This is where the sifting of the wavy silvergrass and the croaking of frogs join in song, and it is also the final resting place of many a martial nomad.Marsh of Rustling Reeds
There is a Statue of The Seven located on the northern end of Dihua Marsh, along the main road.
An alluvial plain shaped by the flow of Bishui River.
The waterfall to its northwest is famous among travelers.
Aquatic plants and natural resources abound in this fertile land near Mt. Qingce.Expedition description
- "Dihua" refers to Amur silvergrass, a grass native to cool-temperate regions in northeast Asia. It is not to be confused for its lookalike — Chinese silver grass.
- The design of the Dihua Marsh area took many elements from Guilin culture, landscape, and architecture.
|Language||Official Name||Literal Meaning|
|Amur Silvergrass Flower Islet|
|Sino-Japanese reading of Chinese name|
|Sino-Korean reading of Chinese name|
|Spanish||Pantano Dihua||Dihua Marsh|
|French||Marais Dihua||Dihua Marsh|
|Vietnamese||Sino-Vietnamese reading of Chinese name|
|Portuguese||Ilhota de Dihua||Islet of Dihua|
- "Travels Afar" Scenic Spot Collaboration Documentary - Guilin Chapter
- Japanese voiceline in Zhongli's Treat.