LIFE ON THE EDGE: AT THE FRONTIER OF CHINA AND VIETNAM

There is something so unique about borders. They are these in-between spaces where cultures collide and meld together to form a singular narrative. We are located a 10-minute drive from the border of Vietnam, which explains the similar forested and mountainous landscapes. The region is home to thousands of species such as the rare-sighted clouded leopard and white-headed black langurs. A place made for explorers. As you embark on a journey into the historical and cultural heart of Guangxi, you will discover the flavourful and peculiar cuisine of this region, and encounter some of the most hospitable people along the way. To get a full picture of life at the frontier, visit the Detian waterfall, the largest falls spanning two countries in Asia.