Asian Star Hotel (Ya Xin)

Address: South of Gucheng Gate, Dali, Yunnan, 671003, China | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Dali area of Dali, is near Dali University.
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      Travel Blogs from Dali

      Around the lake

      A travel blog entry by kreynolds89 on Oct 30, 2014

      1 comment, 23 photos

      ... wandered around. However, this time we were followed the whole way by two ladies who were absolutely determined to get us to go and visit their house to see the tie-dying. They got a little irritating after a whole, despite my best efforts to ignore them. We were driven the rest of the way around the lake, stopping off at different places as we went. It was all a bit touristy but quite nice. A nice gentle ...

      The Long March South Begins ....

      A travel blog entry by thepattos on Aug 19, 2010

      2 comments, 79 photos

      ... mastered the art of pitching the tent right next to the truck but not pegging it down, and then when dinner is finished and packed away we move our tent under the big tarp since it is both the flattest spot of a campsite and the driest! The only downside to this is making sure we are up before the cookgroup want to set up breakfast, and on drive days this is usually about 5am!

      Having so many drive days also means we go days in a row without ...

      Ambles and Rambles around Dali

      A travel blog entry by ralfthebear on Jan 22, 2010

      22 photos

      Dali - 2nd cousin to Lijiang and a good thing too. Once so popular on the backpacking trail it is now almost forgotton and becuase of that it is a relaxing place to warm up and chill out after the excesses of Lijiang. We arrived by train which was an eyeopener to the engineering infracture that China is currently undergoing. Our train was old but the track was ...

      The Cangshan Challenge

      A travel blog entry by lbraun on May 07, 2009

      23 photos

      ... t raining or sunny. I mockingly took part in their unnecessarily long, chaotic photography sessions which had no intention of capturing beautiful scenery but every intention in taking 50 pictures of their friends holding up the ubiquitous "peace" sign.

      Towards the end of the walkway, I noticed a sign that pointed upwards towards the "Grand Canyon." Usually, it only takes a couple words to spark my curiosity and this was no exception. The sign was extremely vague ...

      Dali, China

      A travel blog entry by mattislost on Apr 13, 2008

      3 comments

      ... in their room until mine was ready. For $7 I got three seperate rooms - all decent sizes - a bathroom, a bedroom with double bed and a living room with a leather sofa and a tv. Amazing! After a clean I met Koen to explore the town more. Apparently you could walk along the entire town walls so we headed to the south gate. The first stop was a mediocre temple on top of the gate that we didn't even bother to go in. We then started our trek. The idea of walking and getting ...