CHINA > GuiLin 桂林 > YangShuo 陽朔 > Li River Cruise
Chinese Version : 船遊陽朔漓江
This page is the English Version : Li River Cruise at YangShuo Town
This page is mainly about the section of Li River in YangShuo Town. For the more information on the whole Li River, click here : The Li River of GuiLin
The Li River section between Guilin and Yangshuo is famous for its fantastic landscape.
The Li River (Li Jiang), of Guilin is in South China’s Guangxi Province.
Li Jiang is renowned as “the world’s top 10 watery wonders” according to National Geographic.
The most beautiful section of Li River is from Guilin to Yangshuo. Along the 86-kilometer waterway visitors will see karst peaks, grazing water buffalo, farmers in the rice fields, and traditional villages nestled at the bases of the hills.
1- At Guilin: Wharf at south of Liberation Bridge in Guilin downtown.
2- At YangShuo?:
Bamboo River Wharf (Zhujiang Wharf)
Millstone Hill Wharf (Mopanshan Wharf)
Li River Cormorant Fishermen
Cormorant fishing is a traditional in Li River.
Evening, fishermen begin to gather along Li River on their gas-light bamboo rafts with cormorant-birds. These cormorant birds are trained to dive into the clear river where fished are. After catching a fish on its mouth, the bird returns to the rafts where the fisherman collect the fish from the bird.
Sabah, Borneo Island
Kinabatangan river is one of the best places to see wildlife in Borneo Island
Sarawak, Borneo Island
Borneo Island is known for its mighty raging rivers besides the vast
rainforests that litter the landscape. A multitude of life from villagers to
wildlife depends on these rivers for their daily sustenance. Hence, rivers are
very much an important part of Borneo’s ecosystem.
Pai River cutting through the eastern part of Pai Town. Bamboo rafting and white-river rafting,are two of the best ways to appreciate Pai’s picturesque landscape.