Guilin Xishan Scenic Area

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60Rajesh
London, UK381 contributions
Rural area of Yangshuo
Jul 2017 • Friends
After disembarking Li River cruise, we made our way to a rural village with our travel China guide. We visited a very old village and a typical house. The old couple showed us around their dwelling including the living areas, kitchen bed rooms and areas where livestock were kept. The family home was frozen in time since first occupied some two hundred years ago. The common thread of younger generation emigrating to larger cities was also visible. Overall a very good experience of seeing how the rural folks live in China.
Written March 29, 2018
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yipjcs88
Hong Kong, China9,934 contributions
Good for a leisurely walk
Oct 2017 • Solo
The Xishan scenic area has a nice setting, with water and distant mountain views. It has a cave area and bridges. The area is tranquil, ideal for a leisurely walk in the morning or late afternoon.
Written October 15, 2017
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flavell
England231 contributions
A beautiful area
Mar 2016
This area of China is so far removed from the cities we had encountered on our tour of the country to date - an area of outstanding scenery and our guide was so proud of her home town she sold it to us without any problem.
Unfortunately we were only in the region for a couple of nights but would love to go back for a longer stay.
Written March 10, 2016
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waffler_au
Melbourne, Australia135 contributions
Buddhist Niches
Jun 2015 • Solo
There are three parts to the park: Xi Shan, Yin Shan and Westlake. There are many niches as you climb Xishan with Buddhist reliefs dating back more than 1000 years in some cases. Westlake is just a lake, there are big fish in it you can feed. Yin Shan is across the lake, it has 6 caves, some are interconnected but there is a sign saying 30RMB/pp entry fee into that cave network and there didn't really seem to be any guides/torches available (actually didn't really seem to be promoted much), not sure if you can actually go in. Anyhow, it's a good spot for a bit of hiking and popular with locals too in the morning and on weekends.
Written June 22, 2015
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