Li River (Guangxi)
Karst mountains at Li river
The Li Jiang or Li River (Chinese漓江, Pinyin the Li Jiang ) is a 437 km long river in Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region in the People's Republic of China. It rises in the Mao'er Mountains in County Xing'an and flows through Guilin and Yangshuo before flowing into the Gui Jiang, a tributary of the West River. The river is especially famous for its landscape. It flows through the karst landscape in Guilin, which is the epitome of a beautiful landscape in China.
The Magic channel connects the 3rd century BC, the Li marine technically with the Xiangjiang River, a tributary of the Yangtze River.