Where can I see the most beautiful rapeseed flowers in Wuyuan?

Wuyuan blooms with a large expanse of golden flowers every spring. The fragrant rapeseed flowers, accompanied by the dense rain strands of the Jiangnan region, outline the yearning of tourists for that yellow flower field. But with so many Wuyuan travel guides online, it can be overwhelming to decide between the east route and the west route. Which route is the most suitable for flower viewing? Don't worry, just go to Wuyuan to see the rapeseed flowers and this guide will be enough!

This is the most famous flower-viewing spot in Wuyuan, and it is also representative of Wuyuan's pastoral scenery. Here, there are rapeseed flowers everywhere, in terraced fields, scattered from the mountaintop to the valley below. The rapeseed flowers are layered and endless, with a few small villages surrounded in the middle, and beyond the black-tiled white walls is a dazzling golden scenery, very stunning.

Likeng Village

Li Keng is the name of an ancient village. There is a long river with deep water in this village, and the locals call this deep water "keng". Since the people in the village all have the last name Li, the name "Li Keng" came into being, which is a bit puzzling yet unique. Here, you can see mottled white walls, quaint eaves, and a murmuring creek in front of the door. The small wooden bridge, stone path, and bamboo canopy boats are scattered with scattered rapeseed flowers. Yes, you must go to the highest point of Li Keng to overlook this town and see the white walls, black tiles, and yellow flowers, which is extremely beautiful.

Moon Bay

In fact, Moon Bay is a small island in the shape of a moon. It is passed on the way to Li Keng. Next to Moon Bay, you can see a small village and picturesque rice fields. The best view of Moon Bay is from the nearby hill, where a small viewing platform has been specially built. From the platform, you can see the complete crescent shape of the moon. During the blooming season of rapeseed flowers, the entire "moon" is golden yellow.
Sixi and Yancun are actually two villages, connected by a small river and a road. The village is mainly comprised of Ming and Qing Dynasty buildings, with paved stone streets. The ancient buildings are backed by green mountains, facing clear streams and flower fields, nestled in the natural scenery of Jin Feng Xiu Ling and Qingxi Bihe. The houses blend seamlessly with the natural environment, creating a picturesque and poetic atmosphere. In addition, this place served as the filming location for the 1987 version of "Strange Stories from a Chinese Studio" and the 2004 TV series "Blue and White Porcelain", as well as the prototype location for the lilac girl in Dai Wangshu's famous poem "Rain Alley".
"Xiaoqi" is divided into Upper Xiaoqi and Lower Xiaoqi. It is said that the scenery is the most beautiful in Wuyuan. The villages are all built in the Ming and Qing styles and are well-preserved. The ground is paved with bluestone roads, giving it an ancient charm. There are two famous things here: thousand-year-old camphor trees and Xiaoqi imperial chrysanthemums. Xiaoqi has a continuous path with rapeseed fields on both sides. Walking through the flowers, the fragrance is overwhelming, and taking photos of this path is also very beautiful.

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