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We booked a car to drive us to Yangdi at 7.30 am. We rode on the motorised bamboo raft from Yangdi to Nine Horse Mural Hill. Journey is 45 mins and it costs 90 yuan per person on the 4 seater raft. The life jackets...More
If a photo of the mountains depicted at the back of the 20 Yuan note is something you will value, then a trip to this little town will be worth it. Providing the weather plays along! This is about one and a half hours drive...More
Xing Ping is a small town where the view from the 20 yuan currency was taken. It is a very small town (one main street), walkable in 10 mins or less. There isn't much in this town, other than the aura of being an old...More
Am I the only one or do they have a bit of a racket going here. I thought I had done my research and was happy to see I could bypass the old slow transportations from Guilin to Yangshuo (bus and boat) and was prepared...More
One of China,s most iconic viewpoints, Xingping is also a major tourist destination with literally hundreds of tour groups passing through daily to gawk at the incredible scenery. The ‘Old Village’ is now swallowed up by ritzy nouveau old streets and the is plenty of...More
This place is a lot smaller than Guilin and Yangzhou...basically a very small village. It does offer a look at the local culture but still touristy and crowded. If you have time, then okay to stop but not a must see attraction.
Raft ride on the River:
We arrived by bus from YangShuo (＝ terrible place to stay) and if you walk out the bus station, follow the street strait ahead to the tourist office. Only buy tickets there and not from anybody who stops you on...More