Baigong Boutique Hotel Guilin

No.97 Zhongshan North Road, Guilin, Guangxi Zhuang, 541001, China | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on No.97 Zhongshan North Road, Guilin, is near Reed Flute Cave (Ludi Yan), Elephant Trunk Hill (Xiangbishan), Li River, and Seven Star Park (Qixing Gongyuan).
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    Travel Blogs from Guilin

    ON THE ROAD AGAIN

    A travel blog entry by crisanddavid on Apr 19, 2014

    18 photos

    ... only just visible. However, our guide was oblivious to the pollution, suggesting that it was mainly mist, with a small amount of smog - I might suggest the reverse.
    We were greeted at the airport by a humungous terminal building which puts Brisbane to shame. As expected, our flight was an hour late, with ...

    First look around Guilin

    A travel blog entry by mlhampton on Mar 02, 2014

    4 photos

    ... and loaded it up with various meat skewers of miscellaneous meat. Having already eaten some I only chose 3, but bloody hell they were all delicious - I will definitely be going back tomorrow. I also had a mango smoothie, which chilled me to the bone but was so full of mangoey goodness I didn't care! I reached the end of the street, which meant I could see the Moon and Sun Pagodas on the Shan Lake. They were beautifully ...

    Longsheng Rice Terraces and Huangluo Village

    A travel blog entry by halliday on Oct 10, 2013

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... profusely and had chest pain, managed to gasp that very same sentiment before sagging to her knees and burying her face in the ground. Seriously though the view was great. The people who built these terraces centuries ago, did so because they were a minority group and were being hastled by those in power. They trekked into the mountains and of course they needed food to survive. Growing rice was the answer to their problem and the terraces the result. All the rice they produce is ...

    Sub-par tours

    A travel blog entry by ellebee88 on Jul 04, 2013

    ... that we were destined to get lost. We did, but only mildly so. We found the way, stopped and had some VERY questionable jasmine milk bubble tea, ran into the same couple who recommended we skip the second tour (who rolled their eyes with us as we told them our experience), and eventually found a bus for 22 yuan back to Guilin. Two hours later we arrived at our hostel, opting to walk from the bus station since ...

    "The Most Beautiful City in China"

    A travel blog entry by no.limits on Nov 30, 2012

    67 photos

    ... it) directly along the river, it is pretty much untouched by anyone. We would have the occasional local paddling their little bamboo rafts to the boat trying to sell whatever food they had with them. We had a buffet lunch. Our guide told us to hurry and be the first before all the Chinese eat it all. I thought it was humorous. After the cruise we went to this bridge along a narrow smaller river surrounded by farmland. It was also another very
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