Best for scenery…
According to a popular Chinese saying, “Guilin’s scenery is best among all under heaven”, and it’s hard to disagree. Just a one-hour flight from Hong Kong’s bustling streets, Guilin’s dramatic backdrop of imposing limestone crags, deep caves and lush paddy fields has been the inspiration for Chinese poets and artists for generations.
A romantic cruise down the Li River takes you past rural scenes of water buffalo and farmers tending their crops, to the even more spectacular setting of Yangshuo. Here you can explore on foot, by bike or by boat to discover picturesque ancient villages, scenic lakes and limestone pinnacles.
Sprawling across 47 very private acres, Club Med Guilin is a scenic hideaway for honeymooners. Fringed by Guilin’s renowned mountains, the luxury resort features two buildings: the original chateau-style Hotel of Modern Art and the newer Courtyard Hotel. Both sumptuous options, the HOMA building is somewhat of a local icon itself, with its unique design, artistic furnishings and zen garden dotted with sculptures.
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