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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