Fubo Hill is a relatively small park that you have to pay to enter. It contains a number of minor attractions of which the peak [you have to climb up some steep steps] affords good views of Guilin town and the River Li - both meandering through the picturesque limestone karsts. In addition there is a temple for a Han dynasty general, Fubo Jiangjun; an impression collection of caves mainly occupied by stalls selling goods and a small park with some presentable topiary.
Its a pleasent stopover en route to somewhere else where you can get a drink.
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