Flying through stunning landscapes along Grand Canal with FPV drone.
Almost 3,200 km long in total, the Grand Canal is the world’s longest man-made waterway, connecting the northern and southern parts of China. It has a history of more than 2,500 years. Over 1,000 km of the canal was recognized as a world heritage site in 2014.Come and join us on an exhilarating adventure as we explore the Grand Canal like never before, with our trusty FPV drone leading the way!
The Grand Canal is glowing with new vitality thanks to China’s efforts to promote the protection and inheritance of the heritage of the canal, such as protecting the canal’s cultural heritage, improving its water resources, building a green ecological corridor, and promoting culture and tourism.
April 18 marks the International Day for Monuments and Sites. Follow our FPV drone to explore the Grand Canal from a new perspective.
Citizens row a boat on a section of the Grand Canal in Tongzhou District of Beijing, capital of China, Sept. 18,2022.
Tourists enjoy snowy scenery while visiting Taierzhuang ancient town along the Grand Canal, in Zaozhuang, east China’s Shandong Province, Jan. 14,2023.
This photo taken on April 2,2020 shows a view of the Slender West Lake in Yangzhou, east China’s Jiangsu Province.