Kaiping Diaolou is a special type of Chinese native architecture. It is a multi-storey tower-like building integrating defense, residence and Chinese and Western architectural art. It is characterized by the combination of Chinese and Western dwellings, with ancient Greek, Roman and Islamic styles. . It is located in Kaiping City, under the jurisdiction of Jiangmen City, Guangdong Province, 80 kilometers from Jiangmen City and 90 kilometers from Gudou Hot Spring. Kaiping's towers are scattered all over the area, and we decided to go to the self-supporting village of World Cultural Heritage in the first stop. The most famous is the filming of the "Let the Bullets Fly", and we will go in for a while. You can now see a very typical watchtower. As the name suggests, "carving" refers to buildings used for military defense, and "floor" refers to houses with more than two floors. The tower is obviously a kind of solid building that combines the military defense function of the "carving" with the architectural form of the "building". The Diaolou Building was mainly built in the early 20th century. Due to floods, floods and other disasters, the Kaiping overseas Chinese funded the construction of 15 towers. The slabs are made of reinforced concrete or concrete-clad bricks. The floors are equipped with iron gates, iron windows and muzzles. Inside, they store guns, gongs, searchlights and grain. Once the bandits are invaded, the villagers will hide in easy-to-reach. In the tower, compete with it and keep one party safe. There are more than 3,000 seats in , and there are still 1,833 in existence. Today's Diaolou Village has not only attracted tourists from all over the world, but also became a popular location for filming movies.