Visit Gansu

Gansu is a province in northwestern China located on the Yellow River Plateau. It is known for its incredible natural beauty, with an abundance of canyons and deserts, as well as its rich history. A popular tourist attraction in Gansu is Zhangye Danxia National Geological Park, where visitors can marvel at the amazing rock formations and vibrant red sandstone landscapes. Another must-see spot is Bingling Thousand Buddha Caves, carved into cliff walls along the banks of the Liujiaxia Reservoir.

Gansu has a long history of Buddhist influence dating back thousands of years, making it a great destination for travelers looking to experience ancient Chinese culture. It was once part of the Silk Road trade route, connecting East and West during ancient times. This made Gansu an important hub for merchants traveling between China and Europe or Central Asia for centuries. Today it's still a great place to get a glimpse into China's past with many historical sites to explore and vibrant cities filled with culture and tradition.