Nanning Wuxu International Airport (NNG) is located in Wuxu Town, about 31 kilometers (19 miles) southwest from the city proper. Since its opening, this airport has reached a capacity of some 2.5 million passengers each year and can handle 15 large passenger airliners at one time. Advanced technology, including radar system, VOR system and blind landing greatly ensure flight safety while sound freight transit facilities make passengers' trips easier. The airport also provides special services for different groups of passengers, such as seniors, handicapped and children without companions.
Taxies in Nanning are red or green in color. There are taxi stops along most of the main streets, where you can summon those which display a 'For Hire' sign. The charge for taxies depends on the different logos. For ordinary ones, the flat rate is CNY5-CNY6 for the first two kilometers (about 1.2 miles); then CNY1.2 for each extra kilometer. For those well equipped ones, the flat rate is CNY7 and distance surcharge is from CNY1.6 to CNY2. For all types of taxis, you will need to pay CNY1 for the fuel surcharge regardless how far you go. Complaint phone numbers can usually be found in eye-catching places in a taxi.
Nanning sits beside Yunnan, Guizhou, Hunan and Guangdong provinces, with its urban area located in the Nanning Basin on the Lingnan Mountain Range. It has a subtropical Monsoon climate, with an average annual maximum summer temperature of 34°C (92°F) and daily rainfall in the summer months.
Nanning, the capital city of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, is the political, economic and cultural center of the region. Bordering Vietnam, this city is neighbor to Guangzhou, close to Hong Kong and Macau, and faces Southeast Asia. This advantageous location makes the city a commercial and communication center, opening China to Southeast Asia.
Yangmei Ancient Town-Liangfengjiang National Forest Park-Da Wang Tan Reservoir Scenic Area.