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Guilin River. The Li River, which is also commonly referred to as the Lijiang River and sometimes the Guilin River, originates in Xing'an County and flows through Guilin on its way to Yangshuo and Pingle. It is an extremely popular waterway for boat cruises, thanks largely to the spectacular scenery. Along the Li River, numerous mountain peaks rise high into the sky. Major attractions along the way include Reed-Flute Rock and Elephant Trunk Hill. Reed-Flute Rock is a limestone cave that his home to stalactites, stalagmites, and other natural formations of high visual interest. Elephant Trunk Hill is a hill that resembles an elephant drinking water.

Guilin Li River

Guilin River. The Li River, which is also commonly referred to as the Lijiang River and sometimes the Guilin River, originates in Xing'an County and flows through Guilin on its way to Yangshuo and Pingle. It is an extremely popular waterway for boat cruises, thanks largely to the spectacular scenery. Along the Li River, numerous mountain peaks rise high into the sky. Major attractions along the way include Reed-Flute Rock and Elephant Trunk Hill. Reed-Flute Rock is a limestone cave that his home to stalactites, stalagmites, and other natural formations of high visual interest. Elephant Trunk Hill is a hill that resembles an elephant drinking water.

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