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Very nice experience, don't pay more than 50 RNB!

Actually it was very nice!! Wonderful cave, the mud bath it great and the hot springs are... read more

Reviewed April 19, 2013
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Ok for a rainy day, fun with kids

The caves are interesting enough, and an easy walk for most who are mobile, unlike more challenging... read more

Reviewed April 18, 2013
John G
Fort St. John, Canada
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Yiling Village, Yangshuo County, China
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Reviewed May 15, 2013

We paid 80 rmb/pers at our hostel, which is way too much. We met other people who only paid 35 rmb/pers which is actually closer to the visit's worth. You start with a visit to the cave, which was nothing new for us (already seen...More

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Reviewed April 19, 2013 via mobile

Actually it was very nice!! Wonderful cave, the mud bath it great and the hot springs are fantastic!! What ever you do, don't buy the tickets at the entrance because they charge 320 RNB (we went there to check...).we bought the tickets in yangshuo for...More

1  Thank Kerenandguy
Reviewed April 18, 2013

The caves are interesting enough, and an easy walk for most who are mobile, unlike more challenging caving in may other locations. Naturally grey, this 'attraction' is enhanced my colored lights, that can make the day fun enough for kids. The mud baths are cool,...More

Thank John G
Reviewed March 29, 2013

I had never before tried to take a mudbath, so that was fun and worth it for me. BUT the cave and the hotspring was not worth the money. :) But go there to try a mud bath.

Thank Ninna R
Reviewed February 13, 2013

Went to the Gold Water Caves who advertise mud baths and hot springs. On a previous trip, I had visited a different cave and it was enjoyable. THis one was a joke. IT only has a few formations worth seeing and the mud bat was...More

Thank GaryWW_11
Reviewed January 2, 2013

Caves in China is usually over exploited with colourful lightening, guides talking too much about what this or that shape looks like and lonmg passages cut out by hand - accept it or try find the few that are less exploited. But for kids it's...More

Thank Jonas B
Reviewed October 26, 2012

the caves are great, the mud baths are slimy and the hot springs are relaxing, perfect with 3young boys

Thank nesamoolian
Reviewed October 25, 2012

Of the things we did in Yangshou, this was one of the most fun things to do. A piece of advice for those coming - just get their shoes and keep all your own things until you reach the mudbaths. There are change rooms there...More

Thank Brian S
Reviewed October 18, 2012

The walk through these caves were really interesting and we had fun in the mud baths as well as the warm pools afterwards. It's an interesting experience to swim/float in the mud bath. If you're with kids this is a must as it is lots...More

Thank Ccabell
Reviewed October 13, 2012

Pouring with rain so asked Lee on reception at our hotel (Moondance Boutique Resort) for options of things to do. She suggested the water caves and we set off protected with raincoats and hotel umbrellas for the 10 minute walk from our hotel. Had read...More

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