37. Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, China
Zhangjiajie National Park is spread over the Wooljuan mountains in southeastern China, in Hunan province. This place is stunning in its beauty, but in addition to the luxurious landscapes, Zhangjiajie Park is also a zoo, botanical and geological reserve. The site of the park is famous for its quartzite rocks, whose height reaches 800 meters.
The National Park was opened in 1982 and 10 years later, it was included in the UNESCO World Heritage Site. The park area is 13,000 square meters. More than 500 different animal species live in this area and quite rare plant species grow.