Kaili travel guide

Kaili in brief Kaili, a city with beautiful scenes and rich ethnic customs in Qiandongnan Miao and Dong Autonomous Prefecture, is 197 kilometers away from Guiyang City, the capital of Guizhou Province. Kaili is a cultural hub of Miao and Dong ethnic minorities especially the center of Miao culture with 28,000 Miao people (accounts for 63% of the total population of Kaili). In Miao language, Kaili means a city formed from cultivation, it is a region inhabited by more than 20 ethnic minorities which live on the traditional agriculture including Miao, Dong, Yao, Dai, Man, Hui, Molao, etc. Hailed as the Hometown of Festivals, more than 130 festivals are held in Kaili every year. With titles of a Provincial Civilized City, one of the 20 Harmonies City of China elected by the public, Kaili is also a Chinese Excellent Tourism City with many traditional ethnic villages scattered in the nearby mountains, which make it a popular destination for people who want to explore the Chinese ancient ethnic culture. History of Kaili Splendid ethnic culture and traditions of Miao and Dong people Kaili city's history can be traced back to the Spring and Autumn Period (722 BC 482 BC), and it has a...More information about Kaili »

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