Guilin Botanical Gardens
The Guilin Botanical Gardens (桂林园林植物园) was set up in 1958, covering 47.9 hectares, and it is one of the earliest ten botanical parks in China. There are more than 2,100 species of subtropical plants as its main body. These plants are mainly for economy and appreciation.
Now, in the park are gymnosperm zone, palm zone, medicine plant zone, flowers and potted landscape, rare and endangered plants zone and lily zone, plus ginkgo, tea and black cypress garden and so on. With these, the city of Guilin has been the ideal place for holiday and tourism. Wandering there, you can refresh yourself in the nature, putting any trouble out of mind.
Too Lianda Plaza
The Too Lianda Plaza (大摩联达广场) close to the park offers a variety of activities to enjoy and mouth-watering food to taste. In addition, the Guilinyi Royal Palace(桂林驿•皇家别院) in the park features the style of the royal architecture in the Tang Dynasty(618 – 907), offering the great experience for stay.
Off the Beaten Track Yangshuo Tour showcases visitors some of the hidden, off the beaten track highlights and attractions within Yangshuo. This tour is recommended for visitors staying in Yangshuo who are interested in getting off-the-beaten track and experiencing a…explore