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Top 10 most livable cities in china, Zhuhai ranks first! Different cities have different customs and customs. Building an ecological and livable city cannot be achieved overnight. It requires the joint efforts of countless eager urban builders. Now ShareKnowledge will tell you about the top ten livable cities in China.

Top 10 most livable cities in china

1. Zhuhai

A prefecture-level city in Guangdong Province, it is the city with the largest ocean area, the most islands, and the longest coastline in the Pearl River Delta. It is known as the “City of One Hundred Islands”. Zhuhai is the only city in the country selected into the “Top 40 National Tourist Attractions” based on its overall urban landscape, and is a Chinese coastal city.

2. Weihai

A prefecture-level city in Shandong Province, China, located at the eastern end of the Shandong Peninsula, has a northern warm temperate monsoon continental climate. Its famous scenic spots include Liugong Island, Xianguding, Chengshantou, International Bathing Beach, Chishan, etc.

3. Xinyang

Xinyang is a prefecture-level city in Henan Province and is known as the “Tea City”. It is the only city in the country that has been selected as one of China’s top ten livable cities for eight consecutive years.

4. Jinhua

Jinhua is a prefecture-level city under the jurisdiction of Zhejiang Province. “Surrounded by mountains on three sides and one river, with scattered basins and three rivers” is the basic feature of Jinhua’s landform. Famous scenic spots include Shuanglong Cave, Hengdian Film and Television City, Yongkang Fangyan, Wuyi Hot Spring, etc.

5. Wuhu

Wuhu, also known as Jiangcheng, is a prefecture-level city and dual-core city in Anhui Province. It is known as the “Famous Town in Jiangdong” and the “Famous District of Wuchu”. It is a national historical and cultural city and is famous as “a giant port on the Yangtze River and the backbone of Anhui Province”.

6. Shaoxing

Shaoxing is located in the north-central part of Zhejiang Province and on the south bank of Hangzhou Bay, with a subtropical monsoon climate. Famous scenic spots include Lu Xun’s hometown, Jinghu Lake, Kuaiji Mountain, Dayu Mausoleum, etc.

7. Yangzhou

Yangzhou is located in the central part of Jiangsu Province and is known as the “famous capital of Huaizuo and the best place in Zhuxi”. It is also known as the first canal city in China and is one of the first batch of historical and cultural cities in China.

8. Qujing

Qujing is a prefecture-level city under the jurisdiction of Yunnan Province, with diverse topography and different ethnic customs. Qujing has the unique languages, costumes, customs and beliefs of eight major ethnic groups: Yi, Buyi, Zhuang, Miao and Yao.

9. Guangyuan

Guangyuan is a prefecture-level city in Sichuan Province with a subtropical humid monsoon climate. It has famous scenic spots such as Huangze Temple, Qianfo Cliff, Zhaohua Ancient City, and Jianmen Pass.

10. Yichun

Yichun is a prefecture-level city in Jiangxi Province, located in the northwest of Jiangxi Province. It has a mild climate, abundant rainfall, and four distinct seasons. Since ancient times, it has been known as “the beautiful land in the south of the Yangtze River and the country with prosperous cultural relics”.

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