Guangxi is an autonomous region in southern China, bordering Vietnam. The area is known for its rivers, caves and towering karst formations. Boat cruises on the Li River connect Guilin and Yangshuo, cities punctuated by toothlike karst peaks. Guilin is the site of Ludi Yan (Reed Flute Cave), a limestone cavern noted for its stalactites and stalagmites.Characterized by spectacular landscapes, charming natural scenery and diverse ethnic customs, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region is an impressive region to visit.
The Region is situated in the southern part of China, facing the Beibu Gulf on the South China Sea and has a border with Vietnam to the southwest. It is southwest China’s most convenient access to the sea. From here, visitors can easily cross overland into Vietnam or vice-versa.
The coldest time is January and average temperatures are between 6-16°C. 80% of its rain falls between April and September. As a whole, Guangxi is like a large basin with higher ground surrounding a lower center. In addition, the region is very mountainous with a few plains. The capital city Nanning is also known as the ‘Green City’ because of its rich lush tropical plants.