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Guilin Chuanshan Scenic Resort

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Address: No.55 Chuanshan Little Street, Qixing District, Guilin 541004, China
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One of Many Caves in Guilin

Chuanshan Hill Cave is part of the larger Chuanshan Park [穿山公園], lying on the east bank of Li River [灕江]. The nicest photo spot in the park is Pagoda Hill [塔山] on the west bank... read more

Reviewed 19 April 2016
Jeffrey L
Taipei, Taiwan
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Taipei, Taiwan
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Reviewed 19 April 2016

Chuanshan Hill Cave is part of the larger Chuanshan Park [穿山公園], lying on the east bank of Li River [灕江]. The nicest photo spot in the park is Pagoda Hill [塔山] on the west bank and its reflection on the river. Since it is a karst cave, Chuanshan Hill Cave is of course beautiful, but it is not as grand... More 

Thank Jeffrey L
Qingdao, China
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Reviewed 20 February 2016

Waking or cycling in Guilin,you are easy to find the thousand of hills,every of which have a carve. Chuanshan is one of it. It has special views itself like moon carve. You will enjoy Guilin mountains and rivers there

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Singapore, Singapore
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Reviewed 7 January 2015

The cave is pretty with lots of interesting shapes. I was most amazed by a pool that provides a reflection so perfect that I thought it was a hole on the rock formation! Opposite the cave is a great sunset spot. I missed the magical moment but saw lots of photographers set up to capture sunset of the hill with... More 

Thank mpenzakc
Zhangjiagang, China
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Reviewed 15 November 2014

The admission ticket is to the cave. It was 80 RMB. The cave is nothing spectacular. It is more of a tourist trap. You can miss this on your visit. The area is old and run down. More for locals I think. There are much better places to see and spend your money on. The climb to the old pagoda... More 

Thank Nashboroguy
Adelaide, Australia
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Reviewed 28 October 2013

We were taken to this park by a pedi-cab driver, arriving around 1:00pm and spent 3 hours here. This park contains an island, a pagoda on a hill, a cave and lookouts. After paying to get in, we went on a tour of the cave. The tour guide spoke chinese, which we did not understand. The cave was illuminated by... More 

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Reviewed 30 January 2013

I used to live beside there.It's a park located at one corner of Guilin. Maybe small amount of travellers will visit there,but the biggest influx of people consisted with residents.Especially in the evening,after dining,people come out from houses and go for a walk in the park.What a cosy life!

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