Henan Province Guide

General Introduction to Henan Province

Henan ProvinceHenan is located in the South of Yellow River of China whose name means the "South of the River". Neighboring Shanxi to the north, Hubei to the south and Shandong on the northeast, Shaanxi to the west, Henan Province covers an area of 60,000 square kilometers and the population of 92,560,000. Henan has a long history which blessed it with rich and full cultural and historical relics which can be daated back to Zhou dynasty. Famous attractions in Henan are Shaolin Temple, Songshan Mountain, Longmen Grottoes and so on. Kaifeng is the most popular tourist destination in Henan province.


Henan Province, with its capital Zhengzhou. It is also the political, cultural and economical center of Henan Province.



Best Time to Go Henan

Henan has a humid and warm climate. The Winter and Spring in Henan is dry and windy, while the summer is hot and rainy. The annual temperature which increases from about 12.8C in the north to 15.5C in the south. The best time to visit Henan is in Autumn.


What to See in Henan Province

Henan is famous for it Shaolin culture. The world famous Shaolin Temple and Shaolin Kungfu are in Henan province. The long history of Henan left Henan a rich cultural and historical relics. The well known Longmen Grottos and Baima Temple both located in Luoyang, Henan province.


Top Ten Cities in Henan Province

There are many famous tourist cities in Henan, such as Kaifeng, Luoyang, Pingdingshan, Shangqiu, Xinxiang, Xinyang, Zhumadian and so on.


Luoyang cityLuoyang City

Kaifeng cityKaifeng City

Anyang cityAnyang City

Hebi cityHebi City

Jiaozuo cityJiaozuo City

Luohe  cityLuohe City

Pingdingshan cityPingdingshan City

Puyang cityPuyang City

Shangqiu  cityShangqiu City


Henan Travel Tips

1.Henan has a windy and dry winter and Spring. The summer may have a lot of rain.

2.Songshan Mountain is located in southwest of Zhengzhou.

3.Shaolin Temple is located in Songshan Mountain.

4.Luoyang City has been the capital of nine dynasties since the time of the Eastern Zhou Dynasty (770BC-221BC).