Nature is the ultimate artist, and the mesmerizing Reed Flute Cave deep in Guilin stands proof that great things take time to create. Known as the “Palace of Natural Arts”, this 180 million year old cave has drawn tourists for over a thousand years. Stepping into this marvelous cave gives you a glimpse into a world of stalactites, stone pillars, and ever-changing formations, created through thousands of years of water dripping and erosion into the cave. The halls of the cave are filled with these spiraling structures, rising higher and higher and moving down from the ceiling. Illuminated by colorful lights, the cave looks breathtaking and magical, as though you were stepping into an entirely new world. You'll be able to take unforgettable photographs in this area, capturing the natural wonders of the rock formations.