Guizhou Facts

Guizhou, a southwestern province in china, has an area of 174,000 sq km, and the capital is Guiyang city. Guizhou is famous for the dramatic landscapes and rich ethnic minority culture. From Guiyang to the west, you will appreciate the Huangguoshu Waterfall, the largest one in Asia, as well as the unique Karst landscapes around. Visiting the southeast of Guizhou, like Kaili, where the majority of ethnic villages are located, you can explore different ethnic culture in different minority villages.

The picturesque scenery of Guizhou is unique and marvelous, for most of these are made by the widely dispersed karst topography. Besides, most of the scenic spots have connection with hills, caves and waterfalls, such as the Yellow Fruit Tree Waterfall (Huangguoshu Waterfall), the Anshun Water Cave of Dragon Palace, the Gold-Knit Cave, Red Maple Lake, Flower Stream, and the Lesser Seven-Arched Scenic Site etc.

Meanwhile, Guizhou has a large number of ethnic minorities, so the colorful costumes and custom of the ethnic minority groups become really highlights of China Travel experiences, such as the group dance of the Yi people, wine song and bronze drum of the Bouyei people, and festivals like the March 3 Festival (in Chinese lunar calendar), the Torch Festival, and the Dragon Boat Festival, etc.

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