Zheng Fu Cao Tang Inn Lijiang Shuxiangmendi
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8/10 Arrived in Lijiang area after 4.5hrs on the bus, again delayed by traffic and bad road conditions.
8/11 After LG's golf, we rode horses on part of the ancient tea-horse trail.
8/12 Took 9:30am express bus toward Shangri-la
We had a memorable trip to Lijiang and Shuhe three years ago and were especially fond of Shuhe …
Lijiang is a maze of cobbled streets, rickety wooden buildings and canals.
Very easy to get lost, which we did, wandering through the lanes and alleys lined with stalls making and selling beautiful handcrafts and knick-knacks.
I love coming to a new place and seeing all the different styles of street foods, here they call them Naxi snacks. One style ...
A short stop in the old town of Lijiang - a UNESCO world cultural heritage site
After our hike through the Tiger Leaping Gorge we headed back south in the Yunnan provence and decided to make a short stop in the old town of Lijiang before going to the city of Kunming for our Vietnam Visa application.
Since 1997 the old town of Lijiang is listed as a UNESCO world cultural heritage site due to its 800 years of history, ...
A spectacular two day hike through one of the world’s deepest gorges
The tiger leaping gorge is a 16 km long gorge and one of the deepest in the world. It measures up to 3.900 meters from the top of snow covered Haba Shan mountain to the Jinsha Jiang River floating down below. For the tourists, two trails and one road have been built through the gorge. The road is for the laziest tourists, who start at one side of the gorge and then hire a car to be driven to ...
Nur 150km nördlich von Dali in den höher werdenden Bergen liegt Lijiang am Fuße des knapp 5600m hohen und Gletscherbedeckten "Jade Dragon Snow Mountain". Die Altstadt von Lijiang ist im Gegensatz zu Dali nicht rechtwinklig angelegt, sondern unglaublich verwinkelt. Die alten geschwungenen Kopfsteinpflastergassen bilden im Zusammenspiel mit unzähligen kleinen von Weidenbäumen gesäumten Flüßchen und Steinbrücken ein regelrechts Labyrinth, mit ...