Asian Pacific Geoparks Network

The Asia - Pacific Geoparks Network was established in 2007 with the support of UNESCO. Nowadays the network includes 55 Geoparks across 7 countries.
This network provides to all geoparks members a work platform with common strategies for the conservation and the promotion of geological heritage among all territories through sustainable development.

  • Alxa Geopark – Inner Mongolia, China (2009)
  • Dali Mount Cangshan Global Geopark (China)
  • Danxiashan Geopark – P.R. China (2004)
  • Fangshan Geopark – Hebei Province, P.R. China  (2006)
  • Funiushan Geopark – Henan Province, P.R. China  (2006)
  • Hexigten National Geopark – P.R. China (2005)
  • Huangshan Geopark – P.R. China (2004)
  • Hong Kong – China (2011)
  • Jingpohu Geopark – Heilongjiang Province, P.R. China (2006)
  • Leiqiong Geopark – Heinan Province, P.R. China  (2006)
  • Leye-Fengshan Geopark – P.R. China (2010)
  • Longhushan Geopark – P.R. China (2007)
  • Lushan Geopark – P.R. China (2004)
  • Geopark Wudalianchi – P.R. China (2004)
  • Songshan Geopark – P.R. China (2004)
  • Yuntaishan Geopark – P.R. China (2004)
  • Stone Forest Geopark – Shilin Geopark – P.R. China (2004)
  • Zhangjiajie Sandstone Peak Forest Geopark – P.R. China (2004)
  • Xingwen National Geopark – P.R. China (2005)
  • Yandangshan National Geopark – P.R. China (2005)
  • Taining National Geopark – P.R. China (2005)
  • Wangwushan-Daimeishan Geopark – Henan Province, P.R. China (2006)
  • Taishan Geopark – Shandong Province, P.R. China (2006)
  • Langkawi Geopark – Malaysia (2007)
  • Zizong Geopark – P.R.China (2008)
  • Qinling Geopark – Shaanxi Province, China (2009)
  • Itoigawa Geopark – Japan (2009)
  • Toya Caldera and Usu Volcano Geopark  – Japan (2009)
  • Unzen Volcanic Area Geopark – Japan (2009)
  • Ningde Geopark – P.R. China (2010)
  • San’in Κaigan Geopark – Japan (2010)
  • Jeju island Geopark  Κorea (2010)
  • Dong Van Karst Plateau Geopark – Vietnam (2010)
  • Muroto – Japan (2011)
  • Tianzhushan – China  (2011)
  • Batur Geopark – Indonesia (2012)
  • Sanqingshan – China (2012)
  • Oki islands Geopark – Japan (2013)
  • Yanqing Geopark – P.R. China(2013)
  • Shennongia Geopark – P.R. China (2013)
  • Mount Kunlun Global Geopark (China)
  • Aso Global Geopark (Japan)
  • Mount Apoi – Japan (2015)
  • Arxan – China (2017)
  • Cheongsong – Rep. of Korea (2017)
  • Keketuohai – China (2017)
  • Qeshm Island – Iran (2017)
  • Guangwushan-Nuoshuihe, China (2018)
  • Huanggang Dabieshan, China (2018)
  • Izu Peninsula, Japan(2018)
  • Mudeungsan Area, Republic of Korea(2018)
  • Satun, Thailand(2018)
  • Cao Bang, Viet Nam(2018)
  • Ciletuh-Palabuhanratu, Indonesia(2018)
  • Rinjani Lombok, Indonesia(2018)

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