Camelia Apartment

Address: 50 Meters West From Shuangheqiao Bridge, Nanmen Gulou, Dali Town, Dali, Yunnan, 671000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 50 Meters West From Shuangheqiao Bridge, Nanmen Gulou, Dali Town, Dali, is near Dali Gucheng - the Old City, The Three Pagodas, Chongsheng Three Pagodas, and Erhai Lake.
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    Travel Blogs from Dali

    Goodbye China

    A travel blog entry by nikhil.sharma on Nov 27, 2014

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    ... lake. The views from the lakeside were spectacular as were the little villages we cycled through (the massive tourist development and construction we passed was less appealing, but this appears to be unavoidable in China these days). Overall, our last day in China left us with good memories.

    We arrived early morning in Kunming from Dali and were able to get a bus straight to the airport. With about an hour before our flight check in we were feeling relaxed and happy ...

    Yunnan Province, Kunming and Dali, China

    A travel blog entry by sabjean42 on Apr 12, 2013

    ... China.
    Most surprising to me, were the wide boulevards with up to 12 lanes of traffic, separated by medians filled with shrubs and blooming flowers - one stretch with multicolored cosmos. There were new construction sites everywhere. Most of the apartment complexes were at least 10 stories. One friend said it was a rare luxury to live in a 2 story building.
    The Stone Forest stretches over a large area. Some rock formations appear to grow out of a lake, others resemble an ...

    Searching for Dali

    A travel blog entry by rootsandroutes on Jun 26, 2012

    11 photos

    ... br> Yet as we wandered the streets, searching for the centre of the old town, we struggled to find this place of legend, overflowing with Bohemian cafés advertising art exhibitions and yoga classes, and shops brimming with Buddhist bric-a-brac and hippie clothes. Instead, a rather dull, but pleasant, place greeted us, whose bland whitewashed houses with light grey tiled roofs stood in an indifferent line of mechanics' workshops, convenience stores and shady noodle joints.


    We head south to Dali

    A travel blog entry by kingstravel on Aug 14, 2011

    85 photos

    ... westerners so we often used our hosts to do the bargaining.)

    Along the way we chatted to people, saw an area set up for outdoor movies and watched a group of ladies practising Chinese Line dancing. We decided to have an easy dinner tonight as we had enjoyed a large lunch so headed into Dico's (the Chinese version of KFC!) We then climbed the steps to the top of the North Gate to see the view and the lights and stopped for an icecream on our way back to the ...

    A wonderful day in and around Dali

    A travel blog entry by littleboylost51 on Jul 25, 2011

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    ... part of the monastery of Chongwen Si but this was destroyed during the Qing dynasty. The tallest and oldest of the pagodas was built around 800 AD while the smaller two date from the 11th century. The pagodas themselves are situated near the foot of a hill with the Buddhist temple complex rising towards the summit of the hill behind them. The whole complex is set against a backdrop of cloud ...