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“Wanfenglin(Forest of Ten Thousand Peaks)”

Wanfenglin Scenic Area
Ranked #1 of 19 things to do in Xingyi
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Reviewed 16 June 2013

Guizhou Province, China boasts beautiful, scenic Karst peak forests and subterranean molded terraced rice fields just 40 minutes from Xingyi. The day was sunny with some clouds producing magnificent lighting of the ethnic minority PuYi villages with white painted buildings, swirling yellow/green fields, and many purple, green, grey, yellow peaks providing the back ground. The streets are narrow which lends to easy view of the homes and gardens. Open air trams are available, for a fee, transporting to the top of one of the smaller peaks for a birds eye view of the villages below and the surrounding peaks. Wanfenglin(Forest of Ten Thousand Peaks)in Xingyi takes up an area of 2, 000 square km and is part of the Yunnan-Guizhou ancient sea. Located at the middle and lower reaches of the Malinghe Gorge (another must see).

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Reviewed 30 April 2013

Wanfenglin, Forest of Ten Thousand Peaks in Xingyi, is one of China’s most beautiful peak forests amidst craggy/magnificent Karst landscape. It is as if you get transported into a scroll painting of green-grey peaks and yellow/green fields. My first visit in Dec 2007 was on a foggy afternoon and not much could be seen during our tram ride! My second visit offered much more impressive and beautiful sceneries that looked like a vast well-manicured lawn interspersed with doll-like houses but it has evolved and become more commercialized over the past 5 years. However, still worthwhile to reminisce!

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