Seven Star Crags

Seven Star Crags is located to the north of Zhaoqing city in Guangdong Province. The lake covers about 8 square kilometers with the seven crags clustered together in a amazing natural formation. Seen from afar and at a height, the Crags, encircled by the expanse of blue water resemble "The Big Dipper". The lakeside Crags are overgrown on one side with dense foliage typical of the South China landscape. The Star Lake is actually composed of five lakes of different sizes, linked by the winding green embankment. The Seven-Star Crags is famous for its "lush scenery, majestic cliffs and fascinating caves". The inner lake encircling the crags is the smallest one, with a lower water level compared with the other lakes.
Within its bounds, there are small gardens, a pavilion, a fishpond, lotus boats and an iron-chain bridge. The four outer lakes are linked with one another by water are as clear and smooth as a mirror with the banks covered with flowers in full bloom. Each of the caves has its own characteristics: some are deep, dangerous and pitch-dark; some are brightly-lit with their entrances located halfway down the crags, and others are filled with clear water and cold draughts. Among them the most famous are Heiyan Cave and the Shuangyuan Cave, which were formed by the erosion of the limestone by underground spring water. Here's some guide information in your travel of Seven Star Crags: Address: East of Lijiang, Zhaoqing City, Guangdong Province. Contact number: 0086-0758-2711740 Admission Fee:CNY50/Person Opening Hours: 08:00-19:00

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