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North of Central Guilin
Guilin, Guangxi China


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I inadvertently avoided paying the 13 RMB admission by walking up Binjiang Road and heading in through the south exit. The hill that the park is named for is beautiful, dotted with shrines, and a decent hike. Activities include renting upright water bicycles, sightseeing and exploring the various caves that dot Diecai hill. You can also cross over a wooden bridge into Mulong pagoda at the north end of the park.

Diecai Park is in between Zhongshan road and the Li River, just south of where the Mulong river joins the Li.

Published on 1/9/03

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