Longsheng Rice Terrace make people interested in China's minority cultures
Longsheng Rice Terrace lies in the Longsheng County, about 80 kilometers from Guilin City. With history of more then 650 years, Longsheng Rice Terrace was built in Yuan Dynasty (1206AD-1368AD) and finished in the early Qing Dynasty. The whole scenic area reaches about 66 square kilometers and is divided into two sections. One is in Pingan Zhuang Ethnic Village and the other is Jinkeng Hongyao rice terraced field which is the largest and most beautiful terraces in Longsheng. Welcome to China for Canton Fair, HRC also provide China Tour guide and Indochina Tour packages for you.
The terraced rice fields make Longji a paradise for photographers and people interested in China's minority cultures. In the morning many visitors like to get up early to watch the sun rise above the terraced peaks. During the day time, it is wonderful to see minority women who live in the Huangluo Yao Village working in the fields in colorful costumes.
Longji (Dragon's Backbone) Terraced Rice Fields received their name because the rice terraces resemble a dragon's scales, while the summit of the mountain range looks like the backbone of the dragon. Visitors standing on the top of the mountain can see the dragon's backbone twisting off into the distance.