Oak Garden Hotel

Address: No.153 Zhongyi Lane, Guangyi Street, Lijiang, Yunnan, 674100, China | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on No.153 Zhongyi Lane, Guangyi Street, Lijiang, is near Black Dragon Pond Park, Baisha Village, and Museum of Nàxi Dongba Culture.
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    Travel Blogs from Lijiang

    Welllllcoooooome toooooo Chinaaaaaaaa

    A travel blog entry by mooretravelling on Mar 11, 2015

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... of Chinese tourists a day, snapping pictures and wanting to experience their slice of beautiful, non-developed China resulting in the centre feeling more like a novelty tourist attraction than an authentic piece of Chinese culture. At the main entrance you are even greeted with the tell-tale McDonalds 'M' attempting to fit with its surroundings. Needless to say, it doesn't quite get away with it!

    Head out of the ...

    Beautiful Lijiang

    A travel blog entry by chenli on Mar 02, 2015

    36 photos

    ... of the hotel were very friendly and helpful. The young couple had been successful TV personalities in Sichuan province, but they gave it all up to move to Shangri-La and open a hotel. Their parents thought they were crazy, but followed them to Shangri-La to help with the hotel. The wife's father became our local tour guide, driving us to visit a hot spring pool and a famous Tibetan silver knife factory. Many of the shops and restaurants around town were closed ...

    Tiger Leaping Gorgeousness

    A travel blog entry by nikhil.sharma on Nov 22, 2014

    9 photos

    ... exploring the narrow winding streets of Lijiang’s old town and then eating with Tom and the other guests in the evenings. On our third day we got a bus to ‘Tiger Leaping Gorge’ for a hike that we’d been looking forward to since leaving England.


    A famous part of this trek is the ’28 bends’, an exhausting steep climb. We heard it was near the start of the trek and so after a couple of hours of exhausting climbing at altitude ...

    Life in Rural (Bai) Yunnan

    A travel blog entry by xiaobee on Apr 15, 2013

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... whole class to sing "Head Shoulders Knees and Toes."

    After that class, Aling and I practiced "Head Shoulders Knees and Toes" a minimum of 10 times every day. She was my favorite person in the village, maybe on one hand because she was one of the only people who had a language in common with me (standard Mandarin), but I think it also helped that I didn't see her as a six year old. As a farm girl with half of her family missing from her life, she had to grow ...

    Xiaosan the Coward

    A travel blog entry by jbingham on Feb 08, 2013

    22 photos

    As stated earlier, we had to head to bed early to wake up for Day 3's tour, which included a phone call with someone Rachel hardly understood. Her dialect wasