Buddhist Temple in Guìyáng

Hóngfú Temple

Guìyáng's best attraction is a temple complex hidden inside mountainous Qiánlíng Park to the north of the city. Near the top of 1300m Qiánlíng Shān, Hóngfú Temple dates back to the 17th century and is reached via an…
Park in Guìyáng

Qiánlíng Shān Park

Qiánlíng Park, in the northwest of the city, is more forest than park. It's a great escape from the crowds and city noise and has some lovely paths up to the Hóngfú Temple.From the train station area, you can take b…
Pavilion in Guìyáng

Jiǎxiù Pavilion

Constructed during the Min Dynasty in 1598, this triple-roofed pavilion perched atop a boulder is Guìyáng's most iconic landmark. Built to celebrate the local people as 'the finest and most talented under heaven', t…
Buddhist Temple in Guìyáng

Cuìwēi Gōngyuán

This city park features a restored Ming-dynasty temple with some picturesque pavilions. It's a pleasant place to find some respite from the city noise.
Museum in Kǎilǐ

Minorities Museum

A small collection of local minority clothing and artefacts.
Confucian Temple in Ānshùn

Fǔwén Miào

Check out this charming Confucian temple in the north of town. It has some stunningly intricate cloud-scrolling carvings on the twin stone pillars before the main hall.
Buddhist Temple in Ānshùn

Dōnglín Temple

The resident Buddhist monks welcome visitors warmly to this temple, which was built in AD 1405 (during the Ming dynasty) and restored in 1668.
Buddhist Temple in Ānshùn

Lóngwáng Miào

A working Buddhist temple, just off Zhonghua Beilu.
Cave in Ānshùn

Lónggōng Cave

Even though the feeling is overwhelming tacky – think coloured lights, awkward commentary and boats full of tourists – there is something sublime about the water-borne cave expedition winding through 20 hills. There…
Cave in Ānshùn

Zhījīn Cave

This monstrously long (10km) cave is the biggest in the country – a visit will satisfy everyone from hardcore spelunkers to wide-eyed tourists with a penchant for subterranean beauty. Pockets open up to 150m high to…