Lushan National Park in the Jiangxi province of China, near Juijiang City, has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1996.
Lushan National park has dozens of elegant peaks, rivers, waterfalls, rocks, caverns and more! Thirty-seven attractions are available to visitors, such as Donglin Temple or Sandie Spring.
It's highest peak, Dahanyang Peak is nearly 1474 meters above sea level, and Mount Lu is well-known in the country. The mountainous region makes for beautiful photographs!
There are extensive gardens and temples that can be seen, but one of the main attractions is the "Immortal Cavern." An immortal is said to have lived here, and a statue of it's shape stands in the cavern~~
Mount Tianzhu and Mount Yunju & Lake Zhelin National Parks are both located nearby.
I would love to spend a few days (or a few weeks!!) wandering this area. There are so many different areas to explore; you'd need a lot of time.