Cuihu Hotel

No.29 Huannanhou Street, Taishan, Guangdong, 529200, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.29 Huannanhou Street, Taishan.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Cuihu Hotel Taishan

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Taishan

Kaiping Diaolou

A travel blog entry by starlagurl on May 17, 2014

2 comments, 35 photos

... that this place doesn't get many tourists, they said 600,000 per year. Some of the destinations I have been to will get that many in a week, so by China standards, this is pretty poor. I found the infrastructure here to be lacking, and I would be able to tell them how to improve it. But they're not asking me, and probably don't have the money to do improve the public's access to the attractions anyway.

For me though, I didn't mind. ...

Italian Style Town Tianjin

A travel blog entry by caroline63 on Apr 24, 2014

21 photos

... Italian Style Town. It was a lovely warm evening and we sat out in a German bar chatting and drinking beer! Bruce and Bill left about 8pm and Will and I went to La Venezia, an Italian restaurant. We had gorgeous bruschetta and a fabulous pizza. Another lovely ...

UNESCO - Kaiping Diaolou

A travel blog entry by beoms on Jan 11, 2014

42 photos

I thought that by visiting Unesco sites I would stay on the beaten track. Well, no! I am so glad to get help from Echo (the girl I met in Xiamen) to book the hotel, and also write down the direction for me. I would have never managed without her! My hostel was in Chikan, about 30min bus from Kaiping. I arrived there after nightfall and the bus dropped me at a cross road, near a bridge. The town was really dark, only few lamp post and I had to ask for direction. Thanks ...

Saturday Sight-seeing

A travel blog entry by samanthaacu on Oct 19, 2013

7 photos

... serene site with the remains of many rich Chinese houses built in the early 1900s. We could go inside a few and climb 3 or 4 floors to the roof terraces where the views were stunning. The original owners earned their fortunes from working in America but as they were unable to buy property over there, they brought their riches home to China and built themselves fancy homes with many storeys, along with gun holes in the upper floors, to protect themselves from the ...

All Along the Watchtower(s)

A travel blog entry by allilaoshi on May 26, 2013

308 photos

... the owners have no incentive to sell even though they are essentially rotting away. During the last two decades, a lot of families have come back to visit their ancestral homes, but did not move back.

Li Yuan (Orchid Garden) had well preserved Diaolous and one of the more wildly beautiful gardens we have seen while here. Most Chinese gardens are very manicured, but this one was allowed to get a little overgrown and it was ...