Zhongshan Hotel

Address: No 2 Middle Zhongshan Road, Guilin, Guangxi Zhuang, 541002, China | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Downtown River-view Area 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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TripAdvisor Reviews Zhongshan Hotel Guilin

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Guilin

Guilin on a SERIOUS budget

A travel blog entry by flyindandelion on Jun 17, 2015

3 comments, 47 photos

... money! I have 5 days off and 1300 RMB to spend which is about 216 dollars. I have to manage food, hostels, transportation, entrance fees and any activities I want to do on this budget.... we will see how that goes.

Our airport in Hangzhou is so nice to fly out of. It is so titchy tiny, and there is a Starbucks that is actually willing to make my earl grey tea latte! Which is really nice, and there is a place to sit since Chinese flights are ALWAYS ...

Yangzee, Panda World and tribal Villages

A travel blog entry by smadge on Oct 18, 2014

2 comments, 8 photos

... beer and free tea this came to about £4.50. As we sat there trays of food were being made up possibly as home takeaways, possibly for a long train journey. The small flats that most people can afford often have very limited cooking facilities; people eat out. Across the street was a largish market where the fresh vegetables were sourced. The food here was so much better than the food on the boat which was full of bones. Though I did enjoy the rice crispies! ...

Longji Rice Terraces

A travel blog entry by richmiketrav on Sep 28, 2014

1 comment, 24 photos

... to take advantage of the mountain breezes, the local dignitaries were holding a formal opening ceremony. We were first alerted to this by a huge noise of firecrackers being set off at the entrance. Curious, we climbed the steps up to the entrance and went inside. It was a carnival atmosphere and many of the attendees from the many different local minorities were in their distinctive dress. One group of women don't cut their hair, but pile it on their heads ...

Bats, rafts and funeral celebrations

A travel blog entry by roamas on May 02, 2014

42 photos

... too if it were me). It was wonderful seeing this village come together to celebrate (something that we in the west would see as a sombre occasion), with such happiness. I guess it was really a wake that celebrated the fullness of life that the old lady lived.

Yes there had been many whinges from some of my travel companions that I had booked too many nights at Lao Jia .. “There’s not much to do here”, ...

Reed Flute Cave.

A travel blog entry by shockergram on Oct 26, 2013

14 photos

... caverns were only found in the late 1980s or 1990s when a water buffalo ran away from his farmer and the farmer followed him into the cavern.

The dramatic lighting made it a beautiful cave.

On to the airport and our afternoon flight to Shanghai where we were met by our guide, Andrew. Andrew was very young, very polite and very nervous. I think he is just learning to be a guide and his English a bit limited. But he did a good job of getting ...