Butterfly Spring Hotel

Address: Zhou Cheng Village, Xi Zhou Town, Dali, Yunnan, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Zhou Cheng Village, Xi Zhou Town, Dali.
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        A travel blog entry by lisa_and_paul on Sep 03, 2015

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        ... couldn't figure out the connection between Dali and alpacas, unless they were a cheaper and more docile stand-in for yaks.

        Try as we might, it proved virtually impossible to stray from the main tourist thoroughfare. There were little side streets, some of them with interesting little shops and local restaurants, but to get anywhere in town you are always funnelled back into the main streets.

        Dali was traditionally on the road to Tibet, although ...

        Some very local hospitality

        A travel blog entry by thermalsailors on Sep 26, 2013

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        ... persons memorial as well as any other important event such as wedding preparations. We ate very well and the male head of the family came in from working. And the elderly ladies of the house bought the baby in strapped to their backs. Through Lily we were told the tale of the Bai, Please forgive me if I got some details wrong but the story I got is as follows. The Bai were happily doing their own thing when the Emperor Tang decided it ...

        Relaxing in Dali, Yunnan Provence, China

        A travel blog entry by steffen102 on Nov 21, 2012

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        ... destinations in Southwest China, not only for the international tourists, but also for the Chinese. So again we had to live with hordes of chinese tourist groups, invading the streets with a microphone&speaker equipped guide. After about a week in Dali, we still haven't figured out why one would need a guide to explore this city, but maybe Chinese tourists just don't want to be walking around town all by themselves and in ("perfect") silence ;-).


        Mountains and Kung Fu

        A travel blog entry by ballsabroad on Jun 19, 2012

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        ... out that evening with a DVD at the hostel.

        Although i was aching from Kung Fu i really wanted to hike along the mountain path, so i set out the next morning. After taking a wrong turn and ending up at an army base i found the right path. It was a long but beautiful hike along the mouintain side, through valleys and gorges. After 4 hours i got to the cable car and got that back down and a bus back to my ...

        Bye-Bye Yunnan - dallying in Dali

        A travel blog entry by jeanetteandpat on Oct 05, 2011

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        ... most part by family groups. Like the more rural areas, everything is still done by hand, and it is amazing seeing the people working so hard. Dali is home to the Bai minority population, and they are famous for their white clothes and white buildings - the whole city is white!
        After our long drive we were eager to get out in the fresh air, and what better way than a boat ride on Erhai Lake. This lake is very big and a popular fishing spot. ...