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Things to do in Guilin
Guilin and its surrounding areas are some of the most beautiful areas in China. For natural sights, the city is home to stunning terrain, mountains, rice terraces, rivers, and caves. And for manmade destinations, Guilin has plenty of museums, landmarks, and exciting neighbour towns. So if you plan to explore China, you definitely can’t miss Guilin.
A great way to start your trip in Guilin is stopping by the city’s Central Square. You can get a glimpse of the local way of life and also be dazzled by its waterfall at night too. Grab your camera and check out the Sun and Moon Twin Pagodas next, which are even more amazing during sunset and just dazzling at night.
Experience more of Guilin’s culture and stop by the Li River Folk Custom Center, the Guilin Art Museum, and Guilin Museum.
See how Guilin perfectly combines historical sites and its natural landscape at Jingjiang Prince City and the gorgeous Solitary Beauty Peak. Known as the “city in a city” since ancient times, its summit will also give you the best panoramic view of Guilin.
Discover for yourself why Guilin is one of China’s most scenic destinations and explore its’ natural side. Bring your camera to the West Hill Park, Black Hill Botanic Garden, and Seven Start Park, which also has zoo area with giant pandas, red pandas, and other creatures. And if your kids want to see more animals, just bring your family to the Xiongsen Bear and Tiger Village.
Have you ever gone spelunking? It’s about time you do! Go and explore the depths of the Crown Cave. Then add a pop of colour to your travel photos when you check out the vibrant and popular Reed Flute Cave.
Continue your outdoor adventure by climbing the stone stairs of Diecai Hill and be amazed by the views of Fubo Hill and Elephant Trunk Hill.
What you should know
The best time to visit Guilin for great weather and cooler temperatures is from late August to early April, when you can enjoy autumn, winter, and spring and avoid peak season in the city too.
Get your suitcase ready now because Singapore citizens can fly to China and travel to Guilin visa-free for up to 15 days. If you plan to stay longer in the country, just visit the Embassy of The People’s Republic of China in The Republic of Singapore for more travel info.
Travelling to and around Guilin
You will be landing at Liangjiang International Airport, and from there you can travel to the city by taxi and bus. Start travelling around Guilin by taxi, bus, hired drivers, and booked tours.
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