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

    Travel Blogs from Pingyao

    Living ancient China in Pingyao

    A travel blog entry by rtwin9weeks on Mar 13, 2012

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... 20 minutes to walk from one wall to another we didn't want the ancient world to pass us by too quickly.

    We spent the next day discovering all the corners of the city, from above and below. Exploring temples, prisons, martial arts houses and China's first bank. Along the way we saw various instruments of torture - including the uncomfortable ride of a donkey with metal spikes on its back, wushu swords and an accountant's abacus. As the sun went down, ...

    Going underground & inspiration for Kung Fu Panda

    A travel blog entry by alexgrange on Jun 18, 2011

    3 photos

    ... Zhangbi Underground Castle. The tour starts outside the still occupied small village of Zhangbi in one of the temples there. Moving on into the town through the north gate in the rammed earth town wall, we came to more temples, one of which had an entrance into the tunnels below, but the Japanese invasion force filled in ...


    A travel blog entry by galumphing on Sep 02, 2010

    ... look. Inside were a few men dressed like Taoist monks, who badgered me into some sort of ritual involving incense and much ringing of bells, after which they wanted money. I refused, and left that museum/shrine in ...

    Confucius Say, "Nice Wall"

    A travel blog entry by roosterandrat on Nov 19, 2009

    51 photos

    ... some Tiger Leaping Something movie. Where else can you play with weapons one day and then the next climb an ancient city wall that was actually still functional in protecting the city? I can't take credit for this find of a town though. A fellow traveler named Alistair whom I met this past February while traveling in Burma contacted me on Facebook and told me to check it out... so I did and was sooo happy we did. Thanks ...