To­day’s Must-Watch: Aer­i­al Pho­tog­ra­phy of Ku­lang­su.… Ku­lang­su From The Sky


It is al­ways em­pha­sized that Ku­lang­su is a small is­land packed with cul­tur­al her­itage, but as small as it is, it would take days to vis­it every sin­gle mon­u­ment, fas­ci­nat­ing build­ing, stat­ue, in­sti­tu­tion, and nat­ur­al sight, as well as to learn about them all. Al­most every sin­gle cor­ner and al­ley of this beau­ti­ful is­land rep­re­sents a mon­u­men­tal his­tor­i­cal spot, a fas­ci­nat­ing ar­chi­tec­tur­al land­mark, or a jaw-drop­ping piece of nat­ur­al heav­en that you should­n’t miss out on when vis­it­ing Ku­lang­su. So, what bet­ter way to get a glimpse of Ku­lang­su’s beau­ty than from an aer­i­al per­spec­tive? Join us on this mes­mer­iz­ing imag­i­nary he­li­copter ride and take a peek at Ku­lang­su’s at­trac­tions, in­clud­ing those that may not be seen from the ground.

Who would’ve thought that Ku­lang­su could look even more beau­ti­ful? In this pre­sen­ta­tion of Ku­lang­su from the air, we can see some of the biggest at­trac­tions of the is­land, as well as the most im­por­tant his­tor­i­cal sights and build­ings cap­tured. The video high­lights the Sun­light Rock over­look­ing the en­tire is­land, Bagua man­sion, Huang Fam­i­ly Vil­la, for­mer res­i­dence of HS­BC Bank, for­mer Amer­i­can Con­sulate, for­mer British Con­sulate, as well as the stat­ue of Cheng Zheng­gong — which is pret­ty much con­sid­ered the sym­bol of the island.