Reed Flute Cave (Ludi Yan) is located in the northwestern section of the
city. It is 240 m deep and is probably the largest and most magnificent
cave in Guilin. It is named for the kind of reed growing near the cave,
which make fine flutes.
the U-shaped Karst cave are a large number of stalactites, stalagmites,
stone pillars, stone curtains, and stone flowers, all glistening in colorful
lights. There are more than 30 interesting sights including "Pines
in the Snow", "Mushroom Hill", "Dragon Pagoda",
"Sky-Scraping Twin", "Virgin Forests", "Red Curtain"
and "Flying Waterfalls". The Reed Flute Cave is justifiably
called the " Art Palace of Nature".