The Ju Long Tan Cave (gathering dragons cave) is located close to the Big Banyan Tree area. This cave has similar natural rock formation like the Lu Di Yan (Reed Flute) cave. The Ju Long Tan cave covers 900 square meters with 7 exhibition halls which exhibit over one thousand types of stones.
Various rock formation on display at the museum.
After a tour through the museum, which took about 20 minutes, we headed to the entrance to the Ju Long Tan cave, and once inside, it was very cool and refreshing. The Ju Long Tan cave is very much like the Reed Flute cave in Guilin. One big difference between this cave and Reed Flute cave is the Ju Long Tan cave contains much more water reserves. Inside the cave are many colored lights lighting up the cave.
Boat to take tourists out of the Ju Long Tan Cave.
One unique aspect of the Ju Long Tan cave is that near the end, there’s a large pond of water. There are boats here ready to take visitors out via the water channel. You can touch the water here, and it is icey cold. The tour of the Ju Long Tan cave lasted about 30 minutes, and even though I already seen the Reed Flute cave in Guilin, this was still an entertaining trip through the cave, and the water channel.