Radisson Blu Hotel Liuzhou

Nearby Attractions


DISCOVER THINGS TO DO NEAR THE RADISSON BLU IN LIUZHOU

Your trip to Liuzhou doesn’t have to be all work and no play with sights like the Liujiang River and Liu Zongyuan Park less than two kilometers from the hotel. If you find yourself with a free afternoon, drive to one of the more popular tourist destinations like Big Dragon Pool Scenic Spot and Xiangzhou Hot Springs. Need to stay nearby in case a client calls? The Confucius Temple is only 10 minutes away, making it easy to enjoy the quiet, riverside locale while staying close to the Radisson Blu.

Nearby attractions:

  • Liujiang River - facing hotel 

    Meander along the riverbank by foot, take a water taxi to a nearby sight or wade in the river at one of the popular man-made beaches.
  • Liu Hou Park - 1.5 km (10-min drive) 

    This 15-hectare city park provides a nice respite from the bustling streets outside. Explore the garden, walk along the lake and tour the Liuhou Memorial Temple.
  • Confucius Temple - 3 km (10-min drive) 

    With a history that dates back to 618 A.D. during the Tang Dynasty, the current Confucius Temple was reconstructed in 2010 and offers a peaceful spot for an afternoon stroll.
  • Big Dragon Pool Scenic Spot - 6.5 km (18-min drive) 
    Big Dragon Pool Scenic Spot attracts tourists with its lush green forest, 24 peaks and two natural water pools.
  • Bailian Cave - 18 km (30-min drive) 
    Surrounded by mountains, the Bailian Cave offers a glimpse into early human life around 36,000 B.C. Visit the museum to see the primitive decorations, animal fossils and stoneware collected from the cave.
  • Xiangzhou Hot Springs - 51 km (1.5-hr drive) 

    Treat your body to a rejuvenating soak at Xiangzhou Hot Springs, featuring 10 different watering holes that offer more than 20 kinds of mineral and microelement substances to renew your skin.
  • Chengyang Wind and Rain Bridge - 136 km (4-hr drive) 

    Ideal for a day trip, this century-old bridge was constructed by dovetailing hundreds of wooden pieces together. Bring money for souvenirs sold by locals on the bridge, and save time to explore the nearby villages.