Enjoy China's summer in an ice cave

09:47, July 12, 2010      

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The hot summer has been hard to survive this year so far. With that in mind, you should not hesitate to visit an ice cave to better cope with the high temperatures. There are 12 ice caves in China to help you relieve the summer heat.


The fantastic ice and cold air make the ice cave a great place to relieve the summer heat. [Photo: Xinhuanet]


No.1 Ice Cave - 10 Thousand Years Old

This cave has the most ice, compared with other ice caves in China.

Location: Deep in Guanceng Mountain of Chuanjingwa County, Shanxi Province.

Transportation: Take the train to East Ningwu Village, Shanxi Province and you can rent a car to get to the cave. Admission: 50 yuan per person


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(Editor:王千原雪)

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