Reed Flute Cave - Ludi-Yan - 芦笛岩

The Reed Flute Cave, also known as Ludi Cave, is 6 km northwest of Guilin in the Mountain of Light.

The cave was discovered in the Tang Dynasty (618-906) and received its name when children carved the reeds at the entrance to flutes. The Reed Flute Cave is 240 m deep and on the 500 m on the long path the visitors can admire colorfully lit rock formations, stalagmites and stalactites.

Reed Flute Cave - Guilin - China

In the Chinese style, every stone has some interpretation; here for example we have the Statue of Liberty from New York.

Reed Flute Cave - Statue of Liberty

We are certain, however, that it was not around when the cave was created. The so-called Crystal Palace of the Dragon King is a grotto with space for 1000 people.

Lake inside Reed Flute Cave

The very large, colorful lit stalactite cave, which still looks very natural, is one of the tourist attractions of Guilin in the Autonomous Region Guangxi, China.

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