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Li River (Guilin, Yangshuo)


Bamboo rafting @ Yangshuo GuiLin China

The Li River or Li Jiang (Chinese: 漓江, pinyin: Lí Jiāng) is a river in Guangxi Province, China. (Also see the Li River disambiguation page.) The Li River originates in the Mao'er Mountains in Xing'an county and flows through Guilin, Yangshuo and Pingle, down into the Xi Jiang, the western tributary of the Pearl River in Wuzhou, its course of 437 kilometers is flanked by green hills. Cormorant fishing is often associated with the Lijiang. Its unusual karst topography hillsides have often been compared to those at Halong Bay, Vietnam.

Learn more about Li River and Guilin (here and here) and Yangshuo (here and here)...


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Yangshuo Guangxi Chine


Li River to Yangshuo


Li River Fishing Cormorants