Tailaoshan Mountain located in Fuding, Fujian province is a place famous for its scenery or historical relics. An ancient Chinese legend told during the time of Xuanyuan and Huangdi Emperors' reign, a celestial being of Taoists named as Rong Chengzi used to inhabit here and during the time of Yao Emperor‘s reign , there was a young girl who spent all day growing orchid and tea trees here and teach local people how to make "White Tea".
More photos taken in Likou,Qimen which is traditionally seen as the best Keemun Tea producing area. The tea gardens were randomly scattered among the mountains. The fresh tealeaves just harvested smells amazingly flowery. http://www.viconyteas.com/keemun.html
The rain forest that sits on Yakushima Island — which is located off the southernmost tip of Kyushu Island in southeastern Japan — is a unique ecosystem that’s incredibly diverse. Yakushima boasts 1,900 species and subspecies of flora, 150 bird species, and 16 mammal species. It’s home to an ancient species of the sugi — a Japanese cedar — and it’s also a UNESCO heritage site.