It is a nice place to hang out with your friends and you can view the sunset and go for a ride.
When we visit Zhangjiajie, we must visit the museum as it has a lady's body founded since one thousand years ago, the skin and body still kept good and her silk dress is extra light, even today' technique cannot made it. we can seen how intelligent ancient Chinese.
An enormous, nondescript Chinese city whose main draw is being somewhat proximate to the birthplace (Shaoshan, a two-hour ride away) of Mao Zedong. While Changsha isn't a place that encourages lingering, the capital of Hunan DOES offer some consolations in the form of the Hunan Provincial Museum (with its well-preserved 2000-year-old mummy), and its specialty dish of chou dofu (stinky tofu - really much better than it sounds!).