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Guilin-Li River

The Li River (漓江 Líjiāng), situated in Guangxi Province, is one of the most spectacular destinations in China. Spanning roughly 80 kilometers (50 miles), the Li River runs through the heart of Guangxi, connecting beautiful downtown Guilin with the riverside town of Yangshuo.

The Li River was first recognized for its cultural significance in 1982, when China’s State Council deemed the Lijiang River Scenic Zone a place of scenic and historic importance.

Tens of thousands of karst mountains surround the Li River and its connected cities. The result of millions of years of water erosion and weathering, these karst hills are among the oldest and most beautiful natural wonders in China.

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