No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
Photos of Moonshine Inn
Travelers also looked at:
TravelPod Member ReviewsMoonshine Inn Dali
Excellent place, bit out of the bustle and the crowds !
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Moonshine Inn Dali
Travel Blogs from Dali
... return home! We meet the lovely Lou-shi early morning and then head to the local market, where we are educated about the many food stuffs on offer. The varieties of seaweed available are alone astounding. We then move on to the tofu section, where she explains to us about how making tofu in China is akin to cheese/bread making in France. These bean curd craftsmen are up well before dawn everyday to create the numerous types of tofu on display- we taste some ...
... Once there we locked up and strode confidently towards the entrance with our pre purchased tickets only to be told in Chinese that we were in the wrong place! After much map pointing and hand gestures we gathered that there were in fact two cable cars in town, with the other one about 8 km away! It was a bumpy downhill ride with full breaks (they were almost non-existent!) back down to the main road when we peddled for a good half an hour out of town to finally spot the ...
Arrived in Dali at the Jade Emu and Jade Roo Hostel! Awesome vibes, a pool table, and rockin' 90's music videos playing all night long. Aww yeaaaah!
Went to dinner where Jessica and Kelli got into it over whoooo killed whoooo (spring rolls actually). Resolved our issues and went to The Bad Monkey Bar! An Australian band was playing Miley Cyrus, Adele, and more! We sat in a booth and no joke, got like 50 photos taken of us because we're hot white ...
... est redescendu à Dali où on est resté un jour de plus. Après une grâce matinée bien méritée, on a loué des vélos pour aller voir le lac. Comme c’était nuageux et la vue n’était pas super, on n’était pas trop impressionné, mais on est passé par des beaux petits villages sur la route.
Dali was a 15-hour bus ride from Jinghong, by sleeping-bus during the day. We got to the new city, Xiaguan, around 10pm so stayed the night ...
... sides by tall mountains. This has also preserved it's local minority culture, which are the Bai people. They've become almost equally a tourist draw as the landscape, to the point that as we exited the train station, many women in traditional Bai headdresses rushed forward to collect the various tour groups.
Dali, the walled town used to be and still is, I suppose, the center of Bai culture in China. Which is why the area is newly redeveloping to ...