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This sight is called Dragon Palace in Chinese meaning underwater palace. The large lake was formed when water from the above cave broke an opening at the bottom thus creating a lake below. You can go near and see the opening with water pushing down...More
This cave is nothing like any any of the many caves I have visited before. It's in a mountain lake that is about 90 meters above the river bed below. The cave is visited by taking a boat tour through the cave but on the...More
Entrance fee for seniors is only CNY 5
Hiring a tourist guide for a group is CNY 150
Taking a lift to avoid climbing a staircase 10 stories high costs cny 25 one way ! But worth it to save you energy for the rest...More
I am a real fan of caves. If there's a cave system where I am visiting, I'm there! The Dragon Palace system blew me away. The cave "rooms" were gigantic! Awe inspiring! Overwhelming! Nature at its best. Also somewhat hard to photograph as we floated...More
Worthwhile to go and combine it with some other scenic areas. Dragon Castle and Tianchi Lake, the Underground River Karst Cave is 15 km long and is the longest water Karst cave in China; Dragon Gate Flying Waterfall - is the biggest waterfall inside a...More
This is am amazing attraction, from start to finish. I enjoyed the walk to the cave which borders a small river and ends in front of a very high waterfall. The entrance lake to access the caves is ... at the top!! (there is a...More
龙宫洞 （dragon palace cave) is around 30 km for Anshun and reachable by bus or car! Once you get there you have to pay a ticket for around 120 rmb. As it was raining a lot during the day before we had to pay only...More
I wish I could have stayed here longer! Get an early start! This is the most amazing place ever. Not only is the cave home to a magnificent waterfall, the grounds around the cave are to die for as well. Overgrown stairways, low hanging greenery....More
I visited this place 20 years ago and found it completely different today. Water becomes dirtier and people less kind.
First of all, they made the place for making money but not a pleasant visit. The entry ticket is expensive in Chinese standard but after...More