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About Bama

Bama Yao Autonomous County is located in the northwest of the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region and is under the administration of Hechi City. Bama is famous as a place for long life. Out of the five areas in the world with the longest-lived populations, Bama has the highest proportion of centenarians. The area has therefore been honored as “The World Capital of Long Life and an Auspicious and Sacred Place for the Chinese.” Here you will find natural attractions like Baimo Cave (“Hundred Demon Cave”), Bainiao Grotto (“Hundred Bird Rock”), and the Crystal Palace, as well as cultural attractions that probe the mysteries of long life and provide a taste of local customs.

Popular Attractions in Bama

Baimo Cave
592 Reviews
Geological Sites
Located in the western Poyue Village, Jiazhuan Country, Bama County, Hechi City, Guangxi Province, Baimo Cave is a splendid limestone cave. Panyang River runs through it. The main scenic spots include Peacock Greeting, Monkey King of Jin Mountain and Du Fu statue, which shows the poet reciting a poem. During midsummer, numerous rock fountains flow from the top of the cave. Springs at the bottom of the cave fill up the ponds. You can wade through them in the shallow area and paddle a boat in the deep area. In the west, the springs from the cave converge with the Panyang River from Renxiang in the cave.
Bama Crystal Palace
375 Reviews
Geological Sites
Bama Crystal Palace is located in Bama, a town well-known for its longevity in Hechi. Entering the Bama Crystal Palace, visitors see transparent mushroom-shaped crystals on the ground and different types of white stalactites hung in the air just like crystal balls, as well as crystal flowers and grass. Visitors are surrounded by shiny jade columns and jade bamboo shoots. Every attraction will make visitors marvel at the power of nature.
Bama Longevity Village
221 Reviews
Folk Village
Bama Longevity Village is located in Bapan Hamlet in Pingan Village, Jiazhuan Township. It is a magical and beautiful place tucked in the mountains in Northern Guangxi. Many people here have lived a very long life, ever since ancient times. It is one of the world’s famous longevity villages. The village is situated by Qingshan Mountain and the Panyang River passes around the village. Visitors can walk through a small stone arch bridge to enter the village, surrounded by beautiful scenery. The highlight of the village are the centenarians. Residents that have lived up to 100 years in age have a commemorative plate in front of their door, indicating their age and birth date.
Bama Birds Rock
415 Reviews
Geological Sites
Bama Birds Rock is also known as Birds Cave because of swallows inhabiting, and bats flying around the cave. There are stones of various shapes such as stone eagle, stone pillar, stone curtain and stone Guanyin. Around the stone platform are fairy dressing and conch stone, and opposite the stone snail are stone desks, stone jars and stone pine cones. The peculiar sight is like Guilin reed flute rock and is also reputed by visitors as "water reed flute rock" because it cannot be visited without boating.

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Frequently Asked Questions

I recommended Baimo Cave, Bama Birds Rock, Bama Crystal Palace, Panyang River.
Here are the best places to visit in Bama, including: Baimo Cave, Bama Birds Rock, Bama Crystal Palace, Bama Longevity Village, Panyang River.
The temperature in Bama is warm in all seasons. Now there are many places where health people are eager to catch up, but there may not be many tourists.