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The Assembled Dragon Cave, Yangshuo County
(1/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
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  • All Chinese caves are lighted in a way we find tasteless so we were prepared for that. It wasn't very busy on the day we visited so we loitered until the group had moved on and went at our own pace. (...  more »
  • After 3 weeks China we know by now that Chinese love a Disney-like presentation, but unfortunately, this cave was another example of. Concrete paths, many illuminations, almost everywhere shotcrete on the ceilings (we thought), flowstone formations that moved to a nicer effect-just a pity that you can see that they are dismantled or not in line with the environment ... Also: as everywhere in China: tour guides with sound amplification which (in a cave!) to overblèren each other, a number of salespeople who also join-I ran so hard with fingers in my ears. The mirage is beautiful, but also here is plain to see that the water was built later and it was not originally. Then an exhibit with aborted cave objects-I see that do you prefer IN the cave. In short, the ¥ 90 not worth it.
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  • Almost everything about this place is unbelievably bad. I was traveling with my wife and infant son. The Chinese guys that push the little boats along smoked the whole time and tossed their butts into...  more »