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Huangguoshu Waterfall
4.5/5
20,964 Reviews
Waterfall
The Huangguoshu Waterfall was a filming location for the 1986 television production Journey to the West. It gets its name from the “huangguo trees” that grow along the riverbanks. The waterfall is surrounded by lush vegetation, gorges, limestone caves, stone outcroppings, and rock pillars in a classic karst landscape. Centered around Huangguoshu Waterfall, 18 unique waterfalls line this stretch of river. Known for their power, strength, treacherousness, and beauty, they comprise one of the world’s great groups of waterfalls.
Xijiang Qianhu Miao Village
4.2/5
11,977 Reviews
Village
Xijiang Qianhu Miao Village is a very large village of the Miao, one of China's minority groups, and is composed of more than a dozen smaller villages built on the side of the mountain. Within the village are the Miao group's unique wooden houses, called Diaojiaolou. At night, when all the lights of these houses turn on, the view is beautiful. When you come to Xijiang Qianhu Miao Village, in addition to enjoying the scenery, you'll also experience the Miao's way of living. Here you can enjoy a special "long table feast," as well as a variety of Miao specialties, which are mostly sour and spicy.
Libo Seven Small Arches (Xiaoqikong) Scenic Area
4.6/5
10,486 Reviews
Lake
Waterfall
The Libo Seven Small Arches Scenic Area is located among the karst peaks south of the Libo County urban area. The attraction gets its name from a seven-arched bluestone bridge that crosses the noisy river there. The site incorporates all the beauty of mountains, water, trees, caves, lakes, and waterfalls. This natural splendor has combined with the authentic cultural flavor of the Tujia and Yao people of the area to bring fame to the area. Attractions like the ancient seven-arched bridge, the water forest, the crouching dragon pool, and Mandarin Duck Lake make the area like an earthly fairyland.
Mount Fanjing
4.4/5
4,689 Reviews
Mount Fanjing is famous as both a summer retreat and a Buddhist mountain. It is rich in flora and fauna, including rare species like the gray snub-nosed monkey and the dove tree. Take the sightseeing car from the entrance gate to the aerial tramway. Take the tram and then continue walking, and you will see the magnificent “Mushroom Rock,” a rock formation that has stood tall on the mountain for 1 billion years. To the left of the mountain peak is Red Cloud Golden Peak, and to the right is Old Golden Peak. Both make beautiful photographs.
Qingyan Ancient Town
4.3/5
5,157 Reviews
Ancient Settlement
Qingyan Historic Town is located in Huaxi District, the southern suburb of Guiyang City. Together with Zhenyuan, Bingan and Longli, they are known as the four ancient towns of Guizhou. The historic town was built in the Ming Dynasty. It was once a military fortress. The town has preserved a large number of ancient buildings from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. It is also the shooting location for the movie "The Missing Gun". You can take a walk on the Qingshiban Road in Qingyan Historic Town, look at the exquisite ancient architecture, and taste snacks such as the braised pork feet during your leisurely holiday.
Zhijin Cave
4.7/5
4,299 Reviews
Cave
Located in Zhijin County, Bijie City, Guizhou Province, Zhijin Cave is a trove of precious cave resources, full of stalagmites and stone pillars of every form creating an incredibly varied karst cave setting. The sheer variety of stalactites here enchants the eyes. Entering the cave is like entering a multi-colored fantasy world, a breathtaking work of art by nature.

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