Noahsark Hotel

No.43 Beihai Road, Tunxi District, Huangshan, Anhui, 245000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Tunxi District area of Huangshan, is near Huang Shan (Yellow Mountain) and Tunxi Ancient Street.
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    Travel Blogs from Huangshan

    The Mountain of One Million Steps

    A travel blog entry by josh_manning on Jun 09, 2014

    ... we got to the top we were met by a small crowd but not unmanageable. The views again were awesome, the whole way up we had been stopping regularly to take photos. We took a rest at the top for a little while and had some lunch.

    We then set off for my hostel, we had assumed that everything would be quite close together but actually the hostel was another 6km of steps, but the views were totally worth it as we walked around. We got to the hostel at around ...

    Episode 7: Climbing Mt. Huangshan

    A travel blog entry by heididownunder on May 16, 2014

    30 photos

    ... but it's definitely not!
    You do need a good conditions and it's not great for the knees either.
    Well the rain stopped after a while and most of the way was covered in thick fog and the high humidity prevented the sweat from evaporating. This means that you sweat like a you-know-what and arrive on top completely drenched!
    And guess what... on top there are many more steps waiting just for you to climb! The summit(s) consist of a network ...

    Huangshan and Back

    A travel blog entry by carlabroad on May 09, 2014

    3 comments, 42 photos

    Sorry for the long delay. This will be a long post as there is a lot to cover. Was too tired on the mountain to post anything. Took the overnight train to Haungshan from Beijing. For some unknown reason I decided to save $10 by opting for a "hard seat" ticket rather than a sleeper ticket with a bed. It ended up being a very uncomfortable but interesting and ultimately worthwhile experience. I was definitely the only foreigner in the hard seat carriage. It was completely packed, including ...

    A Day in The Yellow Mountains

    A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on May 05, 2014

    133 photos

    ... end of Tang dynasty, nearly 1,100 years ago, and is very clean and well preserved. The family that established this village are descendants of the last emperor of the Tang dynasty and migrated to this location when the dynasty was falling apart.The largest building in the village is called Jing'ai Hall, which means Love and Respect Hall, and is over 500 years old. The premise is that the older people should love the children, and the younger ...

    Shanghai to Yellow Mountains

    A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on May 04, 2014

    40 photos

    ... Our hotel just opened two weeks ago, and is an hour from the city in a nicely renovated older building, which survived the Cultural Revolution due to its remote location away from town. It was formerly used as a canola oil factory, and the old oil press is proudly displayed in the dining room area. They have done a great job renovating everything, it is beautifully done.
    As we arrive at our hotel, we are serenaded by the locals, with drums, cymbals ...