After our visit to Avatar and World Bridge (Movie), we went down the summit by Bialong elevator using VIP lane (in Vatican City, Rome, there was also express lanes for tourist groups). We partook our lunch in a local Korean restaurant. The BBQ was excellent for meat eaters. Food supply was abundant when you ate with fellow tourists who had phobia of cholesterol planted in their minds. Chinese beer tasted better than lemonade.  The restaurant had home-brewed ginseng brandy selling at RMB 10 for a small cup (60ml); alcohol content could be well above 40% and I shared it with two other travellers.

We spent the afternoon visiting Huanglong Cave and the surrounding garden. It was a wonderful and beautiful limestone caves, with water deep and wide enough to accommodate many motorised boats.



  1. The Emu

    Absolutely an impressive site to visit, the scenes are remarkable, from the walkway to the caves to the green roof of the theatre. Food enticing to the taste buds.
    Thanks for sharing your remarkable experience and fantastic pictures.


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