Gui Hua Xiang Hotel

No.78 Zhongshan South Road, Xiangshan District, Guilin, Guangxi Zhuang, 541007, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.78 Zhongshan South Road, Xiangshan District, Guilin, is near Reed Flute Cave (Ludi Yan), Elephant Trunk Hill (Xiangbishan), Seven Star Park (Qixing Gongyuan), and Fubo Hill.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Guilin

Day 11 Free Day and River Rafting

A travel blog entry by meraz on Aug 05, 2014

17 photos

... taking mountains down more rapids, and Joseph tried his hand at punting. It was harder than it looked and after difficulty steering he handed back to the professional. We arrived at our hotel, fortunately I had hung my Imperial yellow T-Shirt off the balcony which I recognised as we approached. I whistled loudly to let YF know we are there, there was lots of waving while photos are taken of Joseph over shooting the dock.

The river ...

Deep South.

A travel blog entry by jfgcooper95 on Apr 21, 2014

1 comment, 51 photos

... hhhoooouuuwwwwcccchhhkkk' spitting sound still ringing in our ears. It was a massive relief, therefore, to see signs for Hong Kong the moment that we stepped off the train.

Going back through customs and over the New Territories to get to Hong Kong Island was a bit of a strange experience for me. There I was, a nineteen-year-old coming back to the place that I moved to when I was seven, a place I had not been back to since October 2011. The strangest thing, I suppose, ...

Monkey business

A travel blog entry by julie.tennett on Sep 26, 2013

2 comments, 1 photo

... poems and other inscriptions have been left behind on its walls by visitors. I was impressed how well maintained the route through the caves was - not at all slippery or uneven, which is what we've experienced elsewhere.
There were three unexpected stopping points - two were souvenir stalls deep within the caves, the other was a rather bizarre and out of place demonstration by a woman of one of the tribal minority groups of how she brushed and did her hair. She had it ...

Cormorant fishing

A travel blog entry by chevs_abroad on Aug 03, 2013

1 photo

... in touch. Traditional cormorant fishing is a skilled affair. The fishermen have bamboo rafts made of Phoenix tail bamboo (see the photos from bamboo rafting) and 6 birds, which each cost a staggering £330. The cormorants have a string collar tied around their necks - when they catch tiny fish they can swallow them, but the large fish won't go down. A kind of gastric band round the neck! On seeing that ...

Got to Guilin ...... Just!

A travel blog entry by chevs_abroad on Jul 31, 2013

1 comment, 5 photos

... Hong Kong here are a few observations: - when we arrived all you could focus on was the noise, height of the buildings, hustle and bustle, lack of space etc etc - but we got used to all that pretty quickly and once you've got your bearings there's so much to see and do, so many places of cultural interest we didn't get to and every possible food on offer - we have fallen in love with the MTR (tube). Yes, it's very crowded, but they have air con, no eating or ...