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Kaili, also known as Miaoling Pearl, is located in the eastern part of Guizhou Province and is a regional central city. Kaili covers an area of 1,556 square kilometers and has a population of over 1 million.
Our Kaili maps cover Kaili's location in China, cities in Guizhou Province, and attraction location in Kaili.
Guizhou Province is located in Southwest China. Guizhou is a world-famous mountain tourism destination and a major tourism province. It covers an area of 376,670 square kilometers and has a population of over 3.5 million.
It takes about 3 hours and 20 minutes to fly from Guizhou to Beijing, and about 2 hours and 40 minutes to fly to Shanghai.
Our Guizhou Ptovince map shows the locations of Guizhou's main prefecture-level cities, including Kaili.
Kaili is known as the "Hometown of a Hundred Festivals. It has the longest and widest wind and rain bridge in the world and is where the world's largest Miao Village is located.
The famous scenic spots in and around Kaili include Xijiang Qianhu Miao Village, the Conghe River, Yuntai Mountain, Jianhe Hot Spring, Miaoyu Fengqing Garden, Xiasi Ancient Town, Zhouxi Ecological Park, Nanhua Miao Village, Xiangyang First Mountain, and Pingliang Ancient Gorge.
This map shows the locations of Kaili's main attractions and villages.