Xing-hu Lake of Southern China

Also known as Star Lake and is located in Guangdong Province. It is in the northern outskirts of a city called Zhao-qing, approximately four kilometres from the downtown, to be precise. 

The lake is partitioned into five separate sections divided with small strips of land and walkways. It has also seven limestone crags that stand in the formation similar to the big dipper star constellation, hence the name of Star Lake.

People say that the beautiful landscape of the lake is tremendous since it has limestone peaks as in Guilin and exquisite water as in West Lake of  Hangzhou.

The lake area is about 8 square kilometres which form one of the most scenic locations in the area. Unfortunately, when I visited the lake, I only visited a small part of it.

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