Click for Photo Peach blossom field in Guian New Area
Guian New Area, China’s state approved national-level new area in Guizhou, mid-Western China, is drawing attention from tourists as pink flowers bloom in its new scenic area, currently the largest peach blossom field in China.
In addition to peach blossoms, the area also is rich in scenery, culture and history. It is home to the prehistoric Niupodong Cave Site, one of the biggest archaeology findings in China, and Wanhua Monastery, a sacred Buddhist site in Guizhou.
Visitors in the region also can discover the authentic culture of 17 different ethnic minority groups, including the Miao, Bouyi, Dong, Zhuang, Yao and Bai.
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