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Why Guilin Longji Rice Terraces Tour? Longji Rice Terraces, also called Longsheng Rice Terraces, is located in the northwest of Guilin, with 2-2.5 hours’ drive from Guilin downtown. As one of the Top 10 most beautiful rice terraces in the world, a Longji Rice Terraces Tour will reward you with the Art of Earth, amazing sunrises and sunsets, seas of clouds, colorful ethnic groups, tasty local food, and more. Are you curious about how ancient Chinese people grew rice and created rice-terraced fields? Take a Longji Rice Terraces Tour and explore the minority villages scattered among the rice fields, such as Huangluo Yao Village (Long Hair Village), Ping'an Village (Zhuang Minority), and Dazhai Village (Red Yao Minority). Try the unique cuisine of the local minority, including Rice Wine, Bamboo Rice, and Oil-tea. Visit their wooden and bamboo architecture and try the traditional clothing of the ethnic groups to gain a better understanding of Zhuang & Yao Minority cultures. Contact us to start your Longji Rice Terraces Tour Packages.

 

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1. One Day Longji Rice Terraces Tour from Guilin: Explore Ping'an Rice Terraced Fields, Huangluo Yao Village (Long Hair Village), and Ping'an Village (Zhuang Minority).

2. Two Days Longji Rice Terraces Hiking Tour from Guilin: Hike from Ping'an Village to Dazhai Village while exploring Ping'an Rice Terraced Fields and Jinkeng Rice Terraced Fields.

3. Two Days Longji Rice Terraces Photography Tour from Guilin: Photograph the minority villages scattered among the Jinkeng Rice Terraced Fields and capture the sunrises and sunsets of rice terraces.

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Longji Rice Terraces is a must-visit destination in Guilin. Enjoy the the Chinese painting-like countryside life with mountains and man-made wonders. If you are interested in learning about China's agriculture & rice planting? Come to Longji Rice Terraces hiking. Here are the top 6 Longji Rice Terraces Tours for you. Join our tour, you will venture deep into the Longji Rice Terraces to capture sunrises and sunsets from various angles, encountering the mist-shrouded terraces and documenting the labor scenes of the indigenous Red Yao and Zhuang ethinic groups. Contact AOT Team to detail out your Longji Rice Terraces Tour.

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When mentioning China Tours, you may think of the Great Wall (Beijing) and the Terracotta Warriors (Xian), which are the top man-made wonders in the world. However, if you pay a visit to Longji Rice Terraces in Guilin, you will discover another amazing wonder that was created by the ancient Zhuang and Yao minority peoples 2,300 years ago. Join our top 3 China Tours with Longji Rice Terraces to immerse yourself in the breathtaking terraced rice fields. You will witness why Longji Rice Terraces is known as the Dragon's Backbone Rice Terraces. The seemingly endless rows of rice terraces carved into the hillsides resemble the rippling scales on a dragon's backbone, especially when filled with water. In Chinese, "Longji" means "Dragon's Spine". Throughout the seasons, the Longji Rice Terraces offer a captivating sight, with shimmering silver belts in spring, undulating waves of green in summer, towers of golden rice in autumn, and a scene reminiscent of dragons playing in the water during winter. Contact usto plan your China Tours with Longji Rice Terraces.

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It is said that filling the Longji Rice Terraces with water would require the daily water consumption of 100 million people. Where did the water for irrigating the rice fields come from? How did the ancestors of the Yao and Zhuang peoples manage to channel water into the fields? Join our Longji Rice Terraces Tour to unveil the answers and enjoy your time with the local Yao & Zhuang people you encounter along your hike trail.

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    1. Why Visit Longji Rice Terraces?
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    Longji Rice Terraces are hailed as the "Birthplace of Terraced Fields Worldwide" and a "Globally Significant Agricultural cultural Heritage". It has not only been included in the list of National Wetland Parks but also represents an important heritage of ancient Chinese water management wisdom and agricultural civilization that has been passed down to this day by ancient Zhuang and Yao peoples.

    As one of the Top 10 most beautiful rice terraces in the world, a visit to Longji Rice Terraces will reward you with magical rice terraced fields that extend into the sky, amazing sunrises and sunsets, ever-changing seas of clouds, colorful ethnic groups, tasty traditional local food, unique Chinese painting-like scenery, pure countryside customs, wooden minority architectures, and more.

