Xin Kai Yue Hotel

Address: No.72 Zhongshan South Road, Xiangshan District, Guilin, Guangxi Zhuang, 541002, China | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Guilin Railway Station area of Guilin, is near Reed Flute Cave (Ludi Yan), Elephant Trunk Hill (Xiangbishan), Seven Star Park (Qixing Gongyuan), and Fubo Hill.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Guilin

The Dragon's Backbone

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

13 photos

... terraces whilst carrying wicker baskets on their backs filled with crops or some of the lazier tourists’ bags. In other places we saw local women working on building sites collecting little bowls full of cement and taking them to lay foundations. Strangely, we almost never saw the men doing any of this back-breaking work!


By the time we got back to Guilin we were pretty well exhausted from all the hiking so we decided to take it easy ...

Guilin - a mountain view

A travel blog entry by jmintouch33 on Apr 27, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... hair!) As a tourist attraction, the women will remove their hat and show you their hair. You can even comb their hair. The cost: 30 yuan for a look and a comb but they will only show in groups of women together (nice marketing strategy) so usually about 100 yuan. Needless to say - for $20 Mac can comb my hair every day! The food that was served was different. We enjoyed rice and pork steamed in bamboo cylinders (nice flavour), bacon strips, pork ...

Let the fun begins..

A travel blog entry by killiantravel on Mar 24, 2014

4 photos

... fish,which are held in their throat, the fisherman brings the bird back to the boat and has the bird spit the fishup. Thouh the cormorant fishing once was a successful industry,its primary use today is to serve the tourism industry.


During out time watching the cormorant fishing, we took a photo with the fisherman with his birds after we approached shore. We all got the opportunity to take a photo with the bird.
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Wada, wada, wada

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

166 photos

... trip for the first morning. Despite our concerns - "oh, not another cave!" - we were really astounded by a beautiful, natural wonder. The cave complex was a 20-minute bus ride out of town, and lay deep inside an otherwise normal-looking karst (hill). The cave complex inside, however, was huge. A complex of perhaps a dozen caves, carefully crafted by the entrepreneurial Chinese into a bells-and-whistles tourist attraction. (Imagine a set of ...

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 ...