Welcome to Yangshuo Travel Guide

home-1Yangshuo Travel Guide has all you need to know about Yangshuo and Guilin. Some people call it: Limestone Paradise.

Find here all the travel secrets for enjoying this beautiful part of South China at its most. As a tourist destination, there are only few places in Asia more popular then Yangshuo.

Even if you have never heard of Yangshuo (or it’s neighboring big city Guilin), you may have seen the photos of the spectacular limestone mountains (karst). Later more about Guilin and the transport facilities, it’s 65 km north of Yangshuo.

So, where is Yangshuo? It is is located in south China, around 800 km north west from Hong Kong. The nearest big city is Guilin, which is the main transport hub for this area in China.

It is an easy place to reach these days and the Yangshuo Travel Guide will give you all the detailed information you need how to reach the little town by bus, airplane, car or taxi.

The Yangshuo Travel Guide will inform you about everything you can possibly wish for: what to do, what to visit, where to stay, the local guides, cafes, what to buy and, of course the local specialties, food and souvenirs. You will find all kinds of activities in Yangshuo: bicycling, swimming and rock climbing amongst others.

Sights in the Yangshuo Vicinity

Yangshuo and surrounding

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We have a great travel map you can print out and use while going around. Take a bicycle and go! Within 5 minutes you are away from the buzz and enjoy the scenery. For many years Moonhill, the legendary rock a few kilometers south if the town center is a must visit for all travelers.

Other small villages in the area are worth a visit, while the bigger towns like Lipu, Pingle and for example Zhongshan are not worth a visit. However, north of Guilin, there are several towns worth exploring: Longsheng with the rice terraces, Sanjiang with the Dong and Miao minorities and the Wind & Rain Bridge and the Dong village Zhongdian.