    Built 2,300 years ago, Longji Rice Terraces may not be as famous as the Great Wall in Beijing and the Terracotta Warriors in Xian, but it is still an incredible man-made Art of Earth. It is said that filling the Longji Rice Terraces with water would require the daily water consumption of 100 million people. Where did the water for irrigating the rice fields come from? How did the ancestors of the Yao and Zhuang peoples manage to channel water into the fields? Take your time to explore Longji Rice Terraces to unveil the secret and enjoy your time with the local Yao & Zhuang people you encounter in the rice fields. You will find that Longji Rice Terraces in Guilin, are worth being considered as one of the top hand-made wonders in the world that still benefit its people.

    Longji Rice Terraces is worth for a visit for each season and month, there is always something for you to capture. Throughout the seasons, the Longji Rice Terraces are a sight to behold, with layers of silver belts in spring, rolling waves of green in summer, towers of golden rice in autumn, and a scene resembling dragons playing in the water in winter.

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    2. Where are the Longji Rice Terraces?
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    The Longji Rice Terraces, also known as the Dragon's Backbone Rice Terraces, are located in Longsheng County, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, China. They are situated in the mountainous region of southern China, approximately 80 kilometers (50 miles) northwest of Guilin City. The terraces span several villages, including Ping'an Village and Dazhai Village, showcasing the breathtaking landscape and centuries-old farming traditions of the region.

    In fact, Longji Rice Terraces is a group of rice terraces consisting of mainly four parts: Ping'an Rice Terraced Fields, Jinkeng Rice Terraced Fields, Longji Ancient Zhuang Village Rice Terraced Fields, and Xiaozhai Rice Terraced Fields. Among them, Ping'an Rice Terraces and Jinkeng Rice Terraces are two must-visit terraced fields known for their stunning landscapes and convenient transportation.

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    3. Who made the Longji Rice Terraces? How old are the Longji Rice Terraces?
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    The Longji Rice Terraces were constructed by the Zhuang and Yao ethnic minority groups in Longsheng County, Guangxi, China. The exact origins of the terraces date back over 600 years to the Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368). However, the practice of terrace farming in the region can be traced back even further, with some evidence suggesting that it has been practiced for over 2,300 years.

    The terraces were built through the collective effort of generations of local farmers, who manually carved the mountainsides into stepped terraces to maximize the use of arable land for rice cultivation. The construction and maintenance of the terraces required meticulous planning, engineering skills, and hard work.

    Today, the Longji Rice Terraces continue to be actively cultivated by local farmers, preserving the ancient tradition and showcasing the harmonious relationship between humans and the natural landscape. The terraces have become a popular tourist destination, attracting visitors from around the world who come to admire their beauty and learn about the rich cultural heritage of the region.

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    4. What Ethnic Groups live in the Longji Rice Terraces?
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    The Longji Rice Terraces are primarily inhabited by the Zhuang and Yao ethnic minority groups. These two ethnic groups have a long history in the region and have played a significant role in the cultivation and preservation of terraces.

    The Zhuang people are the largest ethnic minority group in China and have a strong presence in Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, where the Longji Rice Terraces are located. They have their own unique language, culture, and traditions, and are known for their agricultural practices and skilled craftsmanship.

    The Yao people, also known as the Mien or Iu Mien, are another ethnic minority group that resides in the Longji Rice Terrace area. They have their own distinct language, customs, and clothing, and are known for their expertise in herbal medicine and traditional embroidery.

    Visitors to the Longji Rice Terraces have the opportunity to interact with the local Zhuang people in Ping’an Village and Yao people in Dazhai Village and Huangluo Yao Village, learn about their cultural heritage, and appreciate their contributions to the preservation of the terraces. The ethnic minority villages in the area offer insights into their traditional way of life, including their unique architecture, festivals, and traditional clothing.

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    5. Can I add Minority Festivals to my Longji Rice Terraces Tour?
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    Yes, you can add Minority Festivals to your Longji Rice Terraces tour. The Zhuang and Yao ethnic minority groups in the area celebrate various festivals throughout the year, which can provide a deeper cultural experience during your visit.

    Some of the festivals celebrated by the ethnic minority groups include:

    1. Long Hair Festival, Huangluo Yao Village

    The tradition of Red Yao women keeping long hair here could date back to 1,000 years ago (Song Dynasty, 960-1276). Besides considering long hair as a precious treasure and a symbol of good luck, Yao women also like to wear red clothes, and the Red Yao ethnic group is named after this.

    If you happen to visit during the third day of the third month of the Chinese lunar calendar, you can participate in the Long Hair Festival (三月三长发节) and witness the ancient and mysterious Red Yao young women's coming-of-age ceremony (at 17 years old). You will find that unmarried Yao girls cover their long hair with a headscarf and do not easily show it, while married Yao women wear their hair in a bun on top of their heads. The bun is made up of three parts: the hair that falls down from daily grooming (collected and saved over time), the hair that is cut during the coming-of-age ceremony (the only time in their life that they cut their hair), and the long hair that grows on their head (which can hang down to the ground).

