Ludi (Reed Flute) Cave Travel Tips

On September 5, 2011, in Caves & Canyons, Guilin, More Cities, Tours, Travel Info, by Jack Li

Ludi Cave is the most popular karst scenery spot in the world.  Up to now, it has received forty million visitors since it was open to the public, including over 180 parties and states leaders such as Dengxiaoping, American former president Nixon, Cart, German former president Richard Weizsacker and more.  All of them once were […]

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Taohua (Peach Blossom) River View Spot

On September 5, 2011, in Guilin, More Cities, Nature Scenery, Rivers & Gorges, by Jack Li

Most visitors choose to drive along Taohua River when they go to Ludi Cave.  Taohua River, initially named as Yang River, originates from Simo Mountain in Guilin.  Flowing through Lingui, Lingchuan and Guilin, the about 25km long river was leaded into Li River in Ming dynasty.  Formed ten or twenty years ago, the wide river […]

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Feiluan Bridge View Spot

On September 5, 2011, in Guilin, Nature Scenery, Rivers & Gorges, by Jack Li

The dignified and unsophisticated Feiluan Bridge is the first attractions when you arrive in Ludi Cave Scenic Spot.  Also called as Feilong Bridge, it is located on the crossover point of Taohua River and Ludi Road.  The bridge has a length of 62.4m and a width of 10.5m.  Bricked by black limestone, the bridge arch […]

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Ludi Cave

On September 5, 2011, in Activities, Caves & Canyons, Guilin, More Cities, by Jack Li

The stalactites in the cave were naturally formed. The lines of the stalactites are fluent and seem very grand and magnificent. And under the lamplights, different artistic conceptions are created, making the well-ordered stone pillars, stalagmites, stalactites, stone flat, stone curtains resemble works of art. Those give people colorful imaginary space and artistic enjoyment. The […]

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Ludi Cave (Reed Flute Cave)

On September 5, 2011, in Caves & Canyons, Guilin, More Cities, Travel Info, by Jack Li

 Ludi Cave is on the northwestern outskirts of Guilin. It is 5 kilometers far from the downtown. In the Ludi Cave Scenic Spot you could not only enjoy a wonderful cave tour, but also admire scenic rural landscape. The cave is 240 meters deep while the cave tour is 500 meters long. The traces of […]

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Mahao Cliff-tombs

On September 5, 2011, in More Cities, Sichuan, Tombs, Towers, Pagodas & Grottoes, by Jack Li

Mahao Cliff-tombs is on the eastern shore of the floodway between Mount Lingyun and Mount Wuyou. “Mahao” is the name of that place. Cliff-tombs are a type of tomb found in the west of Xichuan province, especially in the Leshan area. The tombs are square caves dug in the sandy stratum of the side of […]

Black Dragon Pool Travel Tips

On September 5, 2011, in Kunming, Tours, Travel Info, Waterfalls & Pools, Yunnan, by Jack Li

Black Dragon Pool has been famous for the water, the pool and the maidenhair tree, which are called “three wonders”. There has opened up a “Dragon Spring Watching Plum Garden” which covers an area of over 400 mu (26.67 hectares) since 1990s. Over 100 species gather in the garden which is divided into Art Plum […]

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Black Dragon Pool

On September 5, 2011, in Kunming, Nature Scenery, Waterfalls & Pools, Yunnan, by Jack Li

Black Dragon Pool is at the foot of Five Old Men Peak of Longquan Mountain in the northern countryside of Kunming City. According to the Book of Former Han·Gnas-yig, there was Black Water Temple in the northwest of Dian Lake County, Yizhou County, which means the Black Water Temple in Han Dynasty is today’s Black […]

The Dian Lake Travel Tips

On September 5, 2011, in Kunming, Lakes, Tours, Travel Info, Yunnan, by Jack Li

It is difficult to ask the way into downtown areas of Kunming because most people in Kunming speak with a different dialect. Therefore, it is inconvenient to communicate with them. Furthermore, many citizens in Kunming are from other places outside Kunming, so they actually don’t know roads of Kunming very well. However, if you ask […]

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Hall of Pure Trinity

On September 5, 2011, in Kunming, Temples, Towers, Pagodas & Grottoes, Yunnan, by Jack Li

Hall of Pure Trinity is a Taoist temple which is located in the mountain side of West Mountain in Kunming. It was originally an imperial palace for short stays away from the capital in hot summer days for Liang Wang in Yuan Dynasty. Then it was transformed into Pavilion of Jade Emperor in the beginning […]

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