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Best Of Guangxi

Treat yourself to a well-deserved holiday in Guangxi - Southern China, a place of serenity and beautiful sights. You can enjoy the fabulous natural scenery, visit the numerous cultural and historic sites and experience the traditional ethical customs. Enjoy the tranquility of the Gupo Hill National Forest Park in Hezhou and its renowned Xiangu Waterfall scenic spot. In Zhaoqing, visit the No. 1 seven-star Rock scenic Area.

The magnificent Detian Waterfall is another scenic wonder connected to Vietnam's Banye Waterfall. It is the largest transnational waterfall in Asia and second largest in the world. Gulin is a popular tourist venue which is famous for its beautiful landscape and picturesque scenery. The Guilin area is typical karst land, which has produced a beautiful landscape characterized by green hills, limpid waters, interesting caverns and fantastic rocks formations.

In the Guilin area there is no hill without a cave and no cave that is not grotesque. More than 400 of these karst caves are now open to tourists.The best-known is the impressive Reed Flute cave (Ludi) with superb collections of beautiful stalactites, stalagmites, stone pillars, stone flower and stone lotus vases. Take a boat cruise from Guilin to Yangshuo where the constant changes in scenery are almost poetic when viewed through a thin mist.

It has been described as 'a cruise through a painting or a walk in paradise'. Besides immersing in the wonders of Mother Nature, you will also have a chance to visit Yangshuo, a small but peaceful town with stunning country scenery. The town's West Street, lined with western cafes, restaurants & hotels and is also known as "the Earth Village in China'.' Small villages hide behind paddies and water buffalos patrol the fields while the fishermen fish on the river.

From famous waterfall to picturesque scenery, Guangxi is definitely a place that can satisfy all your senses. Do not miss the opportunity to discover the beauty of nature and its wonderful creations!


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