Located around 10 kilometres towards the north of Yiwu city, Desheng Rock is also known as Chou Cliff - named after Chouzhou. The cliff stands at an imposing height of over 380 metres and can be climbed by travellers via its winding mountain road. Numerous other stone and cave formations can be witnessed in the area, in various unique shapes and forms. A temple known as Helingxing Temple is also located atop the cliff and dates back to the early years of the Yuan Dynasty. Another notable attraction in the area is the stone formation naturally shaped in the form of a turtle. Desheng Rock is a popular attraction amongst tourists and locals alike and is a must-visit spot for nature lovers as well as outdoor enthusiasts.
Day time visits are recommended
Around 2 – 3 hours
Adults, Families, Young Adults, Senior Guests, Children
Helingxing Temple and the turtle-shaped stone formation
Designated prayer room facilities near Desheng Rock will be unavailable, but plenty of open private space is available in the area and can be made use of during prayer times. Muslim travellers may also visit some of the mosques near Desheng Rock such as the Yiwu Mosque, which is the main mosque of Yiwu and a prominent landmark in the city.
Muslim travellers may find access to Halal food near Desheng Rock at some of the Halal restaurants in the area. Some of the Halal restaurants in Yiwu near Desheng Rock include a number of halal food outlets and restaurants such as the Tajmahal (Eiman) Restaurant, Madina Muslim Restaurant and the Ward Restaurant.