Jin Peng Hotel

Address: 53 Jianshe Road, Xiaguan, Dali, Yunnan, 671000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 53 Jianshe Road, Xiaguan, Dali, is near Dali Gucheng - the Old City, Erhai Lake, The Three Pagodas, and Chongsheng Three Pagodas.
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        Travel Blogs from Dali

        Cai Cun

        A travel blog entry by lisa_and_paul on Aug 31, 2015

        2 photos

        ... smiled at her and she responded by offering us some of her food.

        The people here are very friendly. We met a 75 year old man from Beijing who had moved to the area to work as a volunteer English teacher. We shared a table with him at a dumpling shop where we had some delicious steamed buns and some dumplings that were given a unique twist by frying them with an egg in a dumpling omelette.

        Cai Cun was a great place to spend a couple of days, even with the ...

        Old dali town,

        A travel blog entry by thermalsailors on Sep 20, 2013

        1 comment, 1 photo

        ... and fiercly proud of their unique heritage. A matriarchial society which has largely been left alone to be who they are. Dali area is the cross roads of the silk road so the people here have been influenced over the centuries by traders from all over the globe.

        The bai have a very different atitude to relationships. Unlike the rest of china, tradtion here dictates, no arranged marriages. The couples meet and fall in love, then the families ...

        Follywood & Just Plain Folly: The Dali Story

        A travel blog entry by jameshardy88 on Oct 13, 2012

        80 photos

        ... collapses for the film were actually not too far from the truth. Fortunately though a proper walkway had been constructed near the top (The height that the cable-car takes you too) making the rest of the trip a lot more leisurely.

        For our lunch break we climbed along the side of this waterfall that ran down a small gorge. Overgrown and slippery it became apparent pretty quickly that we shouldn't really be there. We pretty much had ...

        Trip to Weishan

        A travel blog entry by philjackson on Jun 04, 2012

        6 comments, 4 photos

        ... angles. Our driver took us to a little restaurant for lunch. We had six dishes all for a cost of $4 each. On the way back we went to the local market. This is poor area and the market was frenetic. We were quite a curiosity to the locals who obviously hadn't seen very many white faces before. There were horses and carts parked up all over the place and one street was completely taken up with people crouched on little stools and being served ...

        Smelly Dogs and Bad Monkeys

        A travel blog entry by tale-of-three on Oct 07, 2011

        7 photos

        ... Chinese guy who's a daemon with pastry. At the other end of the spectrum there's Bad Monkey, run by a Brit who possesses a micro-brewery and plays refreshingly decent music. I thought it wise to stock up on the first proper bitter I'd had in a month.

        Unfortunately the weather was a bit mediocre during my stay which put me off exploring the surrounding mountains or cycling around the lake which would probably make the place worth more than a day or two's ...