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Reasons to visit Guilin, China at least once in your lifetime

Reasons to visit Guilin, China at least once in your lifetime

Why go to Guilin, China?

You must visit Guilin, China, at least once in your lifetime because visiting Guilin gives a refreshing break from the commotion of modern city life. You must adopt a laid-back travel attitude to enjoy the calm countryside.

Places to go in Guilin, China:

  1. Daxu Old Town
  2. Elephant Trunk Hill
  3. Fubo Hill
  4. Guilin Tea Science and Research Institute
  5. Li River
  6. Ling Canal
  7. Longji Rice Terraces
  8. Moon Hill
  9. Reed Flute Cave
  10. Seven Star Park
  11. Solitary Beauty Peak
  12. Sun and Moon Towers
  13. Little Hong Kong
  14. Two Rivers and Four Lakes
  15. West Street
  16. Xicheng Road Evening Market
  17. Xingping Town
  18. Yangshuo
  19. Yao Mountain
  20. Zhengyang Pedestrian Street

What is Guilin China famous for?

Guilin China is a popular tourist destination for those seeking a taste of rural China as it existed when their grandparents were young.

Fun Facts about Guilin China

  • Guilin is a visa-free city for 72 hours or 144 hours.
  • Every street corner has a stall selling Guilin rice noodles.
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How big is Guilin China?

 Guilin, China, is about 28 km² to 10732.49 or square miles in size.

What is the best time to visit Guilin, China?

The best time to visit Guilin, China, is on Oct. 1, National Day, which occurs every year between April and October, a popular period for tourists to visit. 

How many days do you need to see Guilin China?

From one to seven days, we provide Guilin trips. With our Li River boat and Yangshuo day tour, you may spend an entire day taking in the karst scenery.

What is the cheapest time to go to Guilin, China?

The low season (flights) to visit Guilin, China, is October because flights and lodging can also be less expensive at this time. After all, it’s outside of prime vacation periods.

Is Guilin, China, an expensive city to visit?

Visitors to Guilin spend less money on their vacations. A typical Guilin vacation costs 387 ($58) per person per day, based on other travelers’ costs. On a typical day, past visitors paid $19 on meals and $34 on local transportation, for a total of $130 ($19). It’s also worth noting that the average hotel rate for a couple in Guilin is $60 per night. It costs an average of 5,414 ($809) for two persons to visit Guilin for a week. To help you plan your trip budget, we’ve compiled a list of average travel costs from previous travelers.

How to save money when visiting Guilin, China?

The best ways to save money when visiting Guilin, China, are:

  • Plan in advance and be able to change your mind.
  • Use Cheaper Modes of Transportation
  • Visit Great Value Attractions, Restaurants, and Accommodations
  • Make Sure You Don’t Get Scammed When Buying Souvenirs

What food (and drinks) is Guilin China known for?

Things you need to eat in Guilin China before you die:

  • Guilin Rice Noodles
  • Zongzi (traditionally Chinese rice pudding)
  • Liquan Beer
  •  Chivas mixed with green tea
    Visit Guilin China at least once in your lifetime

Is Guilin China safe to visit?

People in China are generally pleasant, honest, and trustworthy, making it a safe place to visit.

What is the best way to get around in Guilin, China?

The best way to get around in Guilin, China, are:

  • By Taxi
  • Bus
  • Train

What are the neighborhoods or areas I should stay in when I visit Guilin, China?

The best areas you should stay in when visiting Guilin, China, are:

  • Guilin Fortune Hotel
  • Golden Dragon Hotel
  • Guilin Plaza Hotel
  • City Convenience Inn

What are the best neighborhoods or areas for food?

The best areas for food and drinks when visiting Guilin, China, are:

  • Lijiang Waterfall Hotel Restaurant
  • Kali Mirch (black pepper) Indian Cuisine
  • Rice Noodles Pub (Luanle Rice Noodles)
  • Cloud 9 Restaurant (on West Street)

What are the best neighborhoods or areas for shopping?

The best areas for shopping when visiting Guilin, China, are:

  • Niko-Niko-Do Plaza
  • Lianda Plaza
  • Zhengyang Pedestrian Street
  • Xicheng Lu Pedestrian Street
  • Guilin Wa Yao International Tourism Commodity Wholesale City

What should I do on my first trip to Guilin, China?

If you are visiting Guilin, China, for the first time. You should see The Forbidden City, a popular destination for first-time visitors to China, where they may learn more about the dynasties that created it. They might even go to Shanghai to observe the skyscrapers that define today’s fast-paced economy from the comfort of their own homes. There is also the possibility of a trip to Guilin, where rice-paper scrolls have been depicting scenery in Guilin for generations.

Is Guilin China a good place for solo travel?

Traveling solo in Guilin, China, is excellent. This is a great place to visit if you’re looking for an adventure. You need to take no additional precautions if you are traveling alone. There are several English-speaking tour guides available in the major cities. 

Is Guilin China a good place to visit for a family with kids?

When visiting Guilin, China as a family with kids, there is a lot to see and do in China’s most picturesque city, Guilin, for visitors of all ages. Families may enjoy the karst landscape and participate in some outdoor activities.

Is Guilin China a good place for couples?

When visiting Guilin China as a couple and you’re looking for a romantic trip, Guilin is a pleasant surprise.

What are the best annual events in Guilin, China?

The best annual events in Guilin, China that you cannot miss are

  • Longji Terraced Fields Plowing Festival- May. 2
  • Ziyuan Traditional Ethnic River Lantern Song Festival- Aug.
  • Dong Nationality Fireworks Festival- Apr. 18
  • Jin Feng Festival- Mar. 7