The Reed Flute Cave is a scenic spot and tourist attraction in Guilin, Guangxi, China, known as “the Palace of Natural Arts“. This cave got its name from the kind of reed growing immediately outside the cave entrance, which is used to make fine flutes. It is about 500 meters long and should take slightly less than an hour to explore.
It is also of historic importance. Touristic significance of the place can be dated as far as the 8th century, during the Tang Dynasty, as there are around 77 ink inscriptions inside the cave spanning several centuries of history.