Twin Tower In Guilin Provence Beautiful Nigh Day Most Favourite China Tourism
"I have visited more than 80 countries and over a hundred cities. I have found that no city can surpass the beauty of Guilin. Guilin is really a bright pearl in China." The formation of this “pearl” started 200 million years ago when there were crustal movements and limestone sediments thrust out of the sea bottom. After years of erosion by wind and rain, hills, rocks and caves with unusual shapes were molded and referred to as “karst” topology.
Its HRI sector has potential to showcase and promote U.S. meat, wine and condiments to affluent Chinese and foreign tourists once it decides to increase focus on tourist quality rather than number. The retail sector is still in its infancy for imported foods. Meanwhile, the local livestock sector thirsts for high quality U.S. inputs such as purebred breeding pigs to boost production. As its economy grows, and infrastructure improves in line with other key Guangxi cities such as Nanning, Guilin will rise in prominence. U.S. producers need to take note.
Guilin is in the northeast part of the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region with five urban districts and twelve counties. The most famous are Yangshuo and Longsheng. Guilin has subtropical weather with a monsoon season from April to July and annual rainfall of 69 inches (2006 data). The hottest months are July and August at 90° Fahrenheit during the day, and 75°F at night. Tourism is the pillar of Guilin’s economy, followed by agricultural and industrial sectors. In 2008, Guilin focused investment on auto parts manufacture, pharmaceuticals, the IT industry and food processing. Most new projects center in the Lingui New District, the future industrial center of Guilin.
Guilin is well connected by air, road, rail and river. Tourists and business travelers can easily access Guilin quickly, safely and comfortably. Most cargo transportation relies on rail and road. Most imported goods are shipped from Guangzhou by truck.