Xiuyuan Hotel

No.31 Lvyu Road, Dali Town, Dali, Yunnan, 671000, China | Hotel

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A travel blog entry by halliday


Our 10.30 am flight to Dali on an Airbus 320 was uneventful although a little bumpy which is always unnerving. Our new guide, Clare, a young Chinese girl of Bai ethnicity, was waiting for us and we drove off into town in a smart new Peugot sedan. In the distance was a curtain of grey fog which we are sure is smog but the air smells clean and nobody seems to comment.

Dali is a small provincial city. The population is only (!) 3 000 000, elevation 2400m, and it ...

An Ancient city, touists and meetings

A travel blog entry by birrell


... is now nowhere
near the standard it was some years back.

Now we are on the train to Kunming, Heather has stayed on two more
days in Dali. We may meet up at the next destination, or maybe at
the plane when we leave China. Our travel styles do not fit like a
jigsaw, but that's not a major problem. The train station is in New
Dali, a very modern city with tremendous construction going on. Our
taxi ...

Yunnan and Me

A travel blog entry by finbarrorourke


... recharge the batteries. I've spent my time wandering around the Old Twon and checking out a nearby Pagoda. On day 2, I rented a moped and headed to the lake and for a tour around the local villages. Hitching, bikes and now mopeds, where will it end? Next stop monster truck!

Tomorrow I plan on heading to a monastary to learn Kung Fu for a week and tune up my lethal capabilities. Here's hoping the monks take it easy on me! (for their sake)


Bye-Bye Yunnan - dallying in Dali

A travel blog entry by jeanetteandpat


... a rowboat being rowed by a fairly old Bai woman, who was very happy. We rowed out to a cormorant boat - the cormorants are used for catching fish, with their necks constrained so they cannot swallow them. They catch huge fish, and for a reward they get a smaller one to swallow. Of course these cormorants, like much of Yunnan these days, work for the tourist industry! It was not as stomach-turning as it sounds, and as far as touristy gimmicks, ...

I don’t think we’re in Kansas anymore

A travel blog entry by tomandhayley


... when we managed to say "The food was delicious" in Mandarin the guy’s eyes defiantly glazed over. It was a great night but we were both still feeling really run-down from our colds so we headed back to our room for an early night.

The following day we woke up and felt like death; Tom was extremely congested and sniffly, however my cold had gone down onto my chest and every time I coughed I could feel my chest rattling. I felt so ill and it took us quite ...


This hotel, located on No.31 Lvyu Road, Dali Town, Dali, is near Dali University.
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