The 10 Most Beautiful Chinese Terraces That You Have To SeeTranslate

2 year ago · Jero · 0 Comment
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The following photos of these Chinese rice fields are simply stunning. There is something unreal and magical about these jaw dropping sceneries. 

Have a look for yourself. 

This lush green terrace is located in the mountainous Guizhou Province in southwestern China. It is called the Gaoyao Terraced Fields after the town in which it is located. The fields stretch from the bottom of the mountain to the top, where the villagers live.

The Jiabang Rice Terraces, also in Guizhou Province, are steeply cut into the side of the mountains. Here the beauty of the terraces combines with the rustic appearance of the wooden Miao houses to create a peaceful scene.

Rolling hills and intricately crafted rice terraces make the Longi Rice Terraced Fields one of the most spectacular views in all of China. Located in remote Guangxi province, the Longi Fields are 80 km away from the nearest city, Guilin.

Eastern China’s Jiangxi province is home to one of the largest rice fields in the country, the Shangbao Rice Terraces. The Shangbao is one of the three most significant terraces with a total area of 30,000 hectares.

Also in the east, these blooming rapeseed terraces in Jiapeng village are a colorful sight.

The Jiangliang Terraced Fields are renowned for their beauty. During spring, the cole flower fields bloom with yellow flowers which contrast the rugged valleys and peaks of the mountains nearby. Thousands of tourists flock to the village of Wuyuan every year to take in the scenery.

Fujian province on China’s southeastern coast is home to the Youxi Terraced Fields, the most picturesque in the region.

In Yuanyang County, South China, you can find the Hani Terrace which became a World Heritage site in 2013.

High in the mountains of eastern China, nestled amongst the clouds are the Yunhe Rice Terraces, the consensus pick for most gorgeous in all the land.

This lush green terrace is located in the mountainous Guizhou Province in southwestern China. It is called the Gaoyao Terraced Fields after the town in which it is located. The fields stretch from the bottom of the mountain to the top, where the villagers live.

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