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7 Natural Wonders In China’s Guizhou Province That Will Captivate You

See them before the big crowds arrive

So you’ve waded through the sea of tourists at the Great Wall,¬†Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City; now it’s time to take a break from the crowds and find tranquility in the less man-made wonders that China is famous for. Fall in love with nature in the little-known southwestern province of Guizhou. Rich in breathtaking natural landscapes and traditional villages, Guizhou is one of China’s must-visit travel destinations.

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1. Beipanjiang Bridge Guanxing

Towering 366 metres above the Beipan River, this bridge near Guizhou’s Zhenfeng County was the highest bridge in the world when it opened in 2003. A suspension bridge on Guanxing Highway, it serves both cars and pedestrians at the side walkways. From the bridge, you get a bird’s eye view of the vast Beipan River gorge, its mountain ridges and steep cliffs. A stunning sight that shows you what natural beauty Guizhou has to offer.

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