Travel Facts & Cultures

Guilin History

Guilin History

Guilin was first established (214BC) by the Emperor Qinshihuang (the First Emperor in China's imperial history). It connected the South and central China with its good location beside the junction of the two waterways (Xiang River and Li River), which made it a significant historical city.

Guilin Culture Festivals

Guilin Culture Festivals

In Guilin, besides the attractive landscape scenery and human sight, the colorful ethnic customs and festivals are also obsessed.

Guangxi History

Guangxi History

Guangxi boasts a long history. It was known as a part of the Baiyue, which mainly refers to the Lingnan region. In 214BC, the area was unified by the Emperor Qinshihuang and first became part of China with the establishment of Guilin County.

Yangshuo Facts

Yangshuo Facts

Yangshuo attracts a great number of tourists from home and abroad with its beautiful and peaceful natural scenery. There are many scenic spots in Yangshuo, such as the West Street, Yulong River...

Li River Facts

Li River Facts

Li River, located in the eastern part of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, was selected as one of the world's top 10 watery wonders by America's National Geographic magazine.

Sanjiang Facts

Sanjiang Facts

Sanjiang is a county situated at the south part of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, under Liuzhou city administration, features at Dong' minority cultures and beautiful mountain scenery.

Longsheng Longji Facts

Longsheng Longji Facts

Longsheng is home to the famous Longji terrace built along the slope winding from the riverside up to the Longji mountain top, with Zhuang and Yao minority villages built on the mountainous areas.

Xing'an Facts

Xing'an Facts

Xing'an county of Guilin is the source of Xiang River and Li River as well as the location of the oldest canal (Ling Canal) in the world.