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G U   L I N

 ATTRACTIONS 

GUILIN'S IS REPUTED AS ONE OF THE WORLD'S MOST BEAUTIFUL PLACES.
ITS IDYLLIC SCENERY DRAWS MILLIONS OF TOURISTS FROM NEAR AND FAR EVERY YEAR.
WELCOME TO TRAVEL GUILIN OF CHINA !
ELEPHANT TRUNK HILL

 

Guilin Elephant Trunk Hill,most famous peak lies at the junction of the Li and Yang rivers. The rock hill with an arched hole (known as the water-moon arch) is named after its striking resemblance to an elephant sipping water.

LI RIVER

 

The Li River winds its way for about 80 km from Guilin to Yangshou. The 80-km-long waterway from Guilin to Yangshuo resembles an artists's masterpiece, painted with rolling hills, unique cliffs, featuring caves, comfortable boats.

YANGSHUO WEST STREET

 

The Li River winds its way for about 80 km from Guilin to Yangshou. The 80-km-long waterway from Guilin to Yangshuo resembles an artists's masterpiece, painted with rolling hills, unique cliffs, featuring caves, comfortable boats.

YINZI/SILVER CAVE

 

The main cave stretches for more than 10 km and inside the cave there are two layers, including the land part and the water part that is a crystal-clear subterranean river on which it is allowed to take a boat trip.

 

 Apart from the cave itself, the Silver Cave Scenic Area is a complex of natural sights and human culture, so not only caves, mountains and trees and but also fishing in a boat on the lake and rock climbing can be available there. Meanwhile, Chinese Chestnut Festival, Lipu Taro Gourmet Festival, Bicycle Rally racing, Extreme Sports Climbing and some other activities make the area more attractive.

HELPFUL HINTS & ADVICE ON LOCAL DESTINATION INFORMATION 

Guilin is a safe city, with low levels of crime and a fine blend of cultures from many areas of China. You need to be wary of pickpockets and menace children selling flowers, as with elsewhere in China, although most people have a hassle-free time. Getting around Guilin is chiefly by bus or taxi.

Money


RMB (yuan), the currency of China, can be bought and sold out of China, usually in a travel agent of Chinatown in your home town. You can change money at all major airports in China and at banks, although should avoid changing at hotels. 

 

ATMs are now ubiquitous and most will accept foreign cards with a small charge. To minimize being charged twice, consider banking with a bank in your home country that does not charge for withdrawals in a foreign country. Travelers checks are not that popular in China and will need to be exchanged in banks, such as the Bank of China. Credit cards are accepted in the bigger hotels and shopping malls only. 

 

Weather

Guilin is in the south and has a subtropical, monsoonal climate, with hot and humid summers (June through September), cold winters (December through February), and pleasant enough spring and fall. May and June can be pretty wet with lots of rain, as can September and October, although these times are usually better than the summer. The months of November and April are generally the nicest. 

Transportation


There is no subway system in Guilin, with buses and taxis the chief form of public transport. Buses are good for those on a budget and run to all attractions and parks, with services that are preceded by a ‘5' being free. Bus 58 is particularly popular with tourists as it runs from the train and bus station to take in many top attractions. Taxis are cheap and reliable, for the most part, and can be hailed anywhere. 

 

Liangjiang International Airport (KWL) is the gateway to Guilin, receiving flights from big cities like Hong Kong, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Seoul and Osaka. The cheapest option to town is to take the dedicated airport bus, which terminates just south of downtown, while taxis are also on hand – be sure to have the name of your hotel written in Chinese for the driver. 

 

Fast facts


Urban population: 700,000


Spoken languages: Mandarin


Electrical: 220 Volts, 50Hz Hertz

Phone/calling code: +86 773