Fenghuang Hotel

No.15 Jiuyi North Road, Xinluo District, Longyan, Fujian, 364000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.15 Jiuyi North Road, Xinluo District, Longyan.
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Travel Blogs from Longyan

MEMORABLE MOMENTS

A travel blog entry by spencerwynn on Aug 12, 2014

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... am used to being looked at differently when I come to China. I rarely notice it any more. But at times on this trip, it became a bit overwhelming. One such place was Xilin Hot in Inner Mongolia! I could not go more than 5 feet without another group of giggling locals shyly coming up and wanting me in a photo with them! I have had parents push shy kids towards me to practice a ...

LEAVING XIAMEN

A travel blog entry by spencerwynn on Aug 12, 2014

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... forget or have no luck finding one of several electric passenger golf carts to take you there.

The tide was out when I arrived, so a steep climb down barnacled stone steps took me along the shoreline of fishing boats where people live, fish and trade from their vessels. It is very much a marine atmosphere here that takes you back to a slow and different time.

The reality check however is a glance back to the mainland ...

Who Said Houses Had To Be Round Anyway?

A travel blog entry by jameshardy88 on Aug 21, 2012

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Historic Yongding County is exactly the sort of thing I wanted to see in China; rural, cultural and with a bit of a novelty factor. The rolling hills and farmlands in the Fuijian back-country make a stunning backdrop for some of Chinas most unusual architecture. In order to keep themselves safe from bandits and wild animals the Hakka people of this region built tulou (Roundhouses). Huge packed earth structures that more resemble giant fortresses or castles than homes. They employ ...

Living like a Hakka

A travel blog entry by justln on Jul 23, 2012

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... dirty and for some reason or another, I discovered (not in a good way), you must bring your own tissue paper to the bathroom. Surprise, Justin!

The Tulou's were beautiful even if it was raining. It almost even added to the effect of the old culture. Some tulous have been remodeled and been made into hotels to include electricity. Others remain tattered and on their last breath.

The pictures will tell all. Take a ...

Hakka Tulou's

A travel blog entry by nickclarke89 on Jun 01, 2012

Went for a day trip to Yongding County some 3 hours drive west of Xiamen. This area is home to hundreds and hundreds of round and square mud houses, ranging in time from the 1300's all the way to the 1940's. In some cases up to 100 familys can live in one building which is split into different levels, the ground for cooking, ...