Seven Star Park is a large park in Guilin, located in the urban area with convenient transportation options. Attractions in the scenic area include the "Camel Hill" formation that resembles a camel's humps, the all-natural limestone cave complex Seven Star Cave, the elegant Flower Bridge of Song Dynasty, and the Qixia Temple of Tang Dynasty. There is a zoo suitable for young children, where you can see giant pandas. There are also other activities that are suitable for outings with friends or corporate team building events, such as rock climbing and paintball.
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Qixing Park is the oldest park in Guilin. The Qixingyan in the park is an underground dark river. Unfortunately, if you want to repeat the ticket sales, you will not go in. In addition to the ticket factor, Seven Star Park is still worth a visit. Guilin's humanity, history, and landscape are perfectly presented in the park, suitable for walking alone.
There are many clever hills in downtown Guilin. The well-known Elephant Trunk Hill has become a symbol of Guilin. However, there is also a camel mountain in downtown Guilin, and there are not many people who know it. Camel Mountain is located in Qixing Park, the largest scenic spot in Guilin City, east of the Minjiang River. The
Seven Star Scenic Area covers an area of about 135 hectares. Because there are seven hills in the scenic spot, it looks like the Big Dipper from the top down. In addition to a camel mountain, there is a beautiful cave in the scenic spot, called Qixingyan. To visit the cave, you have to buy another ticket. The seven-star scenic spot passes 115 yuan. The history of
Qixingyan is very long. From the Sui and Tang Dynasties, Qixingyan is a famous tourist attraction, leaving more than 120 inscriptions. Among them, Xu Xiake, a great traveler of the Ming Dynasty, came to Qixingyan twice. Ming Dynasty painter Zhang Wenxi called it For the "first hole of the sky." In order to protect the growth of stalactites and stone pillars in the
cavity, the lights are not normally illuminated. Only when the tourists pass by, the light switches are manually controlled. In the caves, the tour guides and the team are also to be visited. The cave is 1,100 meters long and it takes an hour to visit.
Five colors, stone pillars and stalactites in different poses make the cave a dream space. The Qixingyan is divided into upper, middle and lower layers. The upper layer is the remaining cavern of the top, and the lower layer is the underground river still developing. The middle layer is now for sightseeing.