Ronghu Lake Hotel

Address: No.16 North Ronghu Road, Xiufeng District, Guilin, Guangxi Zhuang, 541001, China | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Downtown Lake-view Area area of Guilin, is near Reed Flute Cave (Ludi Yan), Elephant Trunk Hill (Xiangbishan), Seven Star Park (Qixing Gongyuan), and Folded Brocade Hill (Diecai Hill).
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      Travel Blogs from Guilin

      The Dragon's Backbone

      A travel blog entry by nikhil.sharma on Nov 17, 2014

      13 photos

      ... the next day with just a few hours of cycling.


      Despite the weary legs the scenery made it totally worth it. We cruised along the river Li watching the locals fishing before heading into the country. When we eventually got away from the usual manic Chinese traffic we found ourselves surrounded by gigantic karsts towering over us and gentle rivers giving the whole area a dream-like quality. A far cry from the towers of Hong-Kong and Shanghai!
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      Guilin - a mountain view

      A travel blog entry by jmintouch33 on Apr 27, 2014

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... dumplings (28 of them!), vegetables and rice. We also sampled the local rice wine which was so sweet and delicious. Again, we couldn't even make a dint in the food. Lucky it is a compliment in China if you leave some food behind! The snaking roads through the mountains continued to challenge our reserves of steel as Chen wound his way...mostly on the wrong side of the road - through the steadily climbing mountain road. The mountain descent ...

      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

      ... a cup of excellent tea on a patio overlooking the tea fields. We walked back just in time to catch the local bus heading back into Tanah Rata. From there we had just about 3 hours left of sunlight which was just the right amount of time to fit in a trek through the jungle and up to the top of one of the hills or “gurungs” as they say here. The trek was steep and junglely. Nothing too great about it and there wasn’t much of a view ...

      Is that the Bathroom? Holy Cow!

      A travel blog entry by kyelito on Jul 14, 2013

      1 comment, 39 photos

      ... although they were only just about waist high. It was crazy. We all have a great story now about the rural Hunan Province bathrooms. I would have rather just found a tree than use the bathrooms. Again, thanks Teresa for the wet wipes.

      We ate lunch at some local place along the road. Lijun and Steve had to go into the restaurant to make sure the place had enough food for all of us. We had a noodle bowl with pork and ...