9, 10,11,14, 18, 21, 24, 25, 28, 30, 52, 58 (52 and 58 are free but the departure interval is very long), 97, 204, 206
Situated on the eastern side of the Li River, Seven Star Park is the biggest (with an area of 134 hectares) with the best natural environment in Guilin. It includes sites as Follower Bridge, Camel Hill, Seven Star Cave and others.
The elegantly constructed Flowers Bridge is the main gateway to the park. It was first built in the Song Dynasty and renovated in the Ming Dynasty. It's said that in the ancient time the bridge was well surrounded by wild flaming flowers in spring, thus the name of the bridge. Unfortunately, the number of flowers reduced greatly during the Qing Dynasty and now visitors can't find any.
The Seven Star Cave is a fantastic karst cave with a large number of stalagmites and stalactites, which decorate the cave into an eye-dazzling beautiful place. Seven-Star Cave is an extensive limestone cave complex in Seven-Star Park, both of which are popular tourist attractions in the city of Guilin. The park and cave's name derive from the fact the main karst limestone peaks roughly resemble the stars of the Big Dipper constellation. The earliest exploration of Seven-Star Cave dates back to the Tang Dynasty, about 1,300 years ago.
The cave has a year-round temperature of about 20 Celsius. The maximum ceiling height inside is 27 meters, and the maximum width is 49 meters. A concrete and stone tour path of approximately 1,000 meters runs through the cave between its entrance and exit points. Artificial lighting for walkways and displays is staged throughout, including colored accents, and various formations have names such as "A Natural Fresco" and "The Chessboard". During the Japanese invasion of China in World War II, Guilin residents took refuge in the cave complex.
Guilin Seven-Star Zoo is located in the Guilin Seven-Star Park. It is the only zoo in Guilin city. Guilin Seven-Star Zoo was built in the early 1960s. After its construction, panda becomes the famous star here. Since 1960s, there have been raised more than 6 pandas which are "No.9", "Weilun", "Meimei", "Taotao", "Yueyue" and "Yangyang". The two Olympic Pandas (During 2008 Beijing Olympic, some pandas are sent to be on display during the Beijing Olympic Games) "Fengyi" and "Meixin" which have moved here recently and are regarded as the seventh and eighth panda kept in the Guilin Seven-Star Park. Among all the pandas that kept in the park, "Meimei" had lived for 36 years. It had set a new record for the longest life among the pandas raised in captivity in the world.
The Wonder Garden is one of the most popular places in the zoo. Many children will come here to feed young sheep and rabbits.
Pandas have their own behavior and life style. Sometimes pandas might stay in their enclosure without coming out and they could be difficult to see. We trust that you understand.
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