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Rongjiang Village

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Located in the southeast of Guizhou Province, Rongjiang Village is a county spanning Zhujiang and Yangtze River basins, neighboring Liping County and Congjiang County in the east. Covering an area of 3,315 square kilometers, it contains 20 villages. Most villages are lived with ethnic groups, including Dong, Miao, Shui and Yao minorities.


Rongjiang boasts to be a county with natural landscape and ethnic minority villages. The Ancient Banyan Group Scenic Area, composed of nearly 50 banyan trees, forms the most rare banyan tree group in the world. Every scene in Rongjiang is blanketed with primitive simplicity and mystery, endowing Rongjiang one of the region for coming back to nature. There are 133 historic and cutural relics, including 11 historic sites, 13 ancient tombs, 16 memorial buildings and 24 drum towers and flower bridges.


Featuring acid and spicy dishes, Rongjiang boasts varieties of flavor food to satisfy your mouth and stomach. Popular foods like Juanfen (Rolling Flour), Yutou Gao (Taro Cake), Sanyue Ba, Tang Gao and Dong Guo are really worthy tasting in snack streets of Rongjiang. Rongjiang Rice Noodles is a kind of traditional breakfast food popular among the local people. Rolling Flour is another local snack made of rice flour, which tastes acid, hot and spicy.