As autumn sets in, Maicun village in Huangpu district is emerging as a very popular trekking spot for both locals and tourists.
What were once stone quarries atop Shiya Peak have now been transformed into two picturesque 'heavenly ponds' - drawing nature lovers from far and wide.
Apart from its captivating landscape, Maicun offers a culinary adventure for foodies. Traditional Hakka dishes, which are an integral part of the region's rich gastronomic heritage, are served with flair and finesse.
Adding a modern twist, a newly introduced train-themed restaurant has sparked a lot of attention, offering both a novel dining experience and a nod to the village's continuous innovation in the culinary arts.
This autumn, Maicun is inviting travelers to experience the perfect harmony of nature and taste, promising an unforgettable journey.
A couple of health enthusiasts start out on Maicun village's mountain trail.