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China Folk Cultural Village

Since China is a large country and has 56 ethnic groups, it is not easy to experience each ethnic group's festivals, view their buildings even tast the original snacks in a short time.Gate of China Folk Cultural Village However, the China Folk Cultural Village has helped solve this problem.

The China Folk Culture Village (also called ShenZhen Splendid China Folk Culture Village) is a theme park in Shenzhen, China. It is the first large-scale cultural & scenic spot assembling folk arts, customs, folk villages. It is located near to the Splendid China theme park and features displays of the daily life and architecture of China's 56 ethnic groups. It was opened to the public in October 1991.

China Folk Culture Village occupies an area of 200 thousand square meters, consists of 24 villages, houses and streets built according to the ratio of 1:1. Adhereing to the principle of "Originate from life but lofty. Assume the marrow while desert the dross.", China Folk Cultural Village reflects the colorful Chinese culture in many respects.

The stone village of the Buyi ethnic group, distributed mainly in Sichuan and Guizhou Provinces, is a wonderful stone world. Furniture like tables, stoves and basins are all made of stone and it is equipped with stone-paved path. The prototype of modern flats would be found in Mosuo people's yard. Their flats were made by piling the solid wooden stocks crossways into a square or rectangular house which was quakeproof. In the Dai people's area, a bamboo world could be enjoyed like girders, tiles and roofs that are all entirely made of bamboo. The Mongol ethnic group is generally known as 'a group on horse back' because of their nomadic living habits. Their yurts are not only cool in summer and warm in winter but easy to set up or dismantle. In addition, distictive architectures of other ethnic groups are waiting for you to explore.

Also, the China Folk Culture Village has featured several cultural festivals, like the Water Splashing Festival of the Dai, the Shawm Festival of the Miao, the Torch Festival of the Yi, the Huaxia Great Cultural Temple Fair, the Xinjiang Cultural Festival, and the Inner Mongolia Grassland Cultural Festival. The way that these festivals are celebrated is very interesting. Join Performance in China Folk Culture Village these festivals will be a memorable experience.

In the China Folk Culture Village, additional attractions are folk dances, local snacks and handicrafts. It is possible to choose souvenirs from the variety of diverse designs. The tasty snacks may leave deeply impression on the visitors. What is more, after strolling through the adventures in this village, you will have a greater understanding of some of the Chinese ethnic groups.



China Folk Cultural Village Tour

China Folk Culture Village offers tourists minibuses or boats to tour and the tourists may also walk to each spots within the China Folk Culture Village.

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