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      Are you bored of the hustle and bustle of city life? Are you dying for a breath of natural fresh air? Are you curious about diverse cultures and exotic flavors in China? Then you should visit Yangshuo, a small town in Southern China with a broad range of entertainment. In the 1980’s many foreign backpackers were drawn here by the introduction of the county in the 'Lonely Planet'. Now, the town greets its guests with more charms and attractions.

      Yangshuo lies in the Northeast of Guangxi Province and 65 km South of Guilin. The special geography provides it with breath-taking beauty while over 1,400 years of history bless it with a deep traditional culture. The diverse ethnic minority groups including Hui, Zhuang, Yao and others, who enrich it with special folk cultures represented by their various festivals add, together with many foreign residents, exotic flavors to its fascination.

      The famous Li River traverses the county and brings it the most astonishing scenery. Along the extremely pure river, thousands of hills stand in different poses and with different expressions, such as Moon Hill, Mural Hill and Schoolboy Hill which is the natural stage of the world famous opera 'Impression on Liu Sanjie'. Liu Sanjie is a fairy singer in the legend of the Zhuang minority group. Big Banyan, a huge tree with a history of over 1,400 years, is said to be the place where her love story once happened. The 'Little Li River'- the Yulong River – is a paradise for a bamboo cruise because of its environment of green hills, silky water and ancient bridges. You can also go to Xanadu, a primitive minority village full of folk culture and peaceful agriculture .
       

      Streets in Yangshuo are well kept in the original style, presenting the simple and primitive atmosphere of the ancient town. West Street is the most exciting one that locals call the 'Global Village'. There are not only many foreign tourists, but also quite a number of foreign residents managing cafés and restaurants, like Café The Flying Dutchman owned by a young Dutchman. The exotic flavors, combined with the traditional culture, make Yangshuo world famous.

      Yangshuo also attracts tourists with its delicious local food, such as Beer Fish, Niang dishes and special snacks including rice noodles and various glutinous rice cakes. You can taste them in most streets of the town. The local specialties such as the Shatian Shaddocks, the kumquats and the Chinese chestnuts are worth tasting as well. If you want to buy some souvenirs, painted fans, embroidered balls or painted shirts you should visit the West Street.

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