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Fuli Bridge

Upstream of Yulong River, Yangshuo County 541900, China
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Upstream of Yulong River, Yangshuo County 541900, China
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Reviewed 22 September 2017

Very scenic area. Took a bamboo raft and the view was fantastic. The old bridge is very charming. Saw a few couples taking wedding photos along the banks. The water was shallow in some parts of the river and deep in others. Best time to...More

Thank puffyeye
Reviewed 13 August 2017

At over 500 years old, the Fuli Bridge is yet another ancient stone bridge which can be found in the countryside around Yangshuo. When seen from a distance away, the bridge with its high arched back and the reflection created in the water form a...More

Thank fesign
Reviewed 27 July 2017

Fuli Bridge is definitely a must if you have spare time in Yangshuo. When visiting in June it was fairly quiet and had only locals playing cards by the cafe. There are stunning views and is a nice drive by moped if you go via...More

Thank Ollie H
Reviewed 6 May 2017

The day we visited, five bridal parties were having photos taken under, beside or on the bridge. Great photo opportunities for tourists too!

Thank Mandy B
Reviewed 14 September 2016

Most of the stunning and breathtaking sceneries in Guilin are concentrated in Yangshuo. And there are three main areas of attractions in Yangshuo. One centers around the areas of the Yulong River that stretches from Yulong Bridge and beyond to Gong Nong Bridge. The second...More

2  Thank soh_kien_peng
Reviewed 6 April 2016

This bridge is off the beaten path. The only reason we found it was we had a friendly tuktuk driver who took us to go on the bamboo rafts. Through the google translate app (he spoke zero English) we ascertained that we had an hour...More

Thank jambster
Reviewed 28 January 2016

Interesting old bridge. more peaceful surroundings than dragon bridge. But not incredibly note worthy or inspiring or beautiful... Sorry.

1  Thank Kang Yang L
Reviewed 6 January 2016

Riding to this bridge we saw no other tourists and could climb it tout free! It is more impressive than Dragon Bridge.

Thank Cat R
Reviewed 3 December 2015

This town is the kind of thing you come to China to see, its not pretty, not glam, its rustic, charming and has the feeling that this is how they've done things for hundreds of years.

Thank Michael L
Reviewed 5 October 2015

We happened onto the Fuli Bridge on our way to our rafting and it was worth it. It is a very old bridge and it captures the old China well against the backdrop of beautiful Karst mountains. Was fun watching kids jumping off a nearby...More

Thank stephentaynton
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