Seven Star Park
Seven Star Park is on the eastern side of the Li River,
which covers 120 hectares and includes peaks, rivers, caves, gardens and relics.
Hua Bridge, a 5-arch bridge in the park, is famous for its elegant style.
It was originally built in the Song Dynasty and rebuilt in 1965. The length of
the bridge is 134.66 meters.
Putuo Peak is the most premier
attraction of the park because of its karst caves and pavilions. Among the caves
is Seven Star Cave, which was an underground river a million years ago. There
are three stories in the cave. The middle story with a length of 814 meters is
open to visitors. Fantastic stalactites and stalagmites in the cave are very attractive.
The pavilions on Putuo Peak are exquisite.
Forest is to the south of Yueya Hill. A lot of well-preserved inscriptions, including
inscriptions from the Tang Dynasty, are still there.