Grand Dragon Hotel (Teng Long Kai Yue)

No.8 Ningbo East Road, Kaili, Guizhou, 556000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Downtown area of Kaili, is near Sunday Market.
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    Travel Blogs from Kaili

    More Learning about China's Ethnic Minorities

    A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Sep 19, 2014

    31 photos

    Today began with a visit to the Kaili Ethnic Minority museum. Just like my motion sensor end bathroom at the hotel, the lights in the museum were motion sensored. What a great way to preserve electricity and the exhibits. The museum displayed the costumes and information about the different ethnic minority people living in Guizhou province. It was interesting to learn about the various crafts the people make locally including all the amazing embroidery work. From here we drove ...

    Miao Villages

    A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Sep 18, 2014

    43 photos

    This morning I met my local guide and driver and we drove from Guiyang past Kaili, where we will spend the night, to some Miao villages. The drive took about 3.5 hours. The Miao people are an ethnic group living in the area that have houses quite different from other places I have been, including the Miao village near Fenghuang. All three villages' people that I met today are known as middle skirt Miao. Upon arriving at Qinman Miao ...

    How's the serenity - Another day in Xijiang

    A travel blog entry by crusty on Feb 02, 2013

    23 photos

    ... set me up with one of the girls there. Beer after beer after toast after toast kept flowing and before I knew it the slab they had bought over the bar had been consumed.

    So much for quiet beer eh?

    So I slept in a bit late and then made my way for some noodles, and another walk through the village where upon my return, who should be spot me while waiting for lunch; none other than my new Sichuanese mates. More beer and some ...

    Xijiang Miao Village

    A travel blog entry by crusty on Feb 01, 2013

    10 photos

    ... from a fellow passenger on the bus, enquired about Xijiang. Turns out there are frequent buses and it’s only an hour or so trip (and only 13 yuan for a ticket!!) So on the spot, I made a decision (yeah that’s right, I’ve managed to do physical exercise AND make a spot decision in the matter of a week or so…yeah, I’ve changed man)

    Once the bus to Xijiang took off, I had a few pangs of regret. Outside of Kaili ...

    Mulberry paper

    A travel blog entry by kbod2004 on Apr 21, 2012

    ... its a miao village. back to hotel for dinner.

    tommorrow pack up and move to another town with visits to many more miao villages and study of their culture--actually saw a bunch of miao women all dressed up in traditional garb walking along the side ofthe road to a weedding on the way to todays village.
    the scenery is absolutely spectacular. mountain terraced rice paddies interspersed with paddies ...