Caoping Village, 29 km south of Guilin city.
All year daily 8:30-16:30.
Adults CNY 80, Children (120-150 cm) 40, Children (<120 cm) free.
|Classification:||Karst cave River Cave|
|Light:||Incandescent Electric Light System Coloured Light|
L=3,000 m, D=60 min.
Trail: L=1,000 m.
Train: L=500 m, Max=108, Train Length=30 m.
Bamboo Boat: L=700 m, Max=12.
Elevator: H=36 m.
Slide: L=500 m, S=15 m/s.
|Address:||Crown Cave, Yanshan District, Guilin, Guangxi, Tel: +86-, Fax: +86-,|
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|1637||first explored by Xu Xiake.|
|12-NOV-1985||Chinese British caving expedition connects Crown Cave with Nanxu River Cave.|
|1995||cave opened as a show cave.|
|1999||first domestic electric sightseeing slide built.|
|28-JUN-2000||first domestic electric sightseeing slide opened.|
冠岩 (Guangyan, Crown Cave) is located on the bank of the Li River. It is known for centuries and has attracted countless poets, scholars and nobles. In 1637 this cave was visited by Xu Xiake, an early traveler. He is regarded the first visitor to this cave. This is a river cave with a great portal at the Li River.
The show cave is very well developed, with numerous weird vehicles. It may be visited by boat, bamboo raft, elevator, train, and slide. They say it is listed in the Guinness book of World Records for the greatest variety of transport. We guess it's in the Chinese edition. However, we never heard about slides before. It seems this is a unique slide with electric engine and the possibility to modify the speed.