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The mountains in this place let me feel like I was inside Zion National Park. The management of the site is super. I have visited more than twenty famous travel places in China, the management in this place is the No.1. The scenic sites are...More
This is a great place to spend your day viewing beautiful cascades and historic sites. It is a bit over-developed (no natural paths, all paved, etc.) but still quite nice. When I was there it was not terribly crowded and there was plenty of time...More
We are here right now...the whole place is so so...more for chinese tourist than foreigners...its like every water coming out from a hole is a waterfall for them...and they make an attraction out of it...boring seriously....
We travelled 4 hours from Guiyang to visit this World Heritage site but were terribly disappointed. The whole place is under construction and it is almost impossible to use the walkways. Over crowding makes it even more unbearable with hundreds of people competing for a...More
The Xiaoqikong sights are worthy of its inclusion as a world natural heritage site. Approximately 30 minutes from Libo town, the sight offers wonderful landscapes, rushing rivers and waterfalls. The optional transports between various key sights is a little 'too chinese', but it's certainly welcomed...More
We just visit the place yesterday...low season... very nice. We felt like VIP's. Libo is a city on the end of the highway but is worth to go there. Around Libo you have a lot of nature scenic points which you can visit. One of...More
With Huangguoshu in close 2nd place, "Xiao Qi Kong" is the most beautiful place I have seen in Guizhou Province. From the entrance, it took us about six hours to walk along the fast moving river to the other end. There are countless waterfalls and...More
At the time of our visit, it wasn't too crowded. I agree with other reviewers that seeing attractions during the week is best, advice I follow as a matter of course. Guizhou was in a rainy period so I suspect tourists were fewer in number...More
If you are going to go, I highly suggest you ride the golf carts instead of driving in yourself. The tour guide can provide valuable information, and in addition, the service is very convenient. There are three or four destinations before the Seven Small Arches...More