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Yunfu Travel Guide

Last updated by fabiowzgogo at 2015/11/7

Yunfu Overview

Yunfu is a famous historical and cultural tourism landscape city. It’s also a main hub connecting Guangdong Pearl River Delta with the southwestern part of China.

It borders on Zhaoqing City, Jiangmen City and Foshan City in the east, and borders upon Yangjiang City and Maoming City in the south. Yunfu City borders on Wuzhou of Guangxi Province in the west, and faces Xijiang River in the north. The downtown of Yunfu is 60 kilometers from Zhaoqing and 140 kilometers from Guangzhou.

The tourist resources in Yunfu are richly endowed by nature. Its exquisite natural landscape and abundant human landscape add radiance and beauty to each other. The tourist attractions are too numerous to mention one by one, such as Panlong Cave, Lingxiao Cave, Guo’en Temple and Longshan Hot Spring. Guo’en Temple in Xinxing County enjoys a history of over 1,300 years and it’s listed as provincial key cultural relic protection unit.

Longshan Hot Spring contains diversified rare elements which are beneficial to human bodies and contribute to the cure of lots of chronic disease. Longshan hot spring holiday village is ranked as provincial tourist holiday resort. Panlong Cave is provincial scenic spot boasting exquisitely carved and beautifully wrought “stone flowers”. The “stone flowers” are as glittering and translucent as jade, which are unique in China and rarely seen in the world.

Yunfu enjoys pleasant climate with the annual average temperature of 22.5℃. The extreme minimum temperature is 0℃ and the maximum temperature is 39.1℃. It’s one of the cities that have the smallest annual mean temperature difference in China. All the year round, the rainy season lasts from April to June and the hottest months are August and September. The best time to visit Yunfu is from October to December.