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!

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TripAdvisor Reviews Tian Yuan Kui Hostel Pingyao

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Travel Blogs from Pingyao

Going underground & inspiration for Kung Fu Panda

A travel blog entry by alexgrange on Jun 18, 2011

3 photos

... guy struggling to pedal me and my two bags through the deserted streets.
I went to bed as soon as I checked in, had a couple of hours sleep, before getting up in time to go on a tour organised by the guest house.

First we went to the Wang Family Courtyard. Which sounds quite quaint, but in fact it's more of ...

Pingyao

A travel blog entry by galumphing on Sep 02, 2010

... Wealth), but I thought it was quite interesting, and found its colorful tile rooftops very attractive.

Another of Pingyao's Taoist Temples -- the Erlang Temple -- also had a shrine to the Lord of Hell, but it ...

Confucius Say, "Nice Wall"

A travel blog entry by roosterandrat on Nov 19, 2009

51 photos

... and walk around it, looking for entry. This where the obvious became, well, obvious: the wall was meant to keep people OUT. Ha! Couldn't help but giggle. Ancient marauders probably didn't giggle, though. They were more concerned with death.

Eventually, we gain entry through the South Gate (again, no ticket takers), and our self-guided wall tour began.

On our way back to the hostel, we note a traffic jam. ...

Walking Within The Ancient Walls of Pingyao

A travel blog entry by eddakath on Jul 14, 2008

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Hey Hey and a Big G'Day toya Not being one to allow a bit of rain to ruin my day I happily pulled the sheet over my head and fell back to sleep until around 11:30am. I met Mr French down stairs spending some quality rain time on the internet and after I had finished my huge breakfast of two omelettes, a coffee and two slices of French toast with jam we decided that we were powerful enough ...