Elephant Trunk Hill is located on the western bank of Li River Scenery. The shape of the hill is just like a huge elephant drinking water from the river with its trunk, so it is called Elephant Trunk Hill.
The Entrance to the park
The Front View of the stone carving
The Back View of the stone carving
The Path to the Hill
On the top of the hill is a two-storey pagoda built in the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) surrounded by green trees.As the symbol of Guilin, Elephant Trunk Hill is the main scenic spot of the Elephant Trunk Hill Park.
There is even a show.
Tips for you all pay no attention to other photographers who take photos of you illegally just walk away when they come up to you showing the photos you already took earlier or you can also try to bargain with them to REM5.00 even they ask for REM20.00 for each photos beside they have no use of the photos anyway.