Located in the south of our country and adjacent to Beibu Gulf and Vietnam, the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region is renowned for some of the most beautiful natural landscapes in all of China and its cultural diversity. Zhuang is the main ethnic group in Guangxi, with Miao, Dong, Yao, Yi, and Hui minorities.
Guangxi is one of the most popular regions for our customers after Yunnan, and its main tourist attractions are the landscapes along the Li River between Guilin and Yangshuo, the rice terraces of Longji, and its picturesque villages like Sanjiang and Danian.
The province also has pretty sandy beaches around Beihai and lesser-known spectacular natural sites like the Detian waterfalls.
Nautical activities, trekking and hiking, rafting, bike or scooter rides, and cultural tourism of Guangxi offer a wide range of choices for lovers of authentic travel.
Area: 236,700 km²
Average annual temperature: 19 degrees
Geography: It is located in the south of China and adjacent to Beibu Gulf and Vietnam.
Population: 50,126,804 inhabitants. (In 2021)
Altitude: Region of low altitudes oscillating between sea level and 800 m for the rice terraces of Longji. The highest point is 1000 m above sea level
Ethnic minorities: Zhuang for 1/3 of the population, Miao, Yao, Dong, Yi, Hui
Economy: Rice, sugar cane, fruit, stationery, tourism, port trade
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