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Guizhou is located in the undeveloped southwest and transportation throughout the region is naturally poorer than the developed coastal areas in the east. Except bigger cities such as Guiyang, Kaili which can be reached via air, train and long distance bus. Those small ethnic villages often nestle deep in mountains and either are inaccessible or accessible only via rugged mountainous road.
There are seven airports throughout Guizhou province: Longjiabao Airport in Guiyang, Huangguoshu Airport in Anshui, Tongren aiport in Tongren city, Xingyi airport, Libo airport and Liping airport. The Longjiabao, Huangguoshu and Liping airports are useful to travelers. Visitors to Huangguoshu Waterfall in Anshun may use the Huangguoshu airport. The Liping airport at the heart of the ethnic region of southeast Guizhou are of great use to travelers. Before the opening of that airport, travelers had to take the time-consuming long distance bus over mountains to reach the region.
Train is still the main means of transportation across Guizhou Province. Four tracks (Guizhou-Hunan, Guizhou-Sichuan, Guizhou-Kunming, and Guizhou-Guangxi railways) radiate from the capital city Guiyang to the neighboring provinces. By train, travelers can conveniently reach such cities as Beijing, Shanghai, Nanjing, Hangzhou, Fuzhou, Zhenzhou, Wuhan, Guangzhou, Zhanjiang, Beihai, Chengdu, Chongqing, Kunming, Huaihua, Nanning and Liuzhou. Within the Guizhou Province, tourist trains are opened between Guiyang and Liupanshui (Yellow Fruit Tree Waterfall), Guiyang and Yupin (Fanjing Mountain). There are also regular trains between Guiyang and other cities including Zunyi, Kaili and Dujun.
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