About Crown Cave

This popular tourist attraction, also known as the Ganyan (sweet) Cave due to the presence of sweet spring water, is a wonder of nature. The hill above it resembles a crown from a distance that has earned it the name Crown Cave. The attraction's main pull factor is the unique way in which it can be explored, which has also earned it an entry in the Guinness Book of Records. Tourists can explore the four interconnected caves via the sightseeing elevator, by boat, and by train. The main allure of the cave is its mystical interiors which include overhanging stalactites and even a small waterfall. It also boasts the world's longest sightseeing sliding track which makes it a must-see. 

Must See

  • Splendid views of the underground river
  • Kart landscape features
  • Palm Hall

How to reach

There are direct buses to Crown Cave from the Guilin Chief Bus Station. It is a 40-minute ride

Taxi: Between CNY 90 and CNY110 (one-way)

Rental Car: Approximate fuel cost between CNY 23 and CNY 35

Tips

  • The Li River Cruise passes by the cave but doesn’t stop there. 
  • Wear appropriate shoes for hiking inside the cave. 
  • Plan a day tour to visit the cave together with the nearby Gudong Waterfall.
  • Carry refreshments for the long trip.
  • Do not carry valuables on the trip.

Visit Time

Monday to Sunday: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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Waiting Time

NIL

 

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Entrance Fee

Yes

CNY 60 for adults
CNY 30 for children between 3.9ft to 4.9ft tall
Note: This includes the fare for admission, elevator, tramcar and boat ride

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Time you can spend

2 hours

 

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Weather

Broken Clouds 33.21°C

 

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