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Yangshuo Travel Guide

Explore Yangshuo

Moon Hill: Also, known as Moon Mountain is a hill with a natural arch. It's named for a wide, semicircular hole through the hill. Nowadays is a popular tourist attraction.

It takes about 20 minutes to climb to the arch. Usually, access is not free and visitors or tourists must pay an entrance fee to be allowed to climb the hill.

Also, Moon Hill has many rock climbing routes, the first of which was climbed by Tood Skinner in the 1990s.

The "Fish Village": Reflect a way of life that has continued for nearly 500 years. Historically, the village has enjoyed its moments. The "Fish Village" has a style elegant, ornamental eaves, sloping rooftops, and narrow lanes set among the famous mountains of Yangshuo.

Gao Tian: It is a popular route for 1 or 2 day biking trips. Gao Tian is a predominantly Zhuang minority area, has excelent sights and experiences for those who want to encounter China "off the road" Moonhill, one can find a large mountain with a cavity that appears to "change phases" as travelers pass by , is the centerpiece of the area.

Baisha Town: The "Meet the Dragon" or Yulong River, which begins in Zouzai Village. The ancient bridges, the excellent composition of water and mountains along this waterway is one of the favorite choices of artists and photographers coming to the area.
Liugong Town: Situated about 20 Kms south of Yangshuo and located on the bank of the Li River. Liugong is known for it's town gate, old houses and the three coloured ponds. Liugong can be arrived by bicycle or you could take a motorised rickshaw here.

Every year there is an amazing festival. It's the local city's New Year. There are masked men dances, dragon dances and several other activities.

Yulong River: Local people use rafts as daily transportation up and down the river between markets, house, and rice paddies. Many villagers made bigger rafts and started to woo the travelers and soon it became a highlight of tour around Yangshuo. An sports popular on this river is swimming.

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