Guangxi is an autonomous region in southern China, bordering Vietnam. The area is known for its rivers, caves and towering karst formations. Boat cruises on the Li River connect Guilin and Yangshuo, cities punctuated by toothlike karst peaks. Guilin is the site of Ludi Yan (Reed Flute Cave), a limestone cavern noted for its stalactites and stalagmites.


Check the South Lake Park, with it's tropical plants and pleasing landscapes.

Detian Waterfall

Detian Waterfall is located about 245km to the west of Nanning, the largest waterfall in Asia, and the second largest transnational waterfall in the world, which separates China from Vietnam.

The Detian Waterfall is over 200 meters wide and has a drop of more than 70 meters. I

Huangyao Ancient Town

The town nestled in the mountains is known for caves, pavilions, temples, old trees and tranquil landscapes. One of the most popular places with foreign tourists


The most amazing section of Yangshuo is its West Street, about 1000 meters long, popularly known as "Foreigner's Street".

Longji Rice Terrace Scenic Spot

Longji Rice Terraces are reached from Guilin by mountain roads passing through spectacular scenery. Dating from over 700 years ago, the area is still being used for growing premium quality rice.

Seven Star Park

Seven Star Park is an extensive natural area of 134 hectares. It includes sites such as Follower Bridge, Camel Hill, Seven Star Cave and others.

The Seven Star Cave is a fantastic limestone karst cave complex.

Qingxiu Mountain Scenic Spot

Outside the city of Nanning, this green mountain area has many exotic trees and relaxing spaces.