Beihai Travel Guide

Beihai City, Beihai Travel GuideIn 1876, Beihai, meaning North Sea, became one of the earliest trading ports opened to the outside world, after the signing of the Sino-British Yantai Treaty. It is located at the southern end of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region on the northeastern shore of Beibu Gulf. The whole city is surrounded by the sea on the south, north and west side. It has two islands, Xieyang and Weizhou which are about 20.2 nautical miles away from the city proper. The city covers a total area of 3,337 square km with a population of 1.25 million. More than 70% of the land lies in a seaside plain with an average height of 10-15 meters above sea level. The area has short winters and long summers with an annual temperature between 16C and 23C.

Beihai City faces Hainan Island, Hong Kong, and Macao, with Guangdong Province on its left and Vietnam on the right. Thanks to its sandy beaches, off-shore islands, pleasant ocean breezes, mangrove forests, coral reefs, and popular resorts, Beihai has become a destination city for Zhuang Minority of Beihai, Beihai Travel Guideseaside tourism. Tourists will want to visit Beibu Gulf Square, Beihai Silver Beach, Cape Pavilion, Wenchang Pagoda, the Star Island Lake, the Mangrove Forest, Dongpo pavilion, and Weizhou and Xieyang Islands.

Various minority nationalities, such as Zhuang, Miao and Dong have lived in Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region for many generations. Each group has their own unique folk traditions and cultures. In addition to their own traditions, costumes, food, festivals and religious beliefs they have their own oral and written languages.

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