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Pre and Post China Tours


The scenery of Guilin has been called the finest under heaven. Situated in the northeast of Guangxi Zhuang Autononmous Region, Guilin City is South China's shining pearl, with verdant mountains, elegant waters, magnificent crags and fantastic caverns. It has a total area of 2,000 and a population of 680,000 (the urban area being 54 and the population 300,000). Guilin is belonging to the subtropical region and enjoys a mild climate with sufficient rainfall. Its yearly average temperature is 18.8 C. Guilin was originally a vast expanse of sea until about one hundred and ninety million years ago, when, owing to the movement of the earth crust, the whole area rose and became land. The Limestone, weathered and eroded by water, became today's fantastic stone forests, peaks, underground streams and caves, thus giving unique features to Gulin's scenery. The mountains in Guilin, rising abruptly from the ground, stand in various stately shapes. Moreover, they have in them a great number of colourful caves. These mountains with strangely-shaped peaks and caves of unique formation, together with the crystal-clear rivers that surround the city, characterize Guilin's scenery and have brought it world fame. Lijiang River, a picturesque river well known both at home and abroad, is at its most beautiful starting from Guilin to Yanghsuo, distancing 83 km. Winding her way amidst the mountains and through villages. The Lijiang River adds a great charm to the picture-like landscape of Guilin, where people can see mountains with fantastic peaks, green and clear waters, and festoon-like fields.

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