I generally don't write reviews but since so little is written about this attraction I decided to write one to inform tourist who aren't native to China. This place is remote and very difficult to find, both our driver and tour guide indicated that they have never heard of this particular attraction in Hunan, but on the insistent of my Aunt we made our way to this rice paddy fields. My family hired a local driver from the Hunan province to drive us to various attractions around Hunan for two weeks. We started with Zhangjiajie National Park, made our way to Langshan National Park and from there to Ziquejie Terrace. The road from Langshan to Ziquejie Terrace was an extremely bumpy and rough ride, where our driver vowed never to drive to this attraction again. Also signage direction to this particular attraction were non-existent. For a lot of the popular Chinese attractions, there are generally signage to indicate the direction of the attraction when you are driving. We eventually reached Ziquejie but it was devoid of any tourist except for us. I must say its nice to visit a place with no crowds, but the journey to get to this particular rice paddy terrace wasn't worth it when there are more accessible fields in china. My family went during April when the fields weren't very green. If you feel you must go. Go during a time when the rice paddies are green and be prepare for a long bumpy ride.
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