The Jiangshan Peninsula is located in Guangxi directly opposite from the Port of Fangchenggang. The Jiangshan Peninsula has a long coastline with many tourist attractions, such as Guaishi (Strange Stones) Beach, Bailang (White Waves) Beach, the remains of the Ho Chi Minh Trail and the Bailong (White Dragon) Fort. Of these, Bailang Beach—which is located about halfway down the coast—is one of the more popular beaches in the area. The sand here is dark brown. Combined with the occasional surging waves, the unique shades of the sea, ranging from dark to light, are very distinctive. Known as China's Hawaii, Jiangshan Peninsula is an ideal place for coastal trips.