A s home to many harmoniously-coexisting ethnic groups for thousands of years, Guizhou gave birth to a colorful culture unique in the nation. The “garden-like” province is abundant with breathtaking sceneries, acclaimed as an ideal destination for leisure and vacation tours. With great potentials untapped, Guizhou is a scenic land with rich natural resources and a pleasure climate, where multiple ethnical groups lead a happy life harmoniously. Guiyang, the capital city of Guizhou, is dubbed as “the Summer Resort Capital” thanks to its extremely comfortable climate in scorching summer. The old saying of “Guizhou, a land comprised by eighty percent of mountain, ten percent of water and ten percent of field” is the vivid demonstration of Guizhou’s plateau-mountain-dominated topography. Guizhou is proud for its world renowned Huangguoshu Waterfall, national-grade scenic spots like the Dagon King’s Palace, Chishui, Zhijin Cave, Malinghe Gorge, and national-grade natural conservation areas like Tongren Fanjing Mountain, Maolan Karst Forest, Chishui National Cyathea Natural Conservation Area, and Grass Sea in Weining. Red Army’s Long March relics, as represented by the Site of Zunyi Conference, the historical remains of Red Army’s four attempts to force its way across highly-guarded Chishui River by enemies, are places for people to pay a tribute to those who sacrifice their own lives for a liberated new China. Besides, Libo Karst Aquatic Forest and Chishui Danxia Landform have been included into List of World Natural Heritage Sites.