Shazhoulv Hostel

Opposite to Wharf, Xingping Town, Yangshuo, Guangxi Zhuang, 541906, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Opposite to Wharf, Xingping Town, Yangshuo.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Yangshuo

Everybody was Kung Fu fighting....

A travel blog entry by jamesnange on Nov 21, 2013

1 comment, 6 photos

... airport by our hostel and taken to Yangshou where we were to spend the next 4 days. Yangshou has amazing scenery, lots of karst limestone peaks everywhere you look, however it is very touristy in the centre of town (West Street). The first day we rented some mountain bikes from the hostel and headed to Moon Hill via Dragon Bridge. Unfortunately we didn't make it to Dragon Bridge but had a nice cycle through fish farms, villages and rice paddies - ...

Cooking lesson !!!!

A travel blog entry by robinstride on Aug 23, 2013

10 photos

... she required. A very relaxing day, pity it is heaving down with rain outside. Evening saw a wet bunch of travellers visit a vegetarian restaurant. With no meat or fish in sight we all ate various fruit and veg nicely presented with carved carrots as decoration. We then transferred back to Lucy's for apple crumble (banana crumble for Tara) and Mark entertained us with his purchase of his waterproof (see ...

Bamboo Rafting and River Walking

A travel blog entry by jarcher106 on Jun 12, 2013

1 photo

We started the day planning to hire bikes and go on the Yulong river, however after much deliberating and discussion in a tourist booking centre we decided to head north to Li River and do it ourselves, rather than on a tour. There was quite a queue for the public bus heading to Yangdi as we were travelling during their three day public holiday (Mon - Wed), but luckily they were running back to back busses so we managed to get on the ...

I Do Love Long Journeys

A travel blog entry by madisonplantier on Feb 17, 2013

So this day marked another incredibly long trek back up North across the Chinese countryside. Tank had been organized and taken me to the bus station the day before to get my ticket to Guilin, so my only job was to simply get to the ticket office at Guilin and get myself on one of the regular buses to Yangshuo.
The bus journey to Guilin started nice and early (8.30am), which meant I had plenty of time to sleep and contemplate ...

Little China

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Nov 04, 2012

... representation. Like Little China, a model town built for outsiders to showcase the ideal Chinese stylized way of life. In the afternoon six of us went on a bamboo boat ride up part of the river. The boat itself was more plastic and metal than bamboo, and the little spluttering engine at the back made it hard to get completely lost in the surroundings. The views of the mountains was decent and we even passed those of the group who decided to ...