Guilin is a sightseer’s dream, a photographer’s oasis, a nature enthusiast’s playground, and for the language learner’s of the world—Guilin is an unparalleled treasure trove.

This post is a shout out to a few of the many talented photographers who enrich the IG-sphere with their #beautiful images from Guilin. Please enjoy 18 of our favorite #Guilin photos and follow us @studycli on Instagram to see plenty more.

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Hard work.#yangshuo #rockclimbing #guilin

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Longji Rice Terraces (Dragon Backbone’s Rice Terraces), one of the most amazing terrace in China, construction of the terraces began in the Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368), and continued until the early Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) when construction was completed. The Dragon's Backbone Rice Terraces is a beautiful natural landmark. Rice terraces vary from season to season. In spring, the water is irrigated into the fields and the terraces look like great chains or ribbons hung on the hillsides. When the onset of summer, green waves rush continuously down the mountainside from the heaven. The theme of autumn is the harvest, with the mountainside decorated with the gold of ripened millet. Coming into winter, the whole mountain will be covered with white snow, just like dragons playing with water.

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Once upon a time in China.

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We hope you enjoyed our selected images of Guilin! Check out our article on the Guilin Flying Tigers and our tips for studying abroad in Guilin, China!