Guǎngxī Provincial Museum
East along Linjiang Lu look out for small networks of alleyways. Here you’ll find some of Nánníng’s older, low-rise housing, a stark...
Yōng River Bridge
The green river at the southwestern end of the modern Yōng River Bridge is a very popular swimming spot, particularly on summer...
Guǎngxī Medicinal Herb Botanical Garden
The fascinating subtropical Guǎngxī Medicinal Herb Botanical Garden on the eastern side of the city is the largest medicinal botanical...
Āmóu Meǐshí chinese Guǎngxī
Housed on the picturesque wind and rain bridge behind Guǎngxī Provincial Museum, this restaurant has a beautiful, leafy garden as its...
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Guǎngxī Provincial Museum information
The Zhuang-romanised sign on the building says ‘Gvangsusaih Bouxcuengh Swcigih Bozvuzgvanj’. Thankfully, the exhibits inside actually have English signs that make sense, which is great because the collection of pottery, ceramics and bronze ware, some dating back more than 200 years, is superb.
The leafy back garden showcases minority culture, with daily dance performances, some full-size examples of Dong and Miao houses, and a nail-less wind and rain bridge, which now houses a restaurant, Āmóu Meǐshí.