Welcome to Jiangxi

Location: Capital city of Jiangxi province, located in the north-central part of the province

Population: 5,042,566  (2010 Census)


Landmarks:Tengwang Pavilion, one of "the Four Great Pavilions of China" Poyang Lake, the largest fresh water lake in China, also called "the Migrator Birds Paradise" “Star of  Nanchang”, a large ferris wheel in Honggu New District “Qiushui Square”, a musical fountain performance in Honggu New District


Rail: An important rail hub for southeastern China. The Nanchang Railway Station and the Nanchang West Railway Stations are the primary passenger rail stations of the city. Nanchang is connected to Hangzhou, Changsha and Shanghai via CRH (China Railway High-speed) service.

Air:  Nanchang Changbei International Airport (KHN) built in 1996 is the main international airport, which has an international air route. The airport is connected to major mainland cities such as Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Haikou, Shanghai and Beijing.

Metro: The Nanchang Metro is under construction with the first line expected to enter service in 2015.

Water: Nanchang is situated on the Gan River, the Fu River, Elephant Lake, Qingshan Lake, and Aixi Lake. Hence the water routes for Nanchang are critically important for the economy, trade and shipping.Nanchang Port is the biggest port on the Gan River. Passengers can take Nanchang Port and travel by boat to the Jinggang Shan and Tengwang Pavilion. There are passenger ships that also visit Poyang Lake, Stone Bell Hill, Poyang Lake Bird Protection Area, Dagu Hill and other attractions.

Other Attractions:

Wuyuan, one of the most charming villages in China, 2.5hours drive

Jingdezhen, an ancient porcelain town in China, 3 hours drive

LU Mountain, San Qin Mountain, Jinggang Mountain, Dragon Tiger Mountain, etc

Catering culture : noted for its GAN cuisine, characterized for its delicious salty and spicy dishes

Climate : subtropical humid climate, abundant sunshine all year long in summer


Forestry cover 63.1% of the province, ranked 2nd in China

Less foreigners, more chances of immersing with local people

Good air quality, a foreigner-friendly environment

Lower cost of living, affordable and easier life abroad

A closer look at real China, a better impression on the people