Tucked away in northwest Guangxi province, Baise tempts travelers with an enviable array of natural wonders. Home to the world’s largest tiankeng sinkhole cluster at Dashiwei and China’s single largest waterfall drop at Tongling Grand Canyon, Baise also captivates with lush tropical forests along the Bu River and rare southern snowscapes in Leye County. Vibrant Zhuang, Yao, and Miao minority culture further enhances the city’s distinctive character.

This revolutionary heartland nurtures historical riches too. Deng Xiaoping launched and led the Baise Uprising here, leaving behind treasured sites like the Baise Uprising Memorial Hall, Yuedong Hall, Qingfeng Building, and the Qian’s Ancient Architecture Group.

From plunging waterfalls to indigenous villages, lush jungles to communist history, Baise tempts adventure-seekers, eco-tourists, and culture vultures alike. Discover this Guangxi borderland's blend of ethnic diversity, revolutionary heritage, and natural splendor.

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Subtropical monsoon climate

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