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Location

Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, abbreviated as Gui, is an autonomous region lies in the southern China. It adjoins Yunnan to the west, Hunan to the northeast, Guangdong to the east and southeast. It faces the Beibu Gulf on the South China Sea and is bounded with Vietnam to the southwest. Guangxi has a land area of 236,700 square kilometers and Nanning is the provincial capital of the province.

Geography and climate

Terrain of Guangxi is generally a mountainous area with mountains and plateaus all round, flat area in the central and southern parts. It declines from the northwest to the southeast. Also karst landforms are another large part of the province, which account for 37.8% of the whole area.

Climate in Guangxi belongs to a subtropical monsoon climate which is typical of rainy, warm and humid.


Culture

Guangxi is a autonomous region for Zhuang ethnic minority, but Guangxi also has many Han people and other ethnic minorities like Yao, Miao, Dong and so on. Therefore, Guangxi has a diversified culture with diverse ethnic customs. Its traditional culture also has a close connection with the Cantonese of Guangdong province. There are several languages spoken in Guangxi, like Southwestern Mandarin, Cantonese, Zhuang language and Pinghua.

Tourism

Spectacular landscapes in Guangxi have attracted many tourists there every year. In addition to the diverse ethnic customs, attractive natural karst formation scenery, and special local flavors, Guangxi tops in the list of hot tourism destinations. When travel to Guangxi, Guilin and Yangsuo are the must visit places where you can see the Li River, Elephant Trunk Hill, Seven-Star Park, Reed Flute Cave, Fubo Hill and West Street.
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