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All part of the experience, but keep your expectations low so you can enjoy

For the amateur geologist, this is probably an excellent tourist experience. But for me it was a... read more

Reviewed October 24, 2017
Roving_Bill
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London, United Kingdom
mud cave and hot springs

The caves themselves are not that interesting, they are lit by rainbow lights and have formed weird... read more

Reviewed September 18, 2017
Claire B
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Stevenage, United Kingdom
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Reviewed May 11, 2018

The cave is well lit with colorful lights. It is a good length, worth the price of the ticket. The cold mud pool wasn't appealing to us, however the hot water spring pools were just for our group. We spent hours soaking there and changing...More

Thank Igor K
Reviewed October 24, 2017

For the amateur geologist, this is probably an excellent tourist experience. But for me it was a bit so-so. Entrance was inexpensive but we soon realised why - there are several in-cave shops and even an opportunity to indulge in a hot-water mudbath!! So your...More

Thank Roving_Bill
Reviewed October 12, 2017 via mobile

The cave tour was awesome but the best part was the mud caves. What an experience. Dont come with many valuables if possible because it makes it easier to just leave your things on the metal shelf by the mud pool and not worry. Read...More

Thank talia679
Reviewed September 26, 2017

We had an excellent guide, the caves were spectacular, the mud bath and slide an experience and to end up in the hot pool a perfect ending! Often I felt that sightseeing in China is a ripoff ... this definitely was worth it!

Thank patrickmillerd
Reviewed September 18, 2017

The caves themselves are not that interesting, they are lit by rainbow lights and have formed weird shapes, like most caves. The mud bath was highly entertaining, and the hot springs were amazing.

2  Thank Claire B
Reviewed August 19, 2017

As other reviewers have pointed out, the rock formations itself are nothing special and presented in a rather tacky manner, with frequent souvenir stands. The mud bath was something different but having been in a few other mud baths, this didn't feel particularly hygienic. The...More

Thank Dan D
Reviewed April 14, 2017 via mobile

Some of the formations in the caves are borderline ruined by the lighting but are still impressive enough. The real fun is to be splashing about in the mud pool and hot spring.

Thank TheOExpress
Reviewed November 15, 2016 via mobile

Don't do what I did and spend time doing the gold water cave tour just to get to the hot springs. Go in the back door straight to the place of intent and SOAK. My husband thinks the Chinese government installed hot water plumbing into...More

2  Thank kristina s
Reviewed November 13, 2016 via mobile

These caves are a bit of fun! They have some sections of the cave network covered in lights (very arty and very commercial) which are s decent enough attraction themselves however it's the mud and "hot spring" parts of the cave that are truly hilarious!...More

Thank Hooverhappy
Reviewed September 22, 2016

Don't waste your time or entrance fee. Many of what were authentic villages are now closed off and are by admission ticket only. They are re arranged to fit what might be expected. It was vulgar- assuming that 'native' people wore only skins and had...More

3  Thank Karene W
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