Seven Star Crags in Zhaoqing City

There are some wonderful scenic Locations in Zhaoqing City, such as Seven Star Crags Park (qī xīng yán gōng yuán 七星岩公园), Panlong Gorge Eco-tourism Location (pán lóng xiá shēng tài lǚ yóu jǐng qū 盘龙峡生态旅游景区) , Star Lake (xīng hú 星湖), Ancient City Wall (gǔ chéng qiáng 古城墙) etc.. Among them Seven Star Crags Park and Panlong Gorge Eco-tourism Location are the most famous. The Canton Fair will be held in October, Welcome to Zhaoqing when you come to Guangzhou for the Canton Fair 2013.

Visitors have been coming to Zhaoqing for over 1,000 years, drawn in part by the limestone peaks at Seven Star Crags and the Dinghu Shan mountain Variety. These scenic Locations are refreshing destinations in fast moving Guangdong. If time is Restricted, they are a good way to see a natural Littleer scale versions of the classic scenery of Guilin. Zhaoqing Alone is a thriving modern city but among its new streets and Stores you can find old city walls, which are over 800 years old and a few interesting restored temples.

The Star Lake is partitioned into five lakes of different sizes by the winding green.
The inner lake encircling the crags is the Littleest one, with Reduce Drinking water Degree as In comparison with the other four lakes. Within its perimeter, there are Little gardens, a pavilion, a pond where the fish can be seen swimming, lotus boats, an iron-chain bridge etc. The four outer lakes linked with one another in Drinking water are as clear and smooth as a mirror with the covered with reduces in full bloom, brilliant as brocade.

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