Jinlun Cave in Mashan County, Nanning is located along the side of National Highway 210 in the north of Daming Mountain, the northwestern part of Nanning and is a national 4A-level scenic spot. Jinlun Cave was named after the hero of the local Zhuang mythology, Wei Jinlun, who had studied in the cave and met with the celestial being and therefore gained treasure. The Jinlun Cave is 10 kilometers long and is divided into three tour lines: A, B and C. Currently the A-line is open, with a journey about 3.5 kilometers which could be finished in 2 hours.
It is reported that the water cave and dry cave in Jinlun Cave is connected because of thousands of years of tectonic movement of the Himalayas, which lifted huge underground rivers away from the water surface. The hall inside the cave is magnificent with stalactites everywhere, some of which are connected to form needle columns, and some are stretched in four directions to create the shapes of beautiful dragons and phoenixes. The quiet-flowing underground river is as clean as a mirror, reflecting the underwater world. Some looks like the Dragon Palace, some looks like the snowy forest, and some looks like the Great Canyon of the Himalayas. In December 1987, the British Cave Expert Exploration Team conducted a 27-day investigation on Jinlun Cave, and gave out the conclusion that Jinlun Cave could be rank among the ten famous caves in the world.