There aren't many parks in the world as rich in natural beauty and vegetation as Guilin's Seven Star Park. This 120-hectare park is named after the beautiful peaks that have a formation similar to that of the Big Dipper star constellation. It's situated not far from the Li River, and is home to numerous wonderful experiences for you to explore. HEad to Flower Bridge, which dates back to the Song Dynasty, and was once covered with many flowers. Then there's the Seven Star Zoo, the only zoo in the city, and home to China's iconic panda bears, as well as a tiger, an elephant, birds, reptiles and more. Young children can feed lambs and rabbits at the Wonder Garden. Stroll to Camel Hill, a great limestone cliff named for its resemblance to the animal and a sight to behold. Those looking for more thrill can head to Adventreez, an outdoor adventure course of games in the trees that range from climbing, jumping, sliding, and more. Then of course, there is the main attraction, Seven Star Cave, a majestic cave full of ancient stalactites and stalagmites of various shapes, formed by nature after millions of years of dripping water, and where an underground river flows beneath. There is so much to see and do in this huge park, so don't miss a moment!