its singular and beautiful variety of all shapes and colors, enjoying it high fame for the first place all over the world.
White Horse Temple is Buddhist temple in Luoyang, China that, according to tradition, is the first Buddhist temple in China, having been first established in 68 AD under the patronage of Emperor Ming in the Eastern Han dynasty.
Along with the Jiguan Cave, the mountain forms part of a tourist scenic area that is rated as AAAAA, the highest category in the tourist rating system. Historically, the mountain was a retreat for Laozi, the founder of Taoism.
Millennium City Park (also called Qingming Riverside Landscape Garden) located in the old city of Kaifeng City in Henan Province which are re-creations based on the famous twelfth century painting by Zhang Zeduan of 'The Qingming Festival by the Riverside'.
Daxiangguo Temple is located in the center of Kaifeng City. It played a key role of development of Chinese Buddhism. The views of the temple earned many honors, include “Ten Miracles of Chinese Temple”, “Eight sights of Bianliang”, “Xiangguo Frosty Bells” is also one the most famous view of this temple. It is also considered as the top ten famous temple in China.
The Iron Pagoda of Youguo Temple, Kaifeng City, Henan province, is a Buddhist Chinese pagoda built in 1049 during the Song dynasty (960–1279) of China. The pagoda is so-named not because it is made of iron, but because its color resembles that of iron. It is a brick pagoda tower built on the location of a previous wooden one that had been burnt down by lightning fire in 1044.
In central Kaifeng City, there is a big park called Dragon Pavilion Park (Long Ting Gong Yuan). It is said that it was a temple for worshipping the emperor of the Qing Empire. The original base was built in 1692, but the wooden structure on top was probably refurbished if not reconstructed more recently because Kaifeng suffered several periods of major devastation since then from flooding and wars.