Guilin One Day Tour

  • Tour code:GL-1-7
  • Available:Daily
  • Duration:Three Full Day
  • Starts/ends:On your request
 
  • Guilin One Day Tour
  • Guilin One Day Tour
  • Guilin One Day Tour
  • Guilin One Day Tour
 

Pick up from the hotel,drive to Longsheng County ,take lunch at local restaurant in PinAn Zhuang Minority Village and then have a short break around nearby,later hike and wander about 3 hours at Longji Terrace. Have chance to see the local Yao Minority Women's Long Hair Show ,before being transferred back to your hotel .

- Longji Terraced Field : Located in Longsheng County about 2 hours from Guilin, the Longji Terraces are built into the hillsides and look like great chains or ribbons as they wind from the foot to the top of the hill. This ingenious construction makes best use of the thin arable land and water resources in the mountainous area. There are about 66 square kilometers terraced fields in southeast of Longsheng, They were first built in the Yuan dynasty and completed in the Qing dynasty by the Zhuang people.

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--- Dr. Shirline G. Pott 2012/08/21

Worked with Sarah to arrange airport transfer and three days touring

Worked with Sarah to arrange airport transfer and three days touring "Worked with Lisa to arrange airport transfer and three days touring. She is a nice, honest, smart who..."

--- Ageliki Geobres 2012/08/22

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--- Chris Briggs 2012/08/22

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