No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
Photos of Qingxin Courtyard
TripAdvisor Reviews Qingxin Courtyard Dali
Travel Blogs from Dali
And we meet the group
May, Mongolian, the owner and founder – elegant, friendly, super sharp
Stefan, her Dutch husband of 2 years, IT guy, physicist who’s still finding his way in China
Xiao Mai, from Mongolia, English beginner, beautiful, works so hard to please
Chris, Xaio Mai’s partner, Dutch, ...
... the traffic being fairly light on a Sunday. The bus station was busy and our hearts sank a little as we surveyed the scene and saw hardly a word of English apart from at three windows - “Air tickets”, “Transfers” and “Enquiries”. All the other windows had Chinese names above them which we assumed to be the various destinations. We pulled out the guide book to try to find the Chinese for the town of Dali but ...
Last day in Kunming today. Going to the stone forest. It is about an hour out of Kunming. All of the group are going. It is quite expensive. Off we go. I wasn't completely blown away. Just a bunch of rocks sticking out of the ground with various shapes identified. We ended up getting lost somewhere and took the road back to the entrance. The stall holders were more expensive there and it was difficult to find something worthwhile to eat ...
... forgotten about it considering it's 5* location.
The rest of the walk down didn't take long at all, about an hour and a half in which time we passed countless Chinese tourists getting guided pony treks up the mountain. We made it back to town with a lot of time to spare as our bus to Kunming wasn't until 4.30 that afternoon. After dragging out the lunching process for as long as we could we thought we'd squeeze in a little sight seeing. We picked an ...
... Shan which is a much larger version of this place. This island's history however, can be traced back to the 15th century which is pretty amazing. The other amazing thing is how many people they crammed onto this REALLY tiny island. I mean it was incredible. There were two tour boats at the same time unloading on this high school track sized island which was already filled with about 20 hawkers trying to sell their ...