    2.Shuyang Festival (Rice Transplanting Festival), Ping'an Village

    If you happen to visit during Grain in Ear (around 6th June), which is one of the Twenty-Four Solar Terms according to the Chinese lunar calendar, you can participate in the Shuyang Festival (Rice Transplanting Festival 梳秧节) and witness the ancient Field-side Ritual Ceremony (田边祭祀“秧母娘娘”). The Zhuang people believe that good timing in farming leads to good harvests, and the Shuyang Festival is celebrated to determine the optimal time to concentrate their efforts and transplant the rice. During the festival, you may also have the chance to enjoy the Lighting Night View in the Ping'an Rice Terraced Fields, experience the Transplanting Ceremony (rice planting), take part in a tug-of-war in the terraced fields, try fish catching in the terraced fields, enjoy torch shows, and join the bonfire party.

    3. Clothes Drying Festival, Dazhai Village

    If you come to Dazhai Village during the Clothes Drying Festival (the sixth day of the sixth lunar month,六月六), you will have the opportunity to admire the long-haired Yao women hanging their traditional hand-made red clothes on the balconies. It takes 3 years to complete a set of Yao clothes. Yao costumes have been listed as a national-level intangible cultural heritage due to their exquisite embroidery skills and gorgeous embroidery patterns. Yao women do not need to draw sketches but rely on their experience to embroider flowers, trees, birds, and animals, which represent the Yao people's understanding of nature while expressing their yearning for a good harvest, a prosperous population, and a happy life. During the festival, there are Traditional Wedding Ceremonies, Long Hair Performances, Panhu Worship Activities (Panhu is the deified dog & Yao people's benefactor), Glutinous Rice Cake Making, Torch Night Show, and Bonfire Party for you to learn more about Yao ethnic group and their culture.

    By coordinating your visit with these festivals, you can witness traditional performances, participate in cultural activities, and gain a deeper understanding of the local traditions and customs. It's recommended to check the festival dates in advance and plan your visit accordingly to ensure you can witness these vibrant cultural celebrations during your tour of the Longji Rice Terraces.

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    6. What is the best time to visit the Longji Rice Terraces?
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    The best time to visit the Longji Rice Terraces is dependent on the season and the specific experience you are seeking. Here's a breakdown of the different seasons and what they offer:

    1. Spring (April to May): Springtime brings lush greenery to the terraces as the rice paddies are filled with water. The terraces appear as silvery ribbons reflecting the sunlight. This period is ideal for photography and witnessing the terraces in their early stages of cultivation.

    2. Summer (June to August): Summer sees the terraces covered in vibrant green as the rice plants grow taller. The weather is generally warm and humid. This season offers stunning views of fully grown rice terraces and the chance to observe daily farming activities.

    3. Autumn (September to October): Autumn is considered the most picturesque season at the Longji Rice Terraces. The rice plants turn golden, creating a magnificent landscape resembling waves of gold. It is a popular time for photographers and nature lovers.

    4. Winter (November to March): Winter transforms the terraces into a serene and tranquil wonderland. Although the rice plants are dormant, the terraces may be covered in a layer of frost or occasional snowfall, offering a unique and enchanting sight. Winter is a quieter time to visit with fewer tourists.

    It's important to note that the weather can vary, and it's always a good idea to check the current conditions before planning your visit. Weekdays tend to be less crowded than weekends and holidays, so if possible, consider visiting during those times.

    Ultimately, the best time to visit depends on your personal preferences, whether you want to witness the terraces at their greenest, golden, or quietest. Each season has its own charm and beauty at the Longji Rice Terraces.

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    7. Can I hike the Longji Rice Terraces? How long does it take to hike through the terraces?
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    Yes, you can hike the Longji Rice Terraces and explore the beautiful landscapes on foot. Hiking is a popular activity in the area and allows you to immerse yourself in the scenic surroundings, interact with the local communities, and appreciate the terraced fields up close. The duration of the hike through the terraces can vary depending on the specific route and your pace. There are several hiking trails and paths that you can choose from, each offering unique viewpoints and experiences. Here are a few common hiking options:

    1. Ping'an to Seven Stars with Moon: This is a popular hiking trail that takes you from Ping'an Village to the viewpoint known as Seven Stars with Moon. The hike usually takes around 2-3 hours each way, depending on your fitness level and the time spent exploring and taking photos.

