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East West understands that each client have different interests and preference. Listed below are tour and package selections that will help you in planning your itinerary. These items are grouped according to the type of experience you have selected.

Chinatown-Bangkok
Full day Li River Cruise & Yangshou West street
In the morning, we will take the Li River cruise from Guilin to Yangshuo. It is the centerpiece of any trip to northeastern Guangxi Province. Gorgeous Karst peaks give you surprises at each bend of the limpid river under the blue sky. Water buffalo patrol the fields, peasants reap rice paddies, school kids and fisherman float by on bamboo rafts. With its breathtaking scenery and taste of a life far removed from the concrete metropolis, the scenery along the river become one of China's top tourist destinations.

In the afternoon, continue on to Yangshuo West Street an ancient Chinese poet once depicted the scene of Yangshuo as "scattered houses at the foot of Bilian Peak". He would never expect that the residential spot of a few households has developed into a town today. The most amazing section of Yangshuo is its West Street, about 1000 meters long, popularly known as "Foreigner's Street".

End the tour with a musical night show - Impression Liu Sanjie, a actually performance led on the Li River in Yangshuo. The cast are local Zhuang minority villagers, and it is one of the creations of famous Chinese Director Zhang Yimou.
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Chinatown-Bangkok
Yangshou - at my leisure
Enjoy Yangshou at your own leisure and pace. You may choose to simply relax and enjoy the facilities of your hotel or go explore the city in your own way to see what treasures you discover. 
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Chinatown-Bangkok
Morning Village Cycling
The scenery is said to be about the best in China, and it is depicted on the back of some Chinese 20 RMB bills. The two rivers that flow near it are the Li River that is about 150 or 200 meters wide and is quite deep and the Yulong River that is about 30 to 60 meters wide and has a maximum depth of about 5 meters or 16 feet.
 
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