From the air: Rural Guangzhou

By Jay Ian Birbeck
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The village of Hanhu in Zengcheng district is around a two-hour drive from the center of Guangzhou. Most of the residents make their living from agriculture or tourism. Photo taken in Hanhu Village, Zengcheng district, Guangzhou on Dec. 28, 2021. [Photo by Jay Ian Birbeck/]

Guangzhou, one of the largest metropolises in China, is famously dominated by soaring condo towers, densely packed alleyways and a maze of intertwining highways. However, the beautiful rural areas within the city's expansive administrative area are less well known. For example, the districts of Conghua and Zengcheng boast some of Southern China's most impressive mountains, forests and waterfalls. And the most enjoyable way to enjoy this landscape is to take to the skies and fly over it. This is rural Guangzhou, from the air.

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