Reed Flute Cave got its name in the Tang Dynasty (618-907) for the numerous reeds growing outside of the cave. Local children liked to carve the reeds into flutes. Even today, children can be seen around the cave's entrance offering to sell the reed flutes they made. What makes Reed Flute Cave so spectacular are the stalactites, stalagmites and columns that can be found inside the cave. The formations were created over thousands of years by dripping water.
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