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Also unforgettable was our experience driving through Beijing in an old fashioned motorcycle side car followed by lunch with a local family in their traditional hutong house.
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Guizhou

This subtropical southwestern province is best-known for its picturesque limestone landscapes and the diverse ethnic minorities that call its mountains home. The mountainous areas along its borders boast rich plant diversity, while the vast wetlands of Caohai Lake are the largest in southwest China, home to more than 180 bird species, including crane and storks.

Travel in Guizhou usually entails a trip to Huangguoshu Waterfall, the largest waterfall in China, a trip to Miao and Dong minority villages, a scenic tour of Xingi's striking karst formations and bird-watching at Weiling's Caohai Lake. This mountainous province is a great place for hiking, cave exploring and visits to ancient cities and remote ethnic villages.

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