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Find RB Flights to Nanning (NNG)

Find RB Flights to Nanning (NNG)

Travel to Nanning

Nicknamed the “Green City” for its lush trees and flowers, Nanning, China delights travellers with its winding rivers, mountains, and colourful folk culture. Book your flight to Nanning with Royal Brunei Airlines and rediscover comfort when you treat yourself to a lie-flat, Business Class seat with an 11% larger surface than most in-flight beds.

History in Nanning

Explore Nanning’s ancient roots and culture at the Anthropology Museum of Guangxi where you’ll find bronze drums, demonstrators making embroidered silk balls, and Nixing pottery. Then hop on a boat to Yangmei Ancient Town and step back in time to the era of the Ming Dynasty and walk down ancient streets and picnic beside the Kuixing Pavilion.

Outdoor Activities in Nanning

Go to Nanning’s People’s Park and climb the steps to Zhenning Fort to enjoy sweeping views of the city. While in the park, you can also explore the Tropical Shady Botanical Garden, featuring rare plants and a 1,000-year-old banyan tree. Next, head to the Qingxiu Mountain scenic area and go to the Longxiang Pagoda to take-in panoramic views of the mountains and the city.

Markets in Nanning

Visit the Nanning Bird and Flower Market, where you’ll find everything from potted plants to pets and traditional Chinese tea sets. If you prefer well-known brands, you should check out Chaoyang Yang Road, which is also a good place for people watching.

Join Royal Skies before your flight to Nanning with Royal Brunei Airlines to earn miles that you can use towards upgrades and flights as you discover the world on a Skytrax 4-star airline.

Weather in Nanning

Sunday sky is clear
25°C 23 February 2020
Monday light rain
24°C 24 February 2020
Tuesday light rain
23°C 25 February 2020
Wednesday overcast clouds
21°C 26 February 2020
Thursday scattered clouds
23°C 27 February 2020
Friday overcast clouds
19°C 28 February 2020
Saturday light rain
22°C 29 February 2020
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