Established 600 years ago by Zhuang ethnic minority, Bamei (cave in the forest) is a quiet and picturesque village accessible only by small boats through a dark cave river. It is agricultural with traditional Malan houses, clear streams, green fields, bamboo groves and banyan trees and has 119 families who live and practise centuries-old farming methods. A memorable experience as we rode in horse carts, boats and walk into this unique settlement untouched by modernity! Best time to visit is March for the fields are yellow with flowering rapeseed plants. A serene restful sight to behold!
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