No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
Photos of Mca Hotel
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Mca Hotel Dali
Travel Blogs from Dali
... our carriage being right at the end), and made it on to the train with one minute to spare.
The journey to Dali was about 7 hours and made much pleasanter by having bunks in a sleeper carriage. Once we had sweated off our run we spent a nice journey reading, sleeping and talking to a friendly Mongolian student.
Dali has two towns, the historic old town, Dali, and the new city, Xiaguan, but also called Dali. The train station was in Xiaguan, so we took a ...
... back to the 9th century. The biggest of the pagodas is 16 tiers high and there are two other 10 tier pagodas on either side of it. As I said in the previous blog, China is significantly more expensive than the rest of southeast Asia, so we were prepared to pay an entrance charge to see them. However we weren’t prepared to pay the hefty charge of £13 each to get in! So, being the wonderful cheap-skates we are, we figured out that if we walked through one of ...
The town is set among the beautiful Cangshan Mountains a short distance to the
west and Erhai Lake a few km to the east. After hiking up the mountain with Rob and Nina, I spent the rest of the days, lounging around: drinking, eating, watching movies, going for short walks, a boat ride around the lake, more eating and more drinking, relaxing on comfy couches.
One night at the hostel, I was given a ...
On the way to Dali we were going to go the short way but just before we got to the tunnel there was this big crash there so we had to go the long way which took 3 1/2 hours longer across curvey small bumpy dirt roads above steep cliffs with no railing. Our bus driver was really bad/crazy and whenever he saw a big truck he would honk his horn about 20 times and overtake it when there was basically no room for us and it looked like we were driving on a flat road but we got airborn about 10 ...
... we made it.
Now the bus pulled in what seemed like the middle of nowwhere and the bus was over RUN, and I mean over run as 15 people ran at the door, pushing a shoving one another to be first at the door. At first I thought they wanted to be first on the bus, then I realised they wanted to grap passengers for their transport/car. And of cause you had to negotiate a price before you got in.