Rank in China
Rank in Asia
Guilin is the land of dramatic lighting and magnificent mountains which make it a photographer's paradise. This pearl of China comprises of four lakes and two rivers with ample natural beauty to take your breath away. It's unique limestone landscapes have been included in the world heritage listing and offer an ideal location for recreation, hiking and sightseeing. You can explore the sheer beauty of Guilin Karst by boat over the famous Li River or by hiking and biking around the popular tourist town of Yangshou.
Guilin appeals to all with a love for the outdoors and off-beaten activities. There is plenty of rafting and swimming in the rivers, cycling around the countryside and hiking along the rice terraces at Longji. If you're planning a more relaxing holiday, you can check into one of its swanky hotels and sip on a coffee while taking in the views. The city has a vibrant culture and played an important role in shaping the history of China so there will be plenty to absorb as you interact with locals at a bar or restaurant.
If you're looking for the ideal oriental destination, Guilin is the place to visit. It is very receptive and tourist-friendly with a 72-hour visa-free transit policy for 51 countries and a 144-hour visa-free travel extension for 10 ASEAN countries. It also houses a large community of English-speaking locals eliminating concerns of language barriers. So if you're drawn to natural beauty, Guilin awaits you with open arms.
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