Yangshuo may be like any other modern Asian city with neon lights, construction sites and a buzzing nightlife, but it is the surrounding countryside that draws the crowds. The dramatic karst country with its rugged limestone landscape, picturesque riverscapes and hiking trails attract intrepid travelers from around the world. The Li and the Yulong rivers come together at Yangshuo, creating China’s rich river system that ultimately catches up with River Yangtze and the Pearl River Delta. Taking a riverboat cruise or a rustic bamboo-raft ride down the Li River is an enjoyable and leisurely way of admiring the lovely countryside with its emerald rice fields. The more adventurous travelers prefer to cycle down the paddy fields. While in Yangshuo, give the popular beer fish a try, which is a dish of catfish or carp cooked in a delicious beer sauce, and washed down with local beer.
Li River Resort sits tucked by the river at the foothills of limestone mountains, just minutes from the heart of the town. This cozy guesthouse built in the local style of architecture offers you a comfortable stay.
Yangshuo Secret Garden sits tucked into lush gardens on the banks of the serene Yulong River. Soak in the rustic ambiance of this unique guesthouse, which is a seamless blend of traditional architecture with modern conveniences.