The Initial Characteristic Towns of China—Guizhou Part 1

The Housing and Construction Department of China has officially announced the name list of the Initial Characteristic Towns of China on 14th, October, 2016, which totally includes 127 Chinese towns. There are 5 characteristic towns of Guizhou selected on the list, comprising Qingyan Ancient Town, Langdai Town, the Town of Maotai, Jiuzhou Old Town as well as Xijiang Miao Village.

Qingyan Ancient Town

Qingyan Ancient Town, located in Huaxi District, the southern suburb of Guiyang, Guizhou Province, 29 kilometers away from the downtown of Guiyang, was built as a garrion town for militaly affairs 600 years ago.

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Recommended delicacies: Qingyan Stewed Pork Feet

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Langdai Ancient Town

Langdai Ancient Town, in Liuzhi Special District of Liupanshan City, is renowned as the western door to Liupanshui city. Its name is originated from the fact that it boats Lang Mountain on the east side while it adjoins Dai Mountain on the west. With more than 16 temples and pagodas built in Ming and Qing dynasties, the town is greatly popular among scholars from all over the world for its for its long history, profound culture and primitive styles of living.

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Langdai Liangfen–Clear Noodles in Chili Sauce

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