Xianggong Hill is located on the west shore of the Li River, between Yellow Cloth Shoal and Nine Horse Painting Hill. On the hilltop, you will see the winding Li River cradled in the arms of the hills, with mesmerising sunrises and sunsets to behold.
Silver Cave is a typical karst landscape running through 12 hills. The cave has three layers and more than 10 scenery spots with different types of stalactites - crystal clear and sparkling like silver, thus the name of the cave.
Fishing with birds is a centuries-old tradition. Watch as fishermen sail slowly on bamboo rafts at nightfall with their cormorants trained to catch and bring back fish to their owners. It is a thrilling sight to observe.
This village provides an excellent opportunity to escape from the bustle of the city life. Xanadu was the first scenic spot to win the national 4A Standard prize form the China Tourism Bureau. This village has always been a popular spot with tourists and locals alike, and was mentioned in a famous poet from the Jin Dynasty, Tao Yuanming - "Where is Xanadu in East Jin? It lies in Yangshuo, Guanxi."
Fuji Village is an ancient town, home to some of China's oldest contemporary artists. Feel contemporary art and history thrum through the village and see the local people going about their daily routines. Steep yourself in the artistic flow of Fuli's culture with a short painting class on Chinese painting techniques.
This is an outstanding cultural performance directed by Zhang Yimou, who directed the 2008 Beijing Olympics Opening Ceremony. With over 600 performers, the show is performed every evening at the largest natural theatre in the world. Featuring a backdrop of the boundless sky and 12 mountain peaks along Li River, the 70-minute show combines Liu Sanjie's classic folk songs and exotic fishing culture, reflecting the harmony between humans and nature.