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stumbled onto this one...and what a rewarding find it turned out to be. we entered from one of the old city gates drawn by the imposing grey walls and the ancient looking palace. The palace is open to visitors but we decided to give it...More
I came here with the expectations of the height of a chair but came out with the height of a mountain.
The park itself was quite nice and the many buildings included many interactive displays and activities. It costs 100 RMB per person to enter...More
The city is located within the city of Guilin. After you pass through the tunnel/gate depicted on the tripadvisor page, you actually are in the Jingjiang Whangcheng City - no entrance fee required. You'll have to pay a fee only enter the park called "The...More
As a tourist it is expensive to visit the site 110 RMB -despite what others have written about you do not get a discount if you are over 60 unless you are a Chinese national. Almost all of the exhibits are in Chinese with little...More
The outside of this site is worth the visit (together with the antique rickshaws which are placed in an alcove to the right of this lion), but the entrance fee seemed stiff to us, so we stayed outside the inner area.
This place is expensive to get in at 120rmb for what is effectively a big park. You can wander around amongst the many Chinese tour groups (no English audio guides or signs). Overall a bit expensive just to wander for an hour
Called "The Princes City" in English, this is a walled complex of old museums and buildings, somewhat remeniscent of the Forbidden City. It is set up for large guided groups, but they (and the free audio guides available for phones via a QR code) were...More