Impression Third Sister Liu
Impression Third Sister Liu is a huge outdoor performance with natural stage on water that you might have never seen or experienced before. It is the largest real landscape performance in the world with over more than 2 square kilometers natural stage on Lijiang River and 12 mountain peaks as its background. Over 700 actors and actresses perform in the show. The participants in the show are all local, mostly from Zhuang and Yao background.
The venue for the performance is at the juncture of the Lijiang River and Tianjia River in Yangshuo County. The usage of lights and water emphasizes the beauty of the Li River and the limestone mountains in a way no one had ever seen, making the whole venue look like a fairyland. The hidden sound equipment ingeniously uses the echo that the mountain peaks form to lead you to the original ecological living environment in south China, and create unique results.
Zhang Yimou, a famous Chinese film director who was also the chief director and creative brain of the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, is one of the chief directors of this performance.
If you travel to Yangshuo, this show is DEFINITELY a must see and worth all your time and the money you spend.
Fantasy Pilgrimage to the West
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Fantasy Lijiang River
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Landscape of Guilin
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Song of Ling Canal
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