Hot Spring Hotel Guilin

Address: Hot spring, Longsheng, Guilin, Guangxi Zhuang, China | Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHot Spring Hotel Guilin

Reviewed by rdtogg

Awesome Place

Reviewed Oct 4, 2011
by (2 reviews) Houston , United States Flag of United States

Great facilities, Great food, Great location

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TripAdvisor Reviews Hot Spring Hotel Guilin

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Guilin

Yangzee, Panda World and tribal Villages

A travel blog entry by smadge on Oct 18, 2014

2 comments, 8 photos

... roll up trouser legs the floor will be wet (apart from anything else the basin usually empties on to it), get paper ready ( difficult to get out of pocket once squatting), tie up shirt tails or they will also dangle on wet floor, hold trousers out of the way with one hand and grip the grunt rail with the other or one vigorous sway of the train and you could find yourself on your tipped on to the floor. Wiping is a particularly dangerous period as you really need ...

Transition day Guilin to Shanghai

A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Oct 14, 2014

29 photos

... a lot of information about how tea is grown and processed. We were also shown the proper way to brew tea and were able to try several different kinds. Then we were led to the sales room where we bought some "gourmet" tea.
Later, we toured Fabo Shan (Whirlpool Hill) located in a park standing magnificently on the side of the Li River. The hill gets its name because ...

Travel blog. Entry 6. Guilin and Yangshuo

A travel blog entry by sarlexpovend on May 27, 2014

3 comments, 37 photos

This week we spent 3 nights in Guilin, and three nights in Yangshuo respectively, both in southern China. This region is famous for its karst limestone formations and for its location on the Li river. The area clearly capitalises on its natural surroundings and you can barely go for a stroll in the local park without being charged an entry fee. In Guilin in particular it seemed that any point of interest had been walled off with entrance fees up to £9. Some of ...

Lunch with Annie

A travel blog entry by gjessee on Nov 03, 2013

1 comment, 12 photos

... the wood. Above the oven, in the middle of the round table, was a big wok.

When the fire got going the waitress poured in tea and stir fried it in oil. It was then scooped out and served with a kind of rice crisps, small rice balls that were crispy and chives. It was very good. Then the cook added a chopped up fish with vegetables. When done, you could scoop out the fish and vegetables and eat them, with ...

Malaysia and the happy return to China

A travel blog entry by deirdreandbrock on Oct 02, 2013

106 photos

... the base of the mountain in a small town called Tangkou. We woke up early the next morning to take a bus to the entrance gate of the mountain. The entrance price to hike up the mountain is $40. Yikes! But we had to pay it. This is the mountain you see in pictures, movies, advertisements, and paintings. It’s the classic “yellow mountain” of China. Unfortunately, the weather for our hike was not that good. It’s a very cloudy ...

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