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Qingwafang Ancient Village

Qingwafang Ancient Village

4.2/563 Reviews
Ancient Settlement
9:00-17:30 (Monday to Friday); 9:00-18:00 (Saturday to Sunday). (Local time)
Qingwafang Ancient Village is located in Xialing Village, Shibu Town, Xixiangtang District, Nanning City. It is characterized by ancient buildings from the Qing Dynasty and is complemented by various art designs. There are whole brick buildings and stone slabs, stone arch bridges, bamboo forests, locomotives, green leather train cars, glass rope bridges, etc. Each step is a different landscape. There are snacks such as Zhongshan Road snacks and Chongqing specialty products on both sides of the street.
Yangmei Ancient Town

Yangmei Ancient Town

3.7/5179 Reviews
Ancient Settlement
8:30-18:00 (Local time)
Yangmei Ancient Town is a beautiful ancient town built during the Song Dynasty in the southwest of Nanning and was once a major commercial hub for the region. The town includes more than 200 ancient buildings and eight ancient streets, the more complete of which include Qing Dynasty Street, Ming Dynasty House, Kuixing Building and Huangshi Manor. Foodies will find no shortage of specialty foods in the ancient town, including Yangmei sand cake, Zuojiang fish and more.
Sujian Chenghuang Temple

Sujian Chenghuang Temple

5/53 Reviews
Historical Site
Binzhou Ancient City

Binzhou Ancient City

4.1/577 Reviews
Ancient Settlement
Formerly called "Lusheng Ancient Town", the ancient city of Binzhou is one of the four old towns in Guangxi and the political, economic and cultural middle of Binyang County. The ancient city of Binzhou has been a well-known business since the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Today's hand workshops are more advanced. Every year, the first lunar month of the lunar calendar is a valuable festival in the ancient town of Lusong. The Dragon Festival will be replaced by old clothes and tossing firecrackers against the dancing dragons on the street until the skeleton of the dragon is toasted. Many people will still walk under the dragon's belly to pray for good fortune.
Dalu Village Folk Customs Tourism Area

Dalu Village Folk Customs Tourism Area

4.5/531 Reviews
Ancient Settlement
Dalu Village Folk Customs Tourist Area has a large volume of ancient dwellings, with intact structures, meticulous planning, and an excellent natural environment, as well as rich folk culture and many cultural relics. The ancient residential buildings of the Dalu Village Folk Customs Tourist Area were built in the Ming Dynasty and the Qing Dynasty. They are comprised of nine ancient houses and buildings, including the Qi Er Building, Sanda Hall, Shuangqing Hall, Dongyuan Villa and the Laoshi Shrine Pot. This site serves as a testament to the brilliance of the past and has high value for the research of humanity and the appreciation of our history.
Zuojiang Huashan Rock Art

Zuojiang Huashan Rock Art

4.1/5103 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site  
Zuojiang Huashan Rock Art, broadly speaking, refers to the ancient rock paintings found in the area inhabited by the Zhuang Ethnic Group in Guangxi. However, most people's knowledge of the rock art is for the representative mural that was painted on the cliffs in Ningming County. For visitors who are interested in exploring this kind of ancient murals, taking a boat tour will be a good way to do so. Visitors can enjoy the beautiful scenery of mountains and rivers along the way.
Boundary Monument No.5 in the Great Qing Dynasty

Boundary Monument No.5 in the Great Qing Dynasty

4.2/581 Reviews
Historical Site
Located below Beilun River Bridge beside Dongxing Port, Boundary Monument No.5 in the Great Qing Dynasty has a long history. It was once a boundary monument on the border of China and Vietnam but following the establishment of Boundary Monument No.1369, it was relegated to a symbol of history. Many tourists come here to take photos with the monument. Moreover, Beilun River Bridge, Ho Chi Minh Pavilion and a Vietnamese-style street also deserve a visit.
Pingxiang Friendship Pass

Pingxiang Friendship Pass

4.4/5826 Reviews
Historical Site
Built in the Hongwu Period of the Ming Dynasty, the Pingxiang Friendship Pass was called Zhennan Pass in ancient times. The steep cliffs of Zuoyu Mountain stand to the left of the small fort that occupies the pass, while the steep cliffs of Fushan Mountain tower to the right. Both sets of cliffs can be climbed for a look around. One of the two mountains is shorter than the other. After climbing up to the top of the shorter one, visitors can admire the ancient fort and appreciate the history and majesty of the former town of Nanguan. Upon reaching the summit of the taller mountain, visitors can enjoy the beautiful scenery of the Sino-Vietnamese border. At present, the Pingxiang Friendship Pass is an important passageway on the Sino-Vietnamese border.
Han Dynasty Tomb Group of Hepu

Han Dynasty Tomb Group of Hepu

3.8/551 Reviews
Cemetery
Closed on Monday, Tuesday-Sunday: 09:30-17:00, 17:00 stop admission (Local time)
The Han Dynasty Tomb Group of Hepu is located in the eastern suburb of Hepu County, Beihai City. It is an important cultural site of Hepu County and Hepu Port in the Han Dynasty. It is the largest Chinese tomb group in China. The Han Dynasty Tomb Group of Hepu are divided into two parts: the cultural relics unearthed from the Han Tomb and the physical display of the underground burial chamber. The unearthed cultural relics exhibition hall displays a number of unearthed cultural relics. The physical exhibition of the underground burial chamber displays mainly the Donghan brick room tomb of the original site protection and migration restoration.
Little Liancheng

Little Liancheng

4.1/548 Reviews
Historical Site
Mountain
Little Liancheng, located in Liancheng station, Lianquan village, Youyi Township, Pingxiang city, is a famous ancient battery group, built by Yuanchun Su, Guangxi governor in the late Qing dynasty, and general for resisting the French. After the Sino-French War, in order to better defend against the invasion of foreign enemies, he built three batteries on the top of the mountain—on the left and right, and in the middle. The left one could protect the Zhennan pass and the right one could control the pass of Shuikou. The batteries are connected with the Xiadong and the battery at Shuikou, looking regal.