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Mud fight!

Yes, as has been pointed out by others, the stores inside selling their tourist tat are... read more

Reviewed July 17, 2015
Rob B
Good option for a rainy day

We were looking for Moon Hill but found the caves instead. Was ¥50 each (or ¥80 with mud bath) so... read more

Reviewed May 18, 2015
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Reviewed July 17, 2015

Yes, as has been pointed out by others, the stores inside selling their tourist tat are unnecessary, but what else would you expect in China? One small difference in my experience to that of others is we actually didn't have a tour guide. They told...More

Thank Rob B
Reviewed July 13, 2015 via mobile

Pros: -Interesting cave system. Lighting is a little cheesy but can't expect much else for a dark cave Cons: -Expect some greasy, stale water in the so called "hot springs". Pretty sure they are simply fed with tap water -Luke warm, not hot. -We were...More

1  Thank Bermolder
Reviewed May 18, 2015 via mobile

We were looking for Moon Hill but found the caves instead. Was ¥50 each (or ¥80 with mud bath) so seemed a no brainer to go in. Tours leave every 15 mins. Ours had about 20 people on, we were the only Westerners & so...More

1  Thank 4DeltaMike
Reviewed May 14, 2015

We had a recommondation from friends to go there because the Kids will love it. Therefore we went there but I think when they wouldn't have to told us to go we would have been put off by all the commercialism up front. You Need...More

Thank Andrea1234562015
Reviewed March 29, 2015 via mobile

Lime stone caves with some lighting, mud baths and hot springs. The experience was quite good but little appreciation of the nature. Couldn't get over the commercialism , shops in the middle of cave areas, photo opportunities . The feet eating fish was an experience...More

Thank Hogg4
Reviewed November 16, 2014

We wanted to visit the gold water cave on the recommendation of our daughter who had an enjoyable time there. If you decide to visit this case, don't forget a swimming suit, a towel and flip-flops. The cave itself was interesting but not as much...More

1  Thank specas
Reviewed October 14, 2014 via mobile

80 rmb to see caves lit up by led-lights is a rip of. But if you, as we did, can avoid the biggest crowds, you will have the hot springs (and probably the mud bath) for yourselves. Nice and relaxing. Bring a towel and a...More

Thank AndreasAasheim
Reviewed August 7, 2014

Horrible place. There was tourist trap written all over it. 80RMB just to get in to wait an hour to start the tour. At least 30-40 people in the tour. The women gave a boring speech about the cave's history and the different structures of...More

2  Thank spsquire
Reviewed July 24, 2014

I went there June 27th 2014 with two friends and we were all very pleased. It started with a guided tour. The guide didn't really tell us anything too interesting. The cave itself wasn't very impressive and it felt like the souvenir shop was their...More

1  Thank My L
Reviewed July 22, 2014

caves are ok but lit up like a christmas tree, underground shops try to cash in, the exploiting of so called lucky turtles, grubby mud baths and hot springs. We couldn't wait to get out and see the many above ground wonders surrounding Yanshuo

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