Sun & Moon Twin Pagodas
Literally Fir Lake, Shān Lake, together with its neighbour Róng Lake , was once part of a city moat.
Elephant Trunk Hill
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Sun & Moon Twin Pagodas information
Elegantly embellishing the scenery of Shān Lake (杉湖; Shān Hú), the Sun and Moon Twin Pagodas, beautifully illuminated at night, are the highlight of a stroll around Guìlín’s two central lakes. The octagonal, seven-storey Moon Pagoda (月塔; Yuè Tǎ) is connected by an underwater tunnel to the 41m-high Sun Pagoda (日塔; Rì Tǎ), one of the few pagodas with a lift.