Guizhou Province is located in the hinterland of Southwest China. Map of Guizhou Province covers an area of over 180,000 square kilometers. The population of Guizhou stands at 34 million, ranking 19th among the provinces in China. Guizhou shares borders with the autonomous region of Guangxi to the south, Yunnan to the west, Sichuan to the northwest, the municipality of Chongqing to the north, and Hunan to the east. The Province is a picturesque place with abundant natural and cultural scenic spots. Many Chinese ethnic minorities have been living on this land for centuries.
English Name: Guizhou
Chinese Name: 贵州(Guì Zhōu)
Administration Type: Province
Climate: subtropical humid monsoon climate
Temperature: 15°C(annual average); 3-6°C(average of the coldest January); 22-25°C(average of the hottest July)
Perennial Relative Humidity: ≥70%
Area: 176,167 km² (68,018 mi²)
Population (2018): 36,000,000
Major Ethnic Groups: Miao, Dong, Yi, Tujia, Buyi
Political Map of Guizhou Province
Located in the southwest of China, the Political Map of Guizhou Province Province borders Sichuan and Chongqing to the north, Yunnan to the west, Guangxi to the south, and Hunan to the east. It covers an area of over 180,000 square kilometers and has a population of 38.68 million. The capital city of Guizhou Province is Guiyang. Guizhou is divided into nine prefecture-level divisions: six prefecture-level cities and three autonomous prefectures.
Outline Map of Guizhou Province
Guizhou is located in the southeast part of China, about 1735 kilometers southwest of Beijing, the capital of China. Guizhou shares borders with the autonomous region of Guangxi to the south, Yunnan to the west, Sichuan to the northwest, the municipality of Chongqing to the north, and Hunan to the east. The province is famous for its Karst physiognomy and its rich revolutionary relics.
Geography Map of Guizhou Province
Guizhou occupies the eastern part of the Yungui Plateau, rising between the Sichuan Basin and Guangxi Basin. The Terrain of Guizhou gradually lowers down eastwards, its western and central part having an attitude of one to two thousand meters above sea level. Major mountains in Guizhou Province are Mount Dalou Shan, Mount Wumeng Shand, and Mount Miao Ling. Major rivers are Wu River, Chishui River, Qingshui River, Hongdu River, Nanpan River, Beipan River and Duliu River.
Guizhou is ruled by a subtropical highland humid monsoon climate, characterized by abundant rainfall and blurry seasonal difference. With an annual rainfall of 1,100 ~ 1,400mm, the average annual temperature is between 10 ~ 20℃, and 3 ~ 6 ℃ in January, and 22 ~ 26℃ in July.
Cities Map of Guizhou Province