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Jiangfeng Buyi Village

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Ranked #6 in Libo Fun Boat Tours
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Recommended sightseeing time:3 hours
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In the southeast of Libo County, Qiannan Buyi and Miao Autonomous PrefectureMap

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This is an ethnic minority village in Maolan Nature Reserve. The natural scenery is very beautiful. I really envy them that they can live in such beautiful natural mountains and rivers. The folk customs here are still very simple and the dishes made by the villagers are also very ethnic. Flavor, if you eat in such an environment, you will be full without eating.

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Jiangfeng Buyi Village is located in Wengang Township, southeast of Libo County. It is located in the hinterland of Maolan World-class Nature Reserve, a world natural heritage site, 28 kilometers away from Libo County and Liangshuijing, a key scientific research scenic spot in Maolan Reserve. "Shishang Forest" is 5 kilometers away, which belongs to the ring line of Libo tourist attractions, and the transportation is very convenient. Jiangfeng Village is surrounded by mountains, with idyllic fields everywhere, towering ancient trees, and regular streams; The village relatively completely retains the antique Buyi residents, ancient pagodas, ancient bridges, ancient paper-making workshops, natural gods and other historic sites. The planning and layout of the buildings here are also studied. The houses are exquisite in workmanship and beautiful in construction style, which is very characteristic of Buyi houses. The facade of each building basically faces in one direction, with similar appearance and scattered layout. Alleys connect every household, and the roads between households are criss-crossed, like a mesh, like a labyrinth. The Bouyei style here is more intense. During the Spring Festival, the third day of the third month, the eighth month of April, the sixth month of June, the ninth month of September and other traditional festivals of the lunar calendar, or major events such as weddings, funerals, and marriages, the villagers will spontaneously organize themselves together to perform cloth-clothed Nuo opera, dwarf dances and singing bouyei Celebrate the festival with ancient songs, lantern plays, etc. Buyi's ancient songs are melodious and euphemistic, with a strong local accent in the tones, and the strong chorus is like the sound of nature, which makes people unforgettable.
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