The Reed Flute Caves in Guilin, China

The Reed Flute Caves in Guilin, China is over 180 million years old.


Inside this water-eroded cave is a spectacular world of various stalactites, stone pillars and rock formations created by carbonate deposition.




The cave got its name from the verdant reeds growing outside of the caves, with which people make flutes.

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39 thoughts on “The Reed Flute Caves in Guilin, China

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  3. These are AMAZING! images of the cave, Amy. Esp that last one, WOW! I find it so so hard to take pictures inside a cave. Hmp, now my cave pics can take a corner and shut up now. Caves are just fascinating to be in.


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    • Thank you so much for the pingback and nice comment. I’m flattery to have my post on you blog. Coincidently, I thought about making a pingback of your recent post in one of upcoming post next week 🙂


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