An unknown wonderland in Jiangxi
December is knocking at the door, however autumn is still lingering on in Guangdong. With a nip in the air, we are here to introduce you to a trip to Longmen suitable for this season, where you can enjoy rural leisure, savor local delicacies, bring back special souvenirs, and take a dip in an amazing hot spring.
The Panwang Festival is the grandest festival exclusive to the Yao ethnic group, who mainly reside in South China. Enjoying a time-honored history of over 1,700 years, the festival falls on the 16th day of the 10th lunar month every year.
Our feathered friends are back. Over the past two weeks, nearly 100 great cormorants were spotted flying over OCT Wetland in Shenzhen while great numbers of other bird species were also detected at Futian Mangrove Ecological Park and Shenzhen Bay.
Paddy fields are expected to ripen and turn into golden seas between the end of October and mid-November. Shutterbugs and rural life lovers can get ready to enjoy and record these nice views.
Across the vast lands of South China lie numerous ancient post roads which stand witness to the over 2,000-year-long history of exchange between South China and the Central Plains.