Benxi Shuidong National Park

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Benxi Shuidong National Park (本溪水洞国家公园) is in Liaoning province.

Looking down from entrance stairway


The Benxi Water Caves are located 30km east of Benxi.


Benxi Shuidong was made a national park on January 10, 1994


Forest of stalagtites and stalagmites within a cavern system lit by colored lighting. A river 3,000 meters long, 2 meters deep and wide enough for 20-30 boats, is found flowing through a giant 5 million-year old cavern

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Constant temperature of 10°C within the cavern

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Direct bus from Shenyang leaves in the morning and returns in the afternoon. Minibuses from Benxi leave regularly from Benxi train station.


元85 plus 元5 for tram from ticket office to cave entrance

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Boat ride along the "Milky Way", the river that flows through the caverns

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  • Rock shapes with names like Ginseng Baby, Tiger's Mouth and Seal playing with Pearl

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