If there is no time to go deep into the Miao, Yao, Yao and Zhuang minority counties and towns in Guangxi, this is a concentrated area for the production and life of the ethnic minorities and for understanding the general picture of their production, life and history.
The Guangxi Ethnic Cultural Relics Garden is located beside the Guangxi Museum in Nanning City. It is a local and unique open-air exhibition hall of ethnic cultural relics. There are unique residential buildings here, and their daily necessities and handicrafts are also displayed in the residences of various ethnic groups.
This garden is actually the back garden of the Guangxi Museum, with a small door to access, but another one. Summer time to visit, there is a lot of tropical rainforest flavor. The ethnic group more reflected in the inside some of the ethnic characteristics of the buildings and sculptures, cultural relics I do not see. That super-big brass drum must be a copy.
First of all, the transportation is very convenient (you can walk a few steps back from the subway exit). Secondly, you don’t need tickets. The most important thing is that it is suitable for taking pictures of ancient styles. Personally, the biggest highlight is Fengyu Bridge. In addition to Fengyu Bridge, there are also large fort, Lusheng pillars and stage of the Miao nationality (I saw a performance with ethnic characteristics when I went there). It's a very quiet place in the busy city, which is good.
The original iconic building, the big brass drums, is now removed, but the views are good
It was good before, and it is being re-tweaked. I hope it is better!
The old view of Nanning is not bad now, but it is recommended to go elsewhere.
The bridge is flowing with water and the green bamboo is a nice place
Preston_Dominguez: 21 Gucheng Rd, Qingxiu Qu, Nanning Shi, Guangxi Zhuangzuzizhiqu, China
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Nanhu Park,Yongjiang River,Nanning People's Park,Guangxi Science and Technology Museum,Jinhua Tea Garden