Cloud 9 Restaurant
Runs two three-hour cooking courses a day, for around ¥120 per person including a market tour and lunch. Would-be chefs receive...
Insight Adventures Yangshuo
Offers local advice for experienced climbers and fully guided, bolted climbs for beginners. Prices start at ¥350 per person for a...
Bike Asia has the best equipment and advice on trips. Bikes are ¥70 per day (deposit ¥300), including safety helmet and map....
Bars that do not play pop or hire pole dancers have a hard time surviving in Yángshuò, which makes this place a slight anomaly. Kaya has...
Pretenders may come and go but the town’s first French restaurant remains standing. This one shares its historic premises with the...
Bìlián Peak information
Located in the southeastern corner of town, this is Yángshuò's main peak; it's also the most accessible (it can be climbed in half an hour). Because it has a flat northern face that is supposed to resemble an ancient bronze mirror, it is also called Bronze Mirror Peak (Tóngjìng Fēng). The peak rises up next to the Lí River, in the Mountain Water Garden (Shānshuǐ Yuán); look for the sign that says 山水园.