Being the earliest to open to tourism, Píng’ān has the best facilities and it's the closest point of access to the standout Nine Dragons & Five Tigers Viewing Point that looks down on breathtaking terraced field views. Tourism is picking up at Dàzhài and Tiántóuzhài to the east and a cable-car service has been added to Dàzhài.
At the time of writing, sections of the area had been reduced to a muddy quagmire with roads being built, but the main sights were undisturbed. Expect increased transport infrastructure to bring in even more crowds in future, however. A further area of terraced fields just to the southwest of Píng'ān has also been developed, the Gǔzhuàngzhài Tītián (古壮寨梯田).