Visit Guangxi and Guilin
For many people Guangxi in China's ethnically diverse south-west is the very essence of rural, romantic China.
It is one of China's most picturesque regions and has long been a popular subject of poetry, paintings and photography.
Top itineraries in Guangxi and Guilin
Ask most first time visitors to China where they want to go, and they will probably list: Beijing, Xian, Chengdu, Guilin and Shanghai.
Guangxi is the very soul of rural China. It’s a romantic region that’s been the subject of many paintings, which capture a landscape of soaring limestone karsts, rising out of blue-green rivers, while conical-hatted farmers work in the lush green paddy fields.
Discover the ethnic minorities of the Dong and Miao in the Guizhou region and take a cruise down the Li River, through stunning limestone landscapes.
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Where to go in Guangxi and Guilin
Some of China's most dramatic rice terracing can be seen at Longji, a range of hills whose name translates as ‘Dragon's Backbone'.
A cruise along the meandering Li River (Li Jiang) from Guilin to Yanshuo offers up some of the best scenery in south-west China.
Zhaoxing is one of the most attractive Dong villages in China, famed throughout the country for its traditional architecture and impressive collection of timber houses.
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