Guilin International Hotel

No.1-1 Canluan Road, Qixing District, Guilin, Guangxi Zhuang, 541004, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Downtown area of Guilin, is near Li River, Fubo Hill, and Solitary Beauty Peak.
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    Travel Blogs from Guilin

    Longi Rice Terraces

    A travel blog entry by lorivic on Sep 11, 2014

    7 photos

    ... lucky guys. Oh forgot to write that on the way down I also get to try a Guilin speciality fruit, it basically tastes like passion fruit but apparently it wasn't. I can't remember the name of it but it only grows in this part of China. When we finally make it to our final coach I must have been more tired than I realised because I pass out soon after and don't wake up until we're nearly at Guilin. I just about have enough time to wake myself up properly before I'm saying ...

    Guilin, Longji Rices Terraces and minority people

    A travel blog entry by shockergram on Oct 22, 2013

    19 photos

    ... once, when they are 18 years old. When unwound the hair goes clear to the ground. The. Ladies also collect hair that falls out and make it into a thick hair piece which is added in as they wind up their hair into a large roll on top on there heads. The Yao costume is very colorful, pink on top with a black skirt.

    We climbed and climbed narrow stairs made of slate, up an up, beside houses and shops, winding along higher and higher, the ...

    The Fields of Rice

    A travel blog entry by sctravels on Aug 25, 2013

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... to see the "long hair" show and eat lunch in the Huanguo Yao village. The women of this village only cut their hair once throughout their lifetime when they turn 18. The hair being a social symbol itself, the women all style it according to their marital status. That was about the most interesting part of the detour as we were anxious to get on our way to the actual terraces. Riding in a mini bus with 4 other travelers we twisted and turned our way around narrow bends, ...

    17 reasons why I love China

    A travel blog entry by jenflorido on Aug 03, 2013

    14 photos

    ... some else space. Coming from England this is a culture shock and it takes time to get used to. In fact it was only in our third week in China that I started to put my elbows out to make space for myself. Mind you, with my height, I always risked knocking somebody out completely. 8. Queuing. Here is another typical English niggle - I have definitely lived in the UK too long. Queues are so regularly disrespected, train station ticket counters have even put metal ...

    Being a celebrity is tiring!

    A travel blog entry by thecollarheaths on Jun 21, 2013

    21 photos

    ... we were working we were also having fun.
    They took us out for some really nice dinner and lunchs and generally treated us like we were real (to quote Chinese for famous person) 'Superstars'.

    Huanjiang is a very small town, but in comparison to Yizhou it was surprisingly clean, the stares from the locals were kept to a minimum and the people were really really friendly. The river is a really deep green colour and there's a big square in the middle which is quite ...