Tian Yuan Kui Hostel

Address: No.73 Mingqing Street, Pingyao, Shanxi, 031100, China | Hostel
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsTian Yuan Kui Hostel Pingyao

      Reviewed by jamella

      Great place

      Reviewed Jul 20, 2012
      by (8 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      Lovely little hotel in a great location, friendly and helpful staff, smart rooms and good food. Would stay again!

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

      TripAdvisor Reviews Tian Yuan Kui Hostel Pingyao

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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      Time-warped town

      A travel blog entry by samandtom on Aug 15, 2011

      81 photos

      ... local attractions. We joined our tour group of four Chinese, who after being a little standoffish turned, out to be really kind and incredibly helpful as they took us under their collective wing for the day. Our first stop was the Wang Family Courtyard, home of the Wangs. It’s more like a castle and contains 123 courtyards as well as the usual day to day rooms there are art galleries, shrines and gardens all within the walls. This was good fun to look around, however I ...

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      A travel blog entry by rzyirek on Sep 18, 2010

      70 photos

      ... 3000 lb bag and all at 6am. I had made a hostel reservation and a tuk tuk was waiting for me. When I got to the place, the manager tried charging me 120 yuan (about $20 for the room). My reservation said 60 yuan or $10. I looked up the confirmation online and he was NOT PLEASED that I had made a reservation.I was brought to the room Cinderellie would have stayed in and he argued with me about the AC clicker saying it cooled off at night blah blah. His ...

      Two Hundred Miles and a Foot Massage.

      A travel blog entry by rachelkw on Apr 10, 2010

      8 photos

      The bus left Wutai Shan after seven in the morning and subjected us to five hours of back to back martial arts movies on the overhead screen. These involved lots of yelling and punching people. One involved a homicidal, somewhat camp zombie. I spent the majority of the journey desperate for the loo. The only other highlight was getting my foot caught whilst trying to get past someone and going headlong down the aisle. ...

      Old Town Pingyao

      A travel blog entry by fiseb on Aug 08, 2008

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      ... a kid was incredibly good at kung fu due to the amount of video games he played. We were suddenly thankful we had decided to fly to many places in China. After finally arriving, we had a bit of trouble checking into the hotel due to some "Chinglish" issues when our reservation was made. After a bit of frustration, and wheeling and dealing with a nasty Chinese attendant behind the computer, we finally managed ...