There is a very good reason why Guilin is one of the best known traveller’s destinations in China. The town’s impressive natural beauty, cultural charm and its convenient location makes it a must-visit when venturing to Southern China. Enveloped between two rivers, four lakes and breathtaking mountains Guilin sits at the epicentre of natural splendour.
Immerse yourself in the historical and natural wonderland that this impressive town and its surroundings have to offer and we guarantee you will leave feeling inspired.
The Li River meanders through 105 miles of China’s most stunning countryside. No matter what time of year, a river cruise should be at the top of every traveller’s list. Located on the banks of the Li River, Seven Stars Park is Guilin’s largest and the most scenic park. The park is comprised of elegant mountains, stone forest, deep and impressive valleys, a plethora of wildlife and plants, and a number of cultural relics.
The Reed Flute Cave is named after the reed that grows in the cave and is crafted into musical flutes. It is formed of natural limestone that is over 180 million years old. The cave has been an attraction in Guilin since ancient times, proven by the old scriptures on the walls which date back to 792 AD. Situated only five Kilometres North West of downtown, Guilin Reed Flute Cave is an essential afternoon excursion.
Fubo Hill is a unique addition to Guilin’s magnificent landscape. The hill stands at 213 meters above sea level. This natural wonder was named after the Great General Fubo who built the Mayuan Temple at the top. The hill’s formation is surrounded by myths involving General Fubo which makes it not only a natural experience but one immersed in traditional Chinese culture.