Tengchong, a low-profile gem with hot springs, wetland and more
During the 15th China (Shenzhen) International Cultural Industries Fair held recently, a list of the most beautiful counties in China was released. Among the 219 counties on the list, seven of them are in Guangdong. So what are these seven counties and what enables them to garner such an honor? In this article we will examine these counties in Guangdong and their charm.
The town, actually a county, is called Songyang, and it enjoys a reputation as “the most beautiful village in China” and was praised as “the last fairyland in Jiangnan” by Chinese National Geography.
When Chinese people are asked to imagine spending time on an island, Hainan is the tropical destination most likely to come to mind. But that daydream quickly evaporates after thoughts about the dense crowds known for swarming those beaches arise.
In China, a vast country with astonishingly different and spectacular landscapes, Guizhou plays a low-profile role and is seldom included on most people’s must-go list.
Gansu has beat Kamakura in Japan and Raja Ampat in Indonesia to be rated as one of the top tourist attractions in Asia by Lonely Planet.