Peony Garden Hostel

Address: No.61 Xingren Upper Section, Wuyi Street, Dayan Town, Gucheng District, Lijiang, Yunnan, 674100, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.61 Xingren Upper Section, Wuyi Street, Dayan Town, Gucheng District, Lijiang, is near Black Dragon Pond Park, Baisha Village, and Museum of Nàxi Dongba Culture.
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Travel Blogs from Lijiang

Welllllcoooooome toooooo Chinaaaaaaaa

A travel blog entry by mooretravelling on Mar 11, 2015

2 comments, 5 photos

... pools close to the New Town such as the White Horse Dragon Pool.

Sitting just outside the Old Town boundaries is Zhangyi Market. Purely used by locals, this market makes for an interesting venture and provides more of an insight into the local buying habits than the busy tourist centre. Everything can be bought here from pig heads to copper woks, from vegetables to Chinese tea and everything else in between.

A ...

Beautiful Lijiang

A travel blog entry by chenli on Mar 02, 2015

36 photos

Shangri-La feels like it's at the edge of the world. Formerly called Zhongdian, the city claims to be the place written about in James Hilton's novel, Lost Horizon, and thus changed its name. The name change helps promote tourism of course. Shangri-La is part of Yunnan province, but it's close to the border with both Sichuan province and Tibet. The place has a very Tibetan feel about it. The architecture is different than anywhere else in China, a lot of the food ...

Tiger Leaping Gorgeousness

A travel blog entry by nikhil.sharma on Nov 22, 2014

9 photos

... typical.). However, from the top we were rewarded with stunning views of the snow capped mountains and the gorge below. From then on we happily followed the generally flat path, enjoying the waterfalls which flowed over it and the odd rickety bridge, and reached our guest house in the middle of the mountain with great views over the gorge in plenty of time for dinner. I think we ordered half the menu. Exhausted, we were asleep well before 9 pm.


The next morning ...

Just like riding a bike

A travel blog entry by rednosefg on Nov 15, 2013

10 photos

... the way. I first headed towards 'BaiSha' - a fairly small town famous for its ancient dynasty murals. I read that most of these had been destroyed in the cultural revolution but decided to go check it out anyway. Yep, there were no murals! What I did find, after stalking a German tour group, was a house teaching silk embroidery. I chatted with some of the girls who worked there and they said that the masters have been working there for 27 ...

Clinics in the dirt

A travel blog entry by mattdonna on Feb 17, 2012

41 photos

... I know people complain about our health care system and it is by no means perfect and I agree wait lists for elective surgeries in certain fields need to be reduced but inpatient care is free in our public system our medications are subsidised considerably. China has a system similar to the American system in that you need insurance to cover visiting a doctor and if not you pay a hefty price. I can't even go into detail how many times patients have walked out of the doctors office ...