Tuesday, 7 April 2015

Detian falls, China

Well, this is without any doubt a paradise with breathtaking views. From antiquity, the falls have a distinct fascination for humans, to be considered among the most striking natural beauty on the planet earth. This place is an Asian landscape of rocky outcrops towering over lush rice paddies; these falls produce a dreamy, silky mist over the tiers of this 300-foot-wide-plus cascade of the Guichun River. The Detian Falls (Also called Banyue Falls in Vietnam) are in the southwestern Chinese province of Guangxi, bordering Vietnam. June and July may be the most humid time of year to travel here, but it’s when the river is at its most dramatically rapid.

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