Wulong Furong Cave

Wulong Furong Cave, Wulong County: Hours, Address, Wulong Furong Cave Reviews: 4/5

Wulong Furong Cave
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Cicy Yang
Chongqing, China103 contributions
A Colorful Art Palace in The World
Jul 2019 • Friends
Furong Cave, with nearly 70 kinds of karst cave sediments, is the only karst cave in China that has been rated as a world natural heritage. Different forms of stalactites, stalagmites and stone pillars are like a colorful and brilliant underground art palace under the illumination of colorful colored lights.
Written September 17, 2019
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Fess S
Tucson, AZ262 contributions
Too many multicolored stage lights
Dec 2018 • Friends
We caught a bus to Jiangkou from across the street from the Wulong bus station for 4 CNY. We told the driver we were going to the cave and were dropped at a minivan to take us to the cave for 5 CNY each way. Because it was out of season we bought a return ticket and the driver set a 2 hour time for the return- which was perfect. The entry fee for the cave was 130 CNY which included the cable car. The cable car ride has a beautiful view over the Furong River. We saw almost nobody the entire time we were in the cave making it very special. However the endless multicolored stage lights made it below average. I would visit again because having no people around was really amazing but I would never visit in season.
Written December 29, 2018
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c4wley
London, UK446 contributions
Beautiful cave system, moderately maintained
Feb 2018 • Friends
Driving back from Fairy Mountain we stopped to explore the stalactites and stalagmites in the Wulong Furong caves. They were quite beautiful and impressive, but the level of respect and care from the staff and tourists wasn't very high. I hope they are still there in a hundred years.
Written December 26, 2018
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Payoh
Singapore71 contributions
beautiful nature
Jan 2018 • Family
About 60 km from Wulong Tourism center, along the way very nice view and jiangkuo town and rivers. When reach you need to take a cable car to the top, enter from a hole, inside the cave all are limestone. Very natural, it about 1 hour walk through. just like anyother cave aroud the world. Good to visit if you have time.
Written January 8, 2018
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Shannon E
16 contributions
Cool caves with good lighting
Jul 2017 • Friends
Good place to visit. The caves are well lit with multicolored lights. Photographers are at a couple of the more stunning points and will take professional pictures that you can buy at the end. It's good to visit outside of the popular tourist season, as you will have a better view and be able to enjoy more. It was hot outside, but the cave was a good way to cool down.
Written July 29, 2017
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Constance L
Montreal, Canada24 contributions
Pricy but worth the detour
May 2016 • Friends
Stunning colorful caves. Entrance is pricy, but attraction is worth it if time allows. Go early or during low peak season.
Written June 15, 2016
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cybertroner
Vyazma, Russia44 contributions
Underground palace
Jul 2015 • Friends
Furong cave is one of the largest and most beautiful caves in a world and of course it's must-visit attraction in Wulong area! Once you did the first step downstairs, you just enter to awesome, almost extraterrestrial environment! Different colours of lighting beautifully emphasize stalactites and stalagmites. You fast understand that every structure is unique and have its own very-very long story. There are some incredibly interesting objects, such as 1000-arrows hall, cave grape, sleeping Buddha and snow-white 20-meters stone waterfall!
To get this place we used train from Chongqing to Wulong, which rides 4 times per day, then got bus terminus by municipal taxi (only 5 yuan) and then got Furong cave by a bus through JiangKou town. You should keep in mind that the cave is cold and wet place and wear appropriate clothes. I also advice you to book a hotel in Wulong or XianNuShan to visit Three Natural Bridges and other attractions with no hurry
Written July 31, 2015
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Layla B
Leeds, UK9 contributions
Caves well lit with zip line for the adventurous
May 2014 • Couples
Tremendous natural caves well lit with coloured lighting so that you can see all the evocatively-named rock formations. If you need a bit more excitement, you can get on a zip line across the river and back! (I was too chicken but my husband did)
Written June 15, 2014
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AlicesAdventures13
Los Angeles, CA120 contributions
China's carlsbad
Oct 2013 • Business
Furong Cave is situated on a hilltop above the Furong river. It is one of the world's largest caves and designated as a world heritage site. It has walkways built all throughout the cave and is an easy walk for any age. They have put neon and colored lights inside the cave as well to enhance the visuals as you walk through. The cave itself is massive and has some great stalagmites and stalactites worth a view. It takes about 20 minutes to walk through the cave system and there are shops and food in the parking lot, as well as other activities to make for a fun day trip.
Written January 15, 2014
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Simone T
Auckland, New Zealand43 contributions
spectacular
Sep 2013 • Couples
We did this the same day as the arches, I can only say magical, a fairy cave hundreds of years old of stalactites and stalagmites, well worth a visit.
Written October 13, 2013
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