At night, the Great Wall resembles a giant dragon in waves. Its view differs surprisingly from that in the day, which is spoken highly of by visitors. Decorated with lights, it becomes more graceful than that in the day. On the Great Wall, you can feel the huge changes over thousands of years; in the town at the mountain foot, the scattered lights attract visitors to go on an adventure. The Wtown and the great wall make a perfect combination of the ancient and modern world that is waiting for you to explore!
APPRECIATING THE GREAT WALL IN THE VALLEY WITH A LANTERN IN YOUR HAND.
When the night falls, the renowned Great Wall is enlivened by scattered lights. Bathing in the moonlight, you can enjoy the scenery with a lantern that echoes the lights at the mountain foot.
LOOKING UP, YOU CAN SEE THAT THE SKY SEEMS TO BE CLOSER TO THE LAND.
The lantern travel at night on the Simatai Great Wall is thrilling and safe. Under the sky filled with stars that is a luxury in cities, you can feel the interaction between nature and history.
HAVING A PARTY ON THE GREAT WALL AND DRINKING A GLASS OF WINE IN THE SUNSET.
At sunset, you can explore the sections of the Great Wall unknown to most visitors. On one of the most beautiful architecture stretching for thousands of miles, you can invite local people to join you and learn about the Wall's history. With candles and wine, let's raise our glass to this wonderful night.
You can stand on the Great Wall to overlook the lofty mountains. You can experience history by climbing the Great Wall, just like an old man coming from the past.
Simatai in history
The Simatai Great Wall was first built in 1368. It starts from Wangjing Tower in the east and ends with Houchuankou in the west. It is the only existing part of the Great Wall that can demonstrate the original appearance of the Ming Dynasty Great Wall.
The Simatai Great Wall is beautiful for its primitive simplicity, the vicissitude it experienced, its loftiness, ruggedness and vitality.