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Xupu Fengxiang Yaozhai

Xupu Fengxiang Yaozhai

3.8/58 Reviews
Folk Village
Open all day (Local time)
Xiaoxi Brook

Xiaoxi BrookNearby City

4.6/520 Reviews
Town
Open all day (Local time)
Qinhan Taoyuan Village

Qinhan Taoyuan VillageNearby City

4.3/55 Reviews
Rural Area
Morong Miaozhai

Morong MiaozhaiNearby City

4.3/564 Reviews
Folk Village
China's Dong Nationality Cultural City

China's Dong Nationality Cultural CityNearby City

3.7/536 Reviews
Folk Village
Cultural Experiencial Area
Forest
Theme Park
Resort
Open all day (Local time)
Located in Xiangshipo Provincial Forest Park of Zhijiang Dong Autonomous County, China's Dong Nationality Cultural City features the tourism theme of the culture of the Dong Nationality, and a grand tourism world of folk customs, modern entertainment, vacation and leisure, and forest sightseeing. The scenic spots include the China's Dong Nationality Cultural Museum, the Dong Nationality Folk Custom Tour Area, the recreation villa and others. The Dong Nationality's architectural art embodied by the drum towers, stilted buildings, pavilions and others with unique crafts will hold your breath and bring you a memorable stay. Here, you can fully appreciate the cultural customs of the Dong Nationality.
Tujia Folk Customs Park

Tujia Folk Customs ParkNearby City

4.2/5532 Reviews
Folk Village
8:00-17:00 (Local time)
 Tujia Folk Customs Park is situated in the urban area of Zhangjiajie City, Hunan Province. It is a bright pearl in the natural landscape of Zhangjiajie. Based on the local Xiangxi Toast Castle, here you can enjoy the Tujia style and the wonderful Tujia folk customs. When you play, you will also have the opportunity to watch the ancient Tujia dances of the Tujia nationality. The traditional Maogus dances usually take place before the other types of dances. Before the opening of the dance, you must worship the king of the earth and sing the sacrificial god songs.
Shanjiang Miao Village

Shanjiang Miao VillageNearby City

3.9/5103 Reviews
Folk Village
Open all day (Local time)
Shanjiang Miao Village, also known as the General Barracks, is located in a gorge 20 kilometers northwest of Fenghuang Ancient City. It is a small village with a strong Miao life. Miao language is called Shanjiang, which means that it is a cave. Because there is a cave at the edge of the village, there are so many caves. There is a Miao Museum in the village, and the predecessor was the residence of Miao Wangfu, Miao Wang Long Yunfei. The museum houses Miao silver ornaments and costumes. After visiting the museum, you will come to the square in Miaozhai to watch the Miao songs and dances, the thrilling stepping on the steel knife, and participate in interactive games such as jumping bamboo poles.
Maotianzhou Rape Flower Sea

Maotianzhou Rape Flower SeaNearby City

4.9/57 Reviews
Rural Area
Miao King City

Miao King CityNearby City

4/5202 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Folk Village
8:30-18:00 (Local time)
Miao King City is a well-preserved ancient Miao Fort integrating politics, economy, culture, military heritage and architecture. The fort features stilted buildings with Miao characteristics. Tourists can learn about the history and culture of the Miao people. It is a decent place for cultural landscape. Tourists can walk around the fort, take photos and experience the ancient stilted buildings and Miao building. Tourists can enjoy the leisure times and slow life in the fort as a local people.
Miaoren Valley

Miaoren ValleyNearby City

3.8/589 Reviews
Folk Village
8:00-17:30 (Local time)
Miaoren Valley is a camp for the Miao people's uprising in the Qianlong and Jiaqing periods of the Qing Dynasty. It is located in Shanjiang Town, Fenghuang County, Xiangxi Autonomous Prefecture, Hunan Province. Not only retains the original Miao Village, but also preserves the customary customs of the Phoenix Miao. The unique Miao costumes and bartenders, as well as card drums and roadblock songs, all reflect the songs and dances of the Miao children. The corpse, arrogance and caverns, which were included in the three mysteries of Xiangxi, were covered with a mysterious veil.