Top attractions in Qiandongnan, Guizhou Province

The Qiandongnan region in Guizhou Province is condensed with the essence of Guizhou's landscapes. Therefore, there are many places worth visiting. Let's take a look together.

Huangguoshu Waterfall scenic area

With Huangguoshu Waterfall as the core, there are 18 magnificent, peculiar, and diverse waterfalls distributed. The scenic spot consists of a huge "family" of waterfalls, as well as caves, stone forests, mountains, forests, and clear waters for people to admire. You can first visit Doupotang Waterfall, the filming location of Journey to the West, and then move on to the Tianxing Bridge scenic spot, which is divided into three areas: natural bonsai, Tianxing Cave, and water stone forest. Finally, head to Huangguoshu Waterfall to have more time to enjoy the beautiful scenery of the waterfall area.

China's Xijiang Qianhu Miao Village

Xijiang Qianhu Miao Village, which preserves the complete "primitive ecology" culture of the Miao minority. Over a dozen natural villages nestled by the mountains and waters are inhabited by the "Xi" branch of the Miao people. The wooden stilt houses of the Miao family on the mountain are stacked one after another, with old houses in coffee color built along the mountain. The Baishui River divides the village into two parts, with the main commercial pedestrian street on one side of the river and an observation platform overlooking the village on the other side.
The Daqikong Scenic Area is a scenic area characterized by primitive forests, canyons, underground rivers, and underground lakes. There is a natural formed arch in the Daqikong Scenic Area called the Tian Sheng Qiao (Heavenly Bridge), known as the "Eastern Arc de Triomphe". The Tian Sheng Qiao has beautiful stalactites on its precipice, layered green forests, resembling a colorful oil painting.

Zhenyuan Ancient Town

Zhenyuan Ancient Town is located beside the Wuyang River, which winds and flows in an "S" shape, resembling the Tai Chi symbol from afar. The most charming sight here is the night view, with the changing lights of Zhusheng Bridge and Qinglong Cave reflecting on the lanterns hanging on the ever-changing riverside. The red lights are dotted in the water, while symphony music, singing, and toasting can be heard echoing between the bars on both sides. It combines perfectly with the gentle flowing of the river, creating a splendid atmosphere.