Guangxi, referred to as "Gui", Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, the capital of Nanning. Guangxi is adjacent to Guangdong, Hunan, Guizhou, and Yunnan, and faces Hainan across the sea. It has 14 prefecture-level cities and 111 county-level administrative regions.
Guangxi is located in South China, between 20°54′-26°24′ north latitude and 104°26′-112°04 east longitude. It is adjacent to the Beibu Gulf in the south, facing Southeast Asia, and adjacent to Vietnam in the southwest. The coastline of the mainland is about 1,595 kilometers long. It is one of the three overseas Chinese hometowns.
Area: 236,700 square kilometers
Population: 48.85 million (residential population in 2017)
Climatic conditions: tropical monsoon climate, subtropical monsoon climate
Famous attractions: Guilin Landscape, Yintan, Qingxiu Mountain, Detian Waterfall, Bailang Beach, Guiping Xishan
Airport: Nanning Wusong International Airport, Guilin Liangjiang International Airport, etc.
Railway station: Nanning East Railway Station, Guilin North Railway Station, Liuzhou Railway Station, etc.