FORESTED HIDEAWAY: CHINA

World Travel Magazine - - Inspire Me -

Famed for be­ing one of the film­ing lo­ca­tions for the Trans­form­ers: Age of Ex­tinc­tion—and now houses mod­els of the fa­mous ro­bots like Bum­ble­bee for trav­ellers to take pic­tures of—wu­long Karst is lo­cated within Wu­long County in Chongqing, China, and is part of the South China Karst, which is a UNESCO World Her­itage Site. A trip there will also in­clude walk­ing on the three lime­stone bridges—tian­long, Qin­long and Hei­long, which have an av­er­age height and span of 200m, and make up Asia’s largest nat­u­ral bridge clus­ter. We rec­om­mend ei­ther join­ing a lux­ury tour there or rent­ing a pri­vate car for the day. Pho­to­graph by Si­enny Wa­hono

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