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Seven Star Park (Qīxīng gōngyuán)

  • 1 Qixing Rd. Map It
  • Guilin
  • Park/Playground

Published 01/20/2010

Fodor's Review

This park gets its name from the arrangement of its hills, said to resemble the Big Dipper. At the center of this huge park is Putuo Mountain (Putuoshan), atop which sits a lovely pavilion housing a number of famous examples of Tang calligraphy. Indeed, calligraphy abounds on the side of this hill, mostly the work of Ming Dynasty Taoist philosopher Pan Changjing. Nearby is Seven Star Cliff (Qixing Dong), with several large caves open for exploration. The largest contains rock formations that are thought to resemble a lion with a ball, an elephant, and other figures. An inscription in the cave dates from AD 590. Seven Star Park also contains the Guilin City Zoo, only worth a stop if you have kids in tow.

Sight Information


1 Qixing Rd., Guilin, Guangxi Zhuangzu Zizhiqu, 541004, China

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Published 01/20/2010


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