Qujing Festivals and Events

Qujing is the “Hometown of Two Cuan”, which has a long history and the culture is wonderful. It is home to many ethnic groups such as Yi, Hui, Zhuang and Buyi, and it also forms the unique folk festivals.

Festivals in Qujing

1.Luoping Rapeseed Flower Cultural Tourism Festival

Every year on the second day of the lunar calendar, the young people of Buyi, Shui, Zhuang and Qiang, near the Jiulong River, gather in this place to sing and dance.

2.The Annual International Sand Sculpture Festival

The Annual International Sand Sculpture Festival is held on March 8.

3.Torch Festival

The August 8th (the 24th day of the sixth month of the Chinese lunar calendar) is the traditional Torch Festival of Yi ethnic minority.

4.Xuanwei Ham Culinary Culture Tourism Festival

Ham culinary culture and Tourism Festival set up a platform to know about Xuanwei and taste Xuanwei delicious food.

5.Dancing Flower Festival

During the festival, the Miao ethnic minority dressed up to gather in the traditional dancing ground. Young men and women danced in the center of the flower poles.

Activities in Qujing

1.Tea house

Teahouses can be seen everywhere, and local people always kill their time in these teahouses.


KTV is the best choice for one who wants to spent a pleasant night and enjoys himself to the full.


Bars are also nice for young people. For old people, the veteran cadre activity center is a good choice to kill time.

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