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Guangxi Museum of Nationalities

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Guangxi Museum of Nationalities

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ธิติ ต wrote a review Nov 2019
40 contributions48 helpful votes
The Anthropology Museum of Guangxi is the best place to learn about the Bronz Drum and Zhuang Cultures of the region. The exhibitions are very well organized and easy to understand with both Chinese and English. The displays are just enough for the audience to know about the Zhuang nation. The building is very well designed to reflect the story it is telling. Visitors need to spend some time outdoor waling in the display garden where 10 most representative traditional ethnic buildings are being exhibited. Half-a-day should be enough for all people unless you are a serious museum visitors.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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JulM wrote a review Aug 2019
83 contributions25 helpful votes
Remember to take your passport with you! Detailed exhibition with focus on Guangxi, as well as seasonal exhibitions on other provinces. The "world exhibition" part is rather boring and tries to put everything and the kitchen sink into a few square meters. Nevertheless, nice!
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Date of experience: September 2018
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GuamPaddler wrote a review May 2019
Guam125 contributions42 helpful votes
What an educational experience this was to learn about all the ethnic minorities of China. The displays are interesting, though English signage were far and few in between. Best of all, admission is free upon presentation of your passport. It is located a bit far from the city center, and I was lucky to have caught a taxi ride back afterwards. Keep the phone number of the taxi company handy just in case!
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Date of experience: May 2019
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pmoore222 wrote a review May 2019
Little Rock, Arkansas521 contributions20 helpful votes
Well organized, displayed, and most importantly, educational. It is a MUST see when in Nanning. An opportunity to travel through 1,000's of years of regional Chinese history.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Simster wrote a review Sep 2018
Singapore, Singapore59 contributions76 helpful votes
This museum deals with the many non Han Chinese minorities that populate Guangxi province. The exhibits were well presented - native dress, the famous drums of Dong people, silver jewellery etc. It's not boring and 2 hours can be easily spent here. Note that passports are required for admission ( I don't know why)
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Date of experience: August 2018
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