Why is Reed Flute Cave special?
Known as “the Palace of Natural Arts”, Reed Flute Cave's remarkable features impress domestic and foreign visitors alike. This limestone cave with impressive stalactite and stalagmite formations makes the Reed Flute Cave well worthy of a visit.
Reed Flute Cave Highlights
According to legend, it is believed that the green reed could be made into flutes to create dulcet music. The exuberant reed covered the entrance to the cave, so the people of the area used this cave for many centuries as a hideout in times of war.
The Rock Formations in Fantastic Shapes
Those remarkable stalactites, stalagmites and other rock formations showcase a myriad of fanciful shapes, such as curtains, birds, flowers and animals, which inspire endless and wonderful imagination.
Time-honored Stone Inscriptions
The cave has been popular with tourists and poets since 1300 years ago during the Tang Dynasty. Some stone inscriptions covering years of history on the cave walls can be seen today.