Guilin is a city in southern China famous for its landscape of rivers winding between steep peaks, where dozens of boats full of tourists circulate daily.
The city develops around two lakes, connected by a network of rivers that help to compose scenes of great beauty.
Returning from the “mandatory” cruise to Yangshuo is a good opportunity to observe rural life in the area.
Highlights in Guilin:
Li River cruise is mandatory, strolling in the city is pleasant, and the Reed Flute caves are not far.