Hua Qiao Hotel

Address: No.3 Huaqiao Street, Qixing District, Guilin, Guangxi Zhuang, 541004, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.3 Huaqiao Street, Qixing District, Guilin, is near Li River, Fubo Hill, and Solitary Beauty Peak.
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    Travel Blogs from Guilin

    Li River Cruise and cycling Yangshuo

    A travel blog entry by caroline63 on Feb 19, 2015

    22 photos

    ... from Chaoyang Pier to Gongnong Bridge and then came back over a little rapid. Everyone was friendly and waving and saying 'Happy New Year!' It started to pour with torrential rain while we were on the raft which was quite amusing. We cycled back to our hotel and left Judy. Will and I wandered down the streets and found an Indian restaurant to eat in. The food wasn't the best Indian food, but the young boys who served us were ...

    Last day in Guilin

    A travel blog entry by kathylindahl on Jan 05, 2014

    14 photos

    ... earlier. From the outside, I thought it would be a quick walk through, but the cave was enormous! Stalactites dripped from the ceiling and I'm guessing the height from the base of the cave to the top was about 3 stories high. We were instructed to join a tour group, but it was all in Chinese, so we just wandered around by ourselves. In total, it took us about 30 minutes walking at a good pace to get through the whole cave. ...

    Wada, wada, wada

    A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on Jan 04, 2014

    166 photos

    ... by Disney.) We baulked a little at the RMB 80 per person (8 quid) entry price - but the light shows inside made it all worth it. Some have criticised the garish lights inside as cheapening the natural beauty of the caves. In our opinion, they enhanced the natural beauty of it all - showing off the stalactites and stalagmites, and other wonderful, natural rock formations. The largest cave was perhaps the size of a cathedral and most ...

    Malaysia and the happy return to China

    A travel blog entry by deirdreandbrock on Oct 02, 2013

    106 photos

    ... the afternoon with them. The tea estate was cool too. We had never seen a tea plant until then. The factory gives free tours whenever they are processing the leaves but this only happens every three weeks and we were there when there was no work to be done in the factory, but we were still able to walk through it and there were many information displays explaining the whole process of farming and processing the tea leaves. After walking around for a bit ...

    Is that the Bathroom? Holy Cow!

    A travel blog entry by kyelito on Jul 14, 2013

    1 comment, 39 photos

    ... trunk wasnt glaringly evident after 11.5Hrs on a bus. However, the walk around the park was lovely. There were elephants everywhere. There were tons of people just swimming in the river and walking along the water. This city is very modern and clean. Although, I feel anywhere is clean compared to Fenghuang. We then had a very American Chinese food dinner. Fried Rice, Lo Mein, egg rolls, tomato veggie soup, beef and broccoli. It ...