Guilin is the third largest city in the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region in China. The city is one of the best known tourist destinations in China, famous for its scenery of sweet Osmanthus trees and its karst topography. Its town centre is located in between two rivers, four lakes and many karst and limestone mountains.
This city is much cleaner than other Chinese cities, because its main industry is tourism.
Worth a visit are the Central Square, the Jingjiang Prince City, the Moon and Sun Pagoda, the Guilin Art Museum, the Guilin Museum, the Li River Folk Custom Centre, the Pagoda Hill, the Tunnel Hill, the Seven Star Park, the Xiongsen Bear and Tiger Mountain Village, the Diecai Mountain, Fubo Hill, Elephant Trunk Hill, the Reed Flute Cave, the Solitary Beauty Peak, Yaoshan Hill Park, and Feng Yu Yan.