Sanjiang travel guide

Sanjiang in brief Sanjiang is a Dong Autonomous County lying in the North of the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Southern China. Located just a few kilometers away from the Guizhou Province border to the northwest and the Hunan Province to the northeast, Sanjiang connects with the Longji Terraces of Longsheng and is a fresh tourist destination not far away from the marvelous city of Guilin. Sanjiang, literally meaning the three rivers as it is actually crossed by the rivers Xun, Miao and Rong, enjoys a monsoon subtropical humid climate. As a part of the Guangxi, this particular county is known for having the largest number of Dong minority people (172 000, 6,85% of all Chinas Dong people). Dong people are famous for their unique folklore, customs and colorful costumes and enjoy a rich traditional ethnic culture and history in China together with other 8 minorities present too in the area: the Zhuang, Miao, Yao, Manchu, Hui, Maonan, Gelao and Yi. Travelers having an extra day to spend in Guangxi after Longsheng, Yangshuo or Guilin will for sure appreciate to visit this remote county where flourishes great highlights. The must-see attraction of Sanjiang: the Chengyang Wind Rain Br...More information about Sanjiang »

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