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China week 4: Guilin

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Not that we spent the entire 4th week in Guiling only, no – we saw so many beautiful things, that I didn’t have space left for the Hong Kong photos in this post, haha. So I’ll upload them in a seperate post 🙂 We expected Guilin itself as a small town, which it is according to Chinese standards.. Nothing close to the truth: there live 6 million people there!

Therefore, after the first day on which we visited the rice terraces and another tea plantage + AMAZING ceremony where she showed us all different ways to make tea, according to which tea it is (black, green, white, fruits..), we decided to go to nearby Yangshuo the other two days. This truly was a much smaller town, close to the Li river on which we did a bamboo boat tour, and we rented some mountainbikes to cross around the breathtaking scenery with rocky mountains and hills. I think this might be my favourite place in China! (Together with Hong Kong which is great..).


Author: Marle

Msc Strategic Management student at Erasmus University Rotterdam. Blogger at dutchfashiongirl.com, passionate about food, fashion, perfume, books..

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