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Q: What's Guilin known for APART from the scenery?

Is there anything other than rocks and rivers there?

8 years 25 weeks ago in  Culture - Guilin

 
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There's an efficient bus station that takes you to Yangshuo and the Longji Rice terraces!

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Guilin rice noodles, of course.

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It doesn't have a big city feel, no sky scrappers, still has lots of old neighborhoods. I find the city has lots of mature trees along roads. I like Guilin more than any city I have been to, but I haven't been to many others.

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For foreign ESL teachers it also has seriously low wages as compared to the rest of the country to the supply which far outstrips the demand.

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