Fairyland Hotel Dali Zhongheju

Address: No.31 Huguo Road, Dali, Yunnan, 671003, China | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Dali area of Dali, is near Dali University.
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      Xizhou, a little gem in Yunnan

      A travel blog entry by agbucks on Sep 11, 2014

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      ... at altitude. We are lower this evening but still at 2000 + meters. However SG goes for an evening bike ride with James to the Erhai Lake. It is a round trip of just under an hour. The bikes are of dubious quality but it is just blissful to be cycling and getting some exercise. We see the lake against a beautiful evening sky. It is very peaceful and as yet relatively underdeveloped. There are a few ominous signs of future constructions but for now they can ...

      Three pagodas

      A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Mar 04, 2013

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      ... tallest pagoda is 69.6m tall and building is reported to have began in 823AD! In 1978 during restoration work, over 700 Buddha statues were found inside. The other two pagodas were built 100 years later to a height of 42.2m and are also much narrower. Right at the entrance to the site was a series of lakes and waterways. The pagodas reflected into these pools - really pretty! Past the pagodas, heading up into the mountains is Chongsheng temple. Beyond this temple was another, ...

      Searching for Dali

      A travel blog entry by rootsandroutes on Jun 26, 2012

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      ... Soon, we would leave for the capital of the province, Kunming, and we sought out a little side-street, where Buddhist monks and fellow devout followers served tasty all-you-can-eat vegetarian fare to a mix of hungry locals and cash-strapped travellers. Two heaped bowls of food later, and with the sun finally breaking through the white haze of clouds for the first time since we arrived, we were ready to depart from this funny little place.

      Somehow, with so little to enjoy ...

      Riding to Lake Erhai

      A travel blog entry by reneelouise on Jul 10, 2011

      30 photos

      ... of Cangshan Mountain. These mountain range extend from the Hymalayas, forking down into Yunnan. We have now been here for three days, and every time I look up, it still blows my mind.

      The driver found the hostel with no drama and we checked in. The hostel is beautiful with a beautiful grassed courtyard and two golden retrievers that greet you enthusiastically. There are tables and chairs set up and people sitting around reading. A few water features feed a small channel ...

      Yuck Milk Tea

      A travel blog entry by noodlesandrice on Feb 28, 2011

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      ... for the minibus was 20Y/1.88 each so when a tuk-tuk driver yelled "Dali! Forty!" at us as we walked out the station we thought, brilliant! It's the same price as two minibus tickets and we get chauffeured there just the two of us! It was only later that I saw in the guide book the price for the minibus was actually 2Y/19p each, so instead of paying the same price we paid ten times more!! Oh well, the tuk-tuk ride was hilarious as the tuk-tuks here are held together with ...