Jin Fenghuang Hotel

No.48 Wuling East Road, Jishou, Hunan, China | Hotel
 

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Impact of Tourism - Miao King City

A travel blog entry by lisakresky

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... seemed like it was set-up as a tourist attraction, despite people still living and working there. Although I am sure that all the tourism helps the economy and everyone seems to be proud to show off their culture, it does not seem completely authentic. You pay an entry fee to visit the village. Then when you enter, there are these little kids that sing a song with their arms across and not wanting you to pass unless you give them money. I guess this could be viewed as ...

Fenghuang

A travel blog entry by lisakresky

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... to have some karaoke going on. These girls in the pub helped us find some English songs and we sang two. I was even given a rose by someone the audience for my effort. After we sang, there was a singer and then some dancing. Overall it was very entertaining if nothing else. On our walk back to the hotel, we were surrounded by lights from the buildings reflecting off the river; a very picturesque ...

Recent adventures in China #1: Fenghuang

A travel blog entry by spinningduck

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... that we didn’t question it. Upon encountering the tourist tat Nicola and I became quite excited and dragged poor Shelly round the little shops and stalls with us (a pattern that was to be repeated most of the weekend...) and took photos with ...

Fenghuang ancient city and Furong town

A travel blog entry by jamz80

Based on the itinerary provided, the first sightsee place was Feng Huang Ancient City (凤凰古镇). Well, I did a bit research on this place. Not so bad from the images searched via google. I love this place as the houses are built along the river which contributed to the beautiful scenary here. The Miao ethnic minority are settled ...

FengHuangalluf

A travel blog entry by benandmartin

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Feng huang 1st - 3rd February by Martin Fenghuang is an ancient town about 6 hours south of Zhanjiajie. It's a lovely setting , the gentle river winds its way through tall mountains eventually reaching the town where it is surrounded by ancient buildings and traversed by old bridges (plus several sets of treacherous stepping stones!) If you look past all the coffee shops and tacky souvenir shops (Ben almost bought himself ...

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This hotel is located on No.48 Wuling East Road, Jishou.
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