Zhaisha Village,a Dong Minority village,is located at the foot of Fanjingshan Mountain in southwest China's Guizhou Province.Villagers living at the foot of the mountain have also avoided damaging the mountain environment. Residents of Zhaisha Village
The Stone-carved Buddha is located in Xiashui village,Guiyang City,Southwest China's Hunan Province.Towering above the landscape of Xiashui village, 16 kilometers outside of Guiyang, is a gigantic Buddha statue peering down at the scenery below.Hewn o
Daqikong Scenic Area,located in Libo County of Guizhou Province, is famous for Daqikong Bridge, Dream Pond, Natural Bridge, and Evil Wind Cave. Daqikong Bridge was built in 1877 along an important trade route between Guizhou and Guangxi in ancient China.
Located in Libo County, Qiannan City of Guizhou Province, Xiaoqikong Scenic Area is a top attraction in Qiannan City.Honoured as “SmallJiuzhaigou”, Xiaoqikong Scenic Area is best known for the seven-arched Xiaoqikong Bridge, which is a landmark of Libo Zh
The Scenic Area of One-hundred-li Azalea Belt is situated at the intersection of Dafang and Qianxi Counties, Bijie City, Guizhou Province. Extending 50 kilometers (about 31 miles) in length on a narrow hill, it is the largest natural azalea belt in China.
Jiudongtian Scenic Area is located on the border between Nayong and Dafang counties in Guizhou Province. Being situated about 228 kilometers from Guiyang, it covers an area of about 10 square kilometers. Tourists can travel in this scenic area either alon
Caohai Lake, located in the outskirts of Weining County of Guizhou Province,is the largest natural freshwater lake in Guizhou Plateau. Usually, the lake occupies an area of about 30 square kilometers with an elevation of about 2,200 meters. The whole lake
Zhijin Cave Scenic Area is located in Zhijin County, Bijie City, Guizhou Province. The scenic area has four parts: Zhijin Old Town, Zhijin Cave, Jiehe Gorge and Hongjia Ferry among which the Zhijin Cave is the most attractive and famous.Zhijin Cave, also
Dong ethnic minority lives primarily in the border regions between Guizhou, Hunan and Hubei Provinces, and it was during the Tang Dynasty (618-907), that this minority separated from the mixed minority 'Bai Yue', naming themselves Dong. Now their
Bouyei minority can be traced back to ancient Baiyue ethnic groups as a branch.Since the Stone Age the Bouyei ethnic minority have inhabited what is nowGuizhou Province. Their main living areas are now Bouyei and the Qinxinan Buyei Autonomous Prefecture,