Ganzhou: a City of Surprises
Ganzhou is a relatively unknown city located in Jiangxi Province, to the southeast of China. The fact that it does not feature on most Chinese itineraries does not mean it should be overlooked, though. Ganzhou is a city steeped in history, as I discovered upon my visit there. My first day was packe ..
Majestic Mountains of Qianxinan
Qianxinan is one of Guizhou’s more remote regions, but it is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful and iconic places to visit in Guizhou. The landscape of Qianxinan is dominated by, you guessed it, mountains! Everywhere I looked, there seemed to be verdant, green mountains stretching out to infinit ..
The Venice of China
Suzhou has always been high-up on my list of places to visit in China since many have likened this unique city to Venice, Italy. Since I’ve never had the chance to go to Venice, Suzhou would hopefully offer a similar vibe. Indeed, as I wandered aimlessly through the city, I discovered that there we ..
Pink Dolphins in Qinzhou
Qinzhou is a beautiful city in Guangxi, but it is tucked away near the coast, which makes it a little difficult to reach, and thus, not brimming with tourists. My first day in Qinzhou was possibly the best as I was able to go to Sanniang Bay. The bay is a haven of beaches, palm trees and restaurant ..
The Many Faces of Nanning
Nanning is the capital city of Guangxi, and is usually not considered by tourists as a hip city to visit. However, Nanning has plenty of hidden secrets and some seriously beautiful and vibrant attractions to checkout. My first day in Nanning was spent exploring the city. I visited the botanical gar ..
Guilin is perhaps the most well-known area of Guangxi as it is a mecca for backpackers and adventurers both from China and afar. The city of Guilin had plenty to offer in terms of sights, but the most memorable event was taking a cruise down the Four Rivers Two Lakes scenic area. Buildings are lit ..