Guilin Jingjiang King Tomb

Jingjiang King Tomb is the most famous spots located in Guilin Yao Mountain Scenic Area. It is an important relic of culture and history in Guilin City.
The tomb covers more than 100 square meters. It is a royal mausoleum of Jingjiang Family during the Ming Dynasty, and there buried 11 generations princes of Jingjiang Family. The mausoleum has been well-preserved for about 300 years and it is the largest ancient mausoleum in south China.  
A cable car extends 1,416.18m from the top to the foot of the Yao Mountain was completed in 1006, which offers visitors a wonderful bird’s eye view of the scenic area. The cable car has 18 curves at the sloping track, guiding tourists traveling through the forest.