Located in close proximity to where Li River and Peach Blossom River meet, Elephant Trunk Hill is a stunning limestone formation which resembles an elephant drinking water. This iconic natural attraction draws thousands of local and foreign visitors to the city.
Elephant Trunk Hill is over 360 million years old and is thought to have been formed due to water erosion. Standing at an impressive 55 meters above the river, the hill is approximately 100 meters wide and 108 meters long.
Jingjiang Prince City is located beside the Li River. It is a tourist attraction highlighted by the gorgeous Solitary Beauty Peak, whose summit offers the best panoramic view of Guilin City.
The magnificent Reed Flute Cave is a natural work of art created by centuries of water erosion. Some of the shapes and designs will seem almost unearthly to the first time visitor. The cave is packed with gorgeous stalactites, magnificent rock formations and intimidating stalagmites.
The entire cave is approximately 240 meters long. A trip through the entire cave should last at least an hour to properly absorb the beauty of the place.
The park is near the east bank of the Li River and gets its name from the seven mountain peaks. It is the park in Guilin with an area of 134.7 hectares and has been popular with sightseers since the Sui and Tang Dynasties