Blooming spring flowers dazzle visitors across China
Breathtaking flowers are in full bloom across China, painting the country with dazzling colors in the warm spring season.
In southeast China's Fujian Province, the azaleas are in bloom on the Xuefeng Mountain in Dahu Township, creating spectacular scenery.
The township built a road around the mountain last year, and the trip that once took about an hour now takes much less. The road has made it more convenient for visitors to enjoy the scenery while also boosting local development.
Flowers in the Central Green Forest Park in Beijing's Tongzhou District are also in full bloom. Located on the south bank of the Grand Canal in Tongzhou, the park has a total planning area of 11.2 square kilometers. And more than 110 kinds of plants are planted here.
In Lanzhou City, northwest China's Gansu Province, the pear blossoms in a time-honored pear orchard attracted many visitors.
Pear trees in the orchard can date back to the Jiajing Period of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). At present, there are more than 9,000 ancient pear trees over 100 years old, with an average age of 260 years.
As temperatures gradually rise, an increasing number of tourists are finding their way to these spots to catch a sight of the colorful spring.