Lost at Baigongyan Reservoir

If there’s one thing I’d recommend doing when taking a trip to a Chinese city, it is to take at least a day to explore the outskirts. The beginnings of the countryside are where you’ll find the communities unaffected (or less affected) by Western culture, where you can experience the more rural and arguably authentic Chinese lifestyle, you can breathe less-polluted air and notice the unique wildlife and landscapes China has to offer outside of the typical competitively tall and oh-so-grey cityscapes; and they’re easier to get to than you might think. I just wouldn’t recommend you doing it hungover after a regrettably mediocre (and Western) night out.

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