Liuzhou is a magical and picturesque land.
Liuzhou was known to people mostly because of a Guangxi folksong in the famous movie “Liu San Jie (Third Sister Liu)”. This trip to Liuzhou, mainly to for the 2012 China Liuzhou International Water Carnival, but let me have a full understanding about Liuzhou, as well as the life of Liuzhou.
This beautiful city has a series of laudatory title of “the world’s first natural bonsai”, “China Stone City”, and “commercial port of Central Guangxi “.
As a national historical and cultural city, Liuzhou has several prehistoric cultural sites such as “Bailian (White Lotus) Cave Site”, “Liujiang Man Site”, “Liujiang wave prehistoric cultural site”, etc.
Liuzhou today has become a vibrant, interpretation of the modern history of the legendary cultural city, tourist city, national garden city not because of its beautiful landscape, favorable environment for economic development and social prosperity, leisure livable, but also because of the “eco-industrial city, livable entrepreneurial city”.
The lively pedestrian street in the evening
There are Han, Zhuang, Miao, Yao, Dong and other 48 ethnic groups living in harmony in the 1.86 square kilometers of land, which become the charming landscape of the city.
Apart from the natural beauty of the mountains and rivers, there’s lots of delicious cuisine in Liuzhou: the well known at home and abroad snail rice noodles, the original ecological local food in the restaurant named “Wangjiangzhai”, which has been a special presentation in the famous video “A Bite of China”.
International Water Carnival, the performers are guests from around the world.
After the hustle and bustle of the day, the night Liuzhou has a different kind of style. Every night, flashing neon lights on both sides of the river just like colorful glowing pearl reflect on the river.
Take a luxury cruise ship on the river at night, fresh and cool.
Happy people on the carnival
Night water motor boats performances