Guilin (桂林) is a city on the banks of the Lijiang River in the northeast of Guangxi in southern China. It owes its name to the fragrant Sweet Osmanthus trees in the city and literally means "forest of the Sweet Osmanthus".
From the Guilin Travel Guide
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Stayed there twice in the last couple of weeks...one for 7 days, and the other for 4 days. It's a great deal if you: 1) pay in cash. 2) speak chinese. I paid using a credit card and I speak English so there was a lot of problems. ... more
Guilin, Yangshuo, how long?
I'll be travelling through china (last 2 weeks of May) and the place i'm most looking forward to is Guilin and Yangshuo, after seeing so many amazing pictures of the scenery, or watching chinese films set there e.g. parts of "Hero". Has anyone been there, if so, how long do you think i could stay ...
About Guilin .Do you know?
Situated in the northeas of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Guilin has always been famous ...
We flew from Beijing to Guilin in the Southwest of China to admire some of the most dramatic landscapes of then whole country. At first, we took a 4-hour cruise on the River Li to admire the famous karst formations... On the following picture, Jordan shows the 20 Yuan bill in front of the landscape ...
Posted in Trip Around the World by svjorber
if you have ever seen the hsbc advert with the birds they use for fishing you will know how beautiful guilin is. beautiful / unusual limestone hills and the river li. what a combination. the birds they use to fish are so well trained they are like our springer dogs catching rabbits! getting a bit tired ...
Posted in Rose and Mikes Great Adventure by rosewmike