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Baili Dujuan (“Hundred Miles of Rhododendrons”) Scenic Area

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Closed Today Open from 7:30am-7:30pm
Recommended sightseeing time:0.5-1 day
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Qianxi, Bijie, Guizhou, ChinaMap

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Located at the junction of Dafang and West Fujian, it is the largest native azalea forest in China to date. A sprawl of dozens of azaleas on a narrow hill about 50 kilometers long is the rarest of all, with different varieties blossoming on each tree and the most spectacular of seven. The scenic spot is a place where the Yi and Miao nationalities live in compact communities. The flowering period is a time for several ethnic festivals.

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Many different colors and varieties of rhododendron grow at the Baili Dujuan Scenic Area, which straddles Qianxi and Dafang counties: brilliant red, pink, purple, and more. Here you can catch the rare sight of different colors of flower growing on the same tree. It is said that during the annual blooming season, female divinities sneak down from the heavens to the mortal realm to enjoy the flowers and sing and dance together with the young women among the flowers. That is why this is the ideal location for the flower festivals of the Yi and Miao peoples.
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