No.2 Weizhou Island Weizhou Island is the largest volcanic island in China. Situated in Beihai, Guangxi Province, Weizhou Island remains one of the most popular attractions of the province. The natural landscape, beach and Catholic Church are the highlights of the island. There are also many fishing villages which add to the rustic scenery.
You might have seen the stunning scenery of Guilin Mountain and water. But do you know where is the Li River firstly originated? It has a very lovely name, the Mao’er Mountain which means Kitty mountain in English. People name it like this because if you look at the main pea from the distance, it … More Mao’er Mountain National Scenic Park
Ban Gioc Falls or Detian Falls are 2 waterfalls located in Daxin County on the Chinese side, and in the district of Trung Khanh, on the Vietnamese side. Showcasing a classic Asian landscape of rocky outcrops towering over lush rice paddies, these falls produce a dreamy, silky mist over the tiers of this 300-foot-wide-plus cascade … More Appreciate Roaring Detian Falls in Nanning
People of Bama country are famous for longevity. The 1,976 square kilometer county is under the administration of Hechi city in the Guangxi region of China. Yao, Zhuang and Han are the three different ethnic communities living in this region. Bama is a semi tropical place. The lowest temperature is 16.9 degree Celsius and highest … More Bama County – famous for life longevity
Weizhou Island is youngest as well as biggest volcanic island in China. It is situated twenty one nautical miles away from Beihai City in Tnkin Gulf, which is a South China Sea arm. It covers approximately twenty five square kilometers area, with six kilometers from north to south and five kilometers from east to west. … More Weizhou Island – the Nature’s Aquarium