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Specialized Tourist Programs

Sino-Vietnamese Border Tour and Sino-Vietnamese Transnational Tour

The Vinh of Ha Long, Viet NamGuangxi and the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam share a border of more than 1 ,000 kilometers. Along the border area, there are groups of pictures painted 2,000 years ago on cliff faces of Floral Hill, the Leaning Pagoda in Chongzuo -- one of the eight in the world, the Friendship Pass, the majestic Detian Waterfall, the bustling border towns of Pingxiang and Dongxing, and the border market. The visitor may cross the border and visit such Vietnamese places as Vinh of Ha Long, Hai Phong, Meng Cai, and Lang Son.

Drifting on the Beijiang River in Rongshui of Liuzhou

The Beijiang River has clear water the year round. It winds its way in the green hills of the Ronghsui Miao Autonomous County. Drifting downcourse on the river, the visitor may enjoy the enchanting landscape and learn the customs and habits of the Miao tribe on both banks of the river.

Drifting on the Beijiang River in RongshuiDrifting on the Zijiang River in Ziyuan County

Rising in Mao" er Mountain, the Zijiang River flows through Ziyuan County. The river valley presents a Danxia-type landscape known for its seclusion, perilous position, beauty, and marvellousness. There are 48 rapids and 31 turns on the 22.5-kilometer drifting section. It is a great joy to drift down the threatening but not dangerous river in a rubber or wooden boat or a bamboo raft and admire the charming scenery on both banks.

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