ZhangJiaJie National Forest Park in China’s Hunan Province has become internationally renown since the release of the 2009 movie Avatar. The movie was filmed in these mountains, more specifically, the Hallelujah Mountain (of Avatar) was filmed there and the movie’s editing team simply added the mountains in post-production to make them look like they are floating in the air.
Beyond the mountains, the area is also home to a beautiful lake (which flows into the dam) and an underground cave. And if the natural beauty wasn’t enough, the region is also home to an ethnic Chinese tribe with unique cultural traditions. For example, the brides from this tribe have to cry for at least 3 days prior to their wedding. In fact, it is believed that the longer she can cry, the more desirable of a wife she is.
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