Where is the Largest Waterfall in Asia?

The Largest Waterfall in Asia

 

The Largest Waterfall in Asia is the breathtaking Huanguoshu Waterfalls located in Anshun city in Guizhou province and the waterfall is 77.8 m tall, 101m wide.

You can go inside the naturally formed cave behind the waterfall (134m long )to see the biggest waterfall in Asia from a different angle and feel the power of nature.

 

 

So……

Where is Guizhou? Not many people have heard of this place as it is unknown to travelers outside China. Guizhou is the mountainous places province in the southwest of China next to Yunnan and Sichuan. Guizhou is famous for its waterfall, natural caves, and minorities culture in the Guizhou area.  This area gains popularity recent years because of the rapid high-speed train development in China.

 

 

Anshun, where the glamorous Huangguoshu Waterfalls located, is near the mid-western part of Guizhou and situated to the east of Yunnan-Guizhou Plateau. In the Huanguoshu waterfall national park has many more natural wonders to offer, along with 18 more minor but astonishingly beautiful waterfalls like Luoshitan Waterfall, Silver-Chain waterfall and DiShuTian Waterfall, each with its own characteristics.

Besides, This Dragon Palace Cave is another the must see attraction in the Anshun city. This place is set in an amazing karst limestone region.

 

Dragon Palace Cave
Long-gong Cave (Dragon Palace Cave) is the longest water cave in China. It is a huge underground network through 20 hills with in-cave waterfall, stalactite, stalagmite, stone forest, and karst landscape.
In this Dragon Palace Scenic Area, this place is full of fully bloomed rapeseed flower in springtime.

 

 

Always welcome to give us a ring at 02085438133 or email us at info@chinalinkstravel.co.uk to plan your trip to Guizhou to see the Asia’s Largest waterfall.

 

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