Spend a day in nature at Liu Zongyuan Park
Situated just steps away from the beautiful Liujiang River, the Radisson Blu Hotel Liuzhou offers an ideal base for exploring the area’s natural and historic wonders. If you're looking for things to do in your free time, Liu Zongyuan, the only national park in the region, is a quick 10-minute drive away, and other popular sites like Bailian Cave are just a bit further. Looking for a relaxing day trip? Travel to the Xiangzhou Hot Springs, only 51 kilometers from the hotel, to soak away sore muscles and aches in one of 10 springs scattered throughout the property.
Liujiang River - facing hotel
Take an evening stroll or a boat ride on this scenic river, enjoying the stunning night scene and the lively crowds.
Liu Zongyuan Park - 1.3 km (10-min drive)
Built in 1909, this is the only national park in the region and features cultural relics like the Lou chi Pond, the Memorial Hall of Liu Zongyuan and the children’s recreation ground.
Confucius Temple - 2.7 km (10-min drive)
Located at the Liujiang River and constructed by the Tang Dynasty, this temple was built to honor Confucius.
Big Dragon Pool Scenic Spot - 6.4 km (18-min drive)
Famous across China for its subtropical limestone landscape, Big Dragon features 24 peaks, including Sleeping Tiger Mountain, as well as several bodies of water.
Bailian Cave - 18 km (30-min drive)
Utilized by early humans from 36,000 B.C. to 7,000 B.C., this Stone Age cave once held cultural relics, animal fossils and late Homo sapien fossils.
Xiangzhou Hot Springs - 51 km (1.5-hr drive)
Soothe away your cares in one of the 10 springs scattered around the fields. The clear water contains over 20 kinds of mineral and microelement substances thought to offer health benefits.
Chengyang Wind & Rain Bridge - 136 km (4-hr drive)
Also known as the Yongji and Panlong bridge, this structure was built in 1916 and features wood columns, tiles and eaves.