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    2. Dazhai to Tiantouzhai: Another popular hiking route starts from Dazhai Village and leads to Tiantouzhai, offering breathtaking views of the terraces. This hike usually takes about 3-4 hours each way.

    3. Jinkeng Rice Terraces: If you're looking for a longer hike, you can explore the Jinkeng Rice Terraces area, which offers more extensive trekking options. Hiking routes in Jinkeng can take anywhere from 4-6 hours or more, depending on the specific trail and your preferences.

    4. Ping'an Rice Terraces to Jinkeng Rice Terraces: Take 2-day Longji Rice Terraces Hiking Tour from Ping'an Village (Zhuang Minority) to Dazhai Village (Red Yao Minority). You can try the local minority’s unique cuisine (Rice Wine, Bamboo Rice, Oil-tea), visit their architecture made of wood and bamboo, and try traditional Yao clothing (Chinese Intangible Heritage) to gain a better understanding of Zhuang & Yao Minority Culture.

    It's important to note that the hiking trails can involve uphill and downhill sections, and some parts may require moderate physical fitness. It's advisable to wear comfortable footwear, carry water and snacks, and take breaks as needed during your hike. Additionally, the terraces can be particularly stunning during sunrise and sunset, so planning your hike accordingly can enhance your experience. Remember to check weather conditions and consult with local guides or accommodations for the most up-to-date information on hiking routes and trail conditions.

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    8. What are the Top 10 Most Beautiful Rice Terrace in China?
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    China has over 2000 years' history to cultivated the rice terrace since Qin Dynasty (221BC-207BC). Most of China's rice terraces are located in South China and Southeast China, like Yunnan, Guangxi, Guizhou, Jiangxi, Fujian. Here are the Top 10 Most Beautiful Rice Terraces in China for your reference:

    Top 1: Yuanyang Hani Rice Terraces (元阳梯田, Yunnan): 1300 Years' Carving of the Earth
    Top 2: Longji Rice Terraces (龙脊梯田, Guilin): Magnificent Sky Ladder like Dragon’s Backbone
    Top 3: Jiabang Rice Terraces (加榜梯田, Guizhou): Mysterious Terrace with Cloud and Mist
    Top 4: Ziquejie Rice Terraces (紫鹊界梯田, Hunan): Irrigation Miracle Made by Miao People
    Top 5: Jiangling Rice Terraces (江岭梯田, Jiangxi): Golden Paradise with Terrace
    Top 6: Youxi Rice Terraces (尤溪梯田, Fujian): Colorful Fairytale World
    Top 7: Shangbao Rice Terraces (上堡梯田, Jiangxi): Hundreds of acres of terrace fields
    Top 8: Gaoyao Rice Terraces (高要梯田, Guizhou): Picturesque Terrace Scenery
    Top 9: Gaokan Rice Terraces (高坎梯田, Sichan): Fantastic Terraces Hidden in Mountains
    Top 10: Yunhe Rice Terraces (云和梯田, Zhejiang): Amazing Terraces ranges from 200 to 1,400 meters

     

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    9. What are the top 7 countries with beautiful rice terraces in the world?
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    Beautiful rice terraces can be found in several countries around the world. Some of the countries known for their stunning rice terraces include:

    1. China - China is home to numerous famous rice terraces, such as Longji Rice Terraces, Yuanyang Rice Terraces, and Hani Rice Terraces.

    2. Philippines - The Philippines is renowned for its picturesque rice terraces, including the Banaue Rice Terraces, Batad Rice Terraces, and Mayoyao Rice Terraces.

    3. Indonesia - Bali, Indonesia, is famous for its scenic rice terraces, including Jatiluwih Rice Terraces and Tegallalang Rice Terraces.

    4. Vietnam - In Vietnam, the Sapa Rice Terraces in Lao Cai Province offer breathtaking views and are a popular tourist destination.

    5. Japan - Japan is known for its traditional rice terraces called "tanada." The Hoshitoge Rice Terraces in Niigata Prefecture and the Shirakawa-go Rice Terraces in Gifu Prefecture are among the beautiful ones.

    6. Thailand - In Thailand, the Mae Hong Son Province is renowned for its stunning rice terraces, particularly in the town of Pai.

    7. India - The Northeastern states of India, such as Meghalaya and Nagaland, feature beautiful rice terraces cultivated by local tribes.

    Besides the beautiful rice terraces located in China, Philippines, Indonesia, Vietnam, Japan, Thailand and India, there are other countries with beautiful rice terraces as well, such as Bhutan, Nepal, Laos, Peru, Eastern Africa and Morocco.

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