Reed Flute Cave is the largest and most picturesque of karst caves in China’s tourist city of Guilin. But the colorful name of the ancient cave – nothing compared to the beauty of its halls. Once this place was the ocean. Natural disasters made this beauty, raising the surface of the mountains with strange fantastic gorges, clefts, caves and caverns. The cave got its name from the thickets of bamboo, covering the surrounding hills. Bamboo from this place the locals use for the production of a musical instrument – flute. Due to the unique lighting and reflection in an underground lake – it seems like frozen pieces, which are on the Chinese poetic tradition, the name “Crystal Palace”, “Dragon Tower”, “Pine Tree in the Snow,” “Dawn in the Lion’s Grove,” “Red threshold” and so on.