Before I visited this cave, I had seen about half a dozen limestone caves with stalactite and stalagmite formations and I really wondered in what way is this cave going to be different? But, no sooner than I approached it I realized the difference. To begin with the the infrastructure built around and up to the cave is top class. When I entered the cave, I realized it was special. The walk way inside the cave is broad, well lit, generally dry and made of non slippery surface. The cave is really huge from inside, huge enough to accommodate a basketball stadium! The stalactite and stalagmite formations have attractive shapes and they are made even more attractive through imaginative use of colored lighting and soft music. There is a large shallow pond inside and the tranquil reflection of cave's interior into the water, enhanced through colored lighting makes it look very attractive. The ventilation is good too so that one does not feel stuffy. This cave is an excellent example of how a natural asset can be developed and exploited (in the good sense off course!) for the purpose of tourism. A mono rail is currently under construction. When completed tourists will be carried straight to the entrance of the cave and much walking will be saved. Do not miss this attraction if you happen to visit Guilin.
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