Karst rocks at the "Jiudongtian" scenic spot. (photo by Peng Jiahan/provided to chinadaily.com.cn)
Jiudongtian, a national key scenic spot bordering Nayong and Dafang counties in Bijie, Southwest China's Guizhou Province, is wowing tourists this season.
Jiudongtian, which means "nine caves in the sky" in Chinese, covers an area of 80 square kilometers. It features nine huge caves dotting a six-kilometer-long underground stream. The sky is sometimes hidden and sometimes seen from the stream.