Climbers Inn

Address: No.66 Guihua Road, Yangshuo, Guangxi Zhuang, 541900, China | Hostel
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This hostel, located on No.66 Guihua Road, Yangshuo, is near West Street (Xi Jie), Moon Hill, Lijang River, and Li River.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsClimbers Inn Yangshuo

    Reviewed by itchy.feet

    A great intro to Yangshuo

    Reviewed Mar 31, 2012
    by (2 reviews) Kuranda , Australia Flag of Australia

    Lily is a wonderful host and a great source of local information. She is also a good climbing partner and lots of fun!

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews Climbers Inn Yangshuo

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Yangshuo

    Orientation with Bob

    A travel blog entry by kirby1306 on Aug 23, 2014

    ... doesn't satisfy anybody).

    We went to a place called Lou's bakery which was only about a two minute walk from the hostel. I think I may have found the closest thing to a Patisserie, I was so excited. I ended up with what looked like a Danish type pastry with raisins in - It wasn't exactly a pastry though because it was more of a break like texture and taste but it was sweet, had a kind of sugary icing on top with some raisins so it was good enough for me!


    Escape into the Mountains

    A travel blog entry by kirstinlockhart on Apr 22, 2014

    3 photos

    ... that comes with fresh mountain air and beauty! However, the feeling that I am no long in Macao/Hong Kong also sets in. It amazes me how different Mainland China can be compared to it's two sisters in the south- number one being that there is zero English anywhere! I closed my eyes and wished my Mandarin vocabulary to find its way back to the useful parts of my brain....and then I dozed off. On arrival at my little Tea Cozy Inn, I was greeted ...


    A travel blog entry by borthscouse on Mar 19, 2014

    6 photos

    ... were the numerous games we enjoyed - the highly addictive 'Jenga', the childish-yet-still-fun-at-this-age 'I Have Never', and the totally bonkers (but utterly hilarious) 'Would You Rather?'.
    Before long it was time for Beky to leave, which unfortunately meant she would miss Wils' arrival. When he did turn up, we indulged in an almighty twenty four hours of solid drinking, ...

    Cooking Class

    A travel blog entry by robrae on Sep 30, 2013

    6 photos

    ... is the beginning of the national holiday that lasts for a week. This area is very popular for Chinese tourists. A fashion statement my males in the heat is to roll up their T shirts to create a bra top and happy Buddha look with stomach sticking out. Yuk!

    Next stop was the Big Banyan Tree which is 17 metres high and 7 metres in diameter. With twisted roots and gnarled branches, the tree is 1,400 years old.

    The more athletically inclined then moved on to ...

    China - Yangshuo

    A travel blog entry by kcullivan on Jun 28, 2013

    32 photos

    ... dressed animal hanging and realized it was a dog based on its paws. Double ughhh. Even though I was repulsed and saddened, I couldn't help but think why should there be a difference between eating cat soup and eating a hamburger? Both animals were killed. Does one have more feelings than another? I don't know... After that experience I had an even more difficult time eating meat unless it was the only option or if it would have been socially awkward. Somehow fish is/was ok for ...