Situated 22 kilometres northwest of Guiyang on the upper reaches of Maotiao River, Baihua (Hundred-Flower) Lake, a man-made lake, is a vast expanse of clear water, whose surface is studded with 110 isles of varying sizes and shapes. It was created in 1960 when the dam of a hydropower station was built. Surrounding the lake there is a well preserved ecological environment. Providing an ideal holiday resort, Hundred-Flower Lake lies in its crystal-clear waters, tranquil bays and lagoons, and exotically shaped isles hosting luxuriant trees and splendid flowers.
The lake features numerous bays and more than 100 charming islets. Each of its three sections, the Central, South and North lakes, presents its own characteristic landscape Cruising on the lake is like visiting an art gallery of three-dimensional traditional Chinese paintings.
Lusi (Egret) Isle to the east is a natural habitat of egrets. The south of the lake is clustered with scenic spots, and the better-known ones are Yanbei Gorge, Yanbei Peak, Jinyin Gorge, Mogu Peak, Hongwu Gorge and Hongwu Temple. There are also limestone caves on some of the isles.
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