The colorful Reed Flute Cave

Reed Flute Cave Visit:  October 25, 2010

What is there to do in the sleepy river town?  Apparently the Reed Flute Cave is one of the major attractions of the town. The Reed Flute Cave also known as Ludi Yan, is a natural limestone cave with un-natural multicolored lighting.  With researching the caves it got its name from the vegetation growing outside, which are… REEDS. The Reed Flute cave was filled with rock formation, stalagmites and stalactites all back-lit with different colors. The colorful lighting helped illuminate these ancient rocks and added optical interest to them.  One area of the cave had depressed lighting which provided a natural up lighting to the cave.

GUILIN cAVE

 

Red Flute Cave

My Favorite photo of the cave. I believe it was known as The Crystal Palace, it was being reflected by a pond located in the cave.

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