Known as China's other “Forbidden City", the Jingjiang Princes' City is located in a picturesque spot beside Li River and in the heart of Guilin. Built around the Solitary Beauty Peak, it's a noted historical sight and is rich in both cultural history and natural wonder. Entering this location allows you to explore this grand structure built between 1372 and 1392 AD during the Ming Dynasty. Its magnificence and opulence remains evident in its beautiful architecture and it's one of China's best preserved royal residences, noteworthy for its carved balustrades and marble steps. If you want to learn about Ming Dynasty architecture and styles, you shouldn't miss a chance to revisit history and learn of the great significance that this palace possesses. Atop the Solitary Beauty Peak, gaze over the great panoramic view of Guilin and the winding Li River. It's an exploration into history, culture, and breathtaking natural wonder.