Located about 105km from Guiyang, Anshun is a key connecting between Sichuan Province and Guizhou Province. The history of its trading center could be traced back to the 13th century, linking north and south China with areas as remote as Burma. Anshun is a multi-minorities region which is the home of Mulao Minority, Buyi Minority and Miao Minority. The colorful ethnic culture and customs are the most highlights of this region. It features in natural landscape, including the Huangguoshu Waterfall and Tianxingqiao Scenic Resort.
Guiyang, the capital of Guizhou Province, is located at the east of the Yunnan- Guizhou Plateau in the southwest of China. The city features low latitude, high elevation and diversified landforms. In the subtropical zone, Guiyang enjoys a warm and moist climate, which endowed the city with abundant biological resources. Guiyang is the home to some of China's most spectacular vistas, with verdant mountains, limestone peaks, the Huangguoshu Waterfalls.
Kaili, which is the capital city of Guizhou's southeast autonomous prefecture of Miao and Dong people, offer you the greatest way to some of the most fascinating minority villages you're like to encounter in China. It is called as Qiandongnan as well in Chinese as it is located in southeast part of Guizhou. Those Miao people who moved to America and Europe are known as Hmong people. Entire region hosts more than 100 festivals every year, with the greatest concentration around February, March, October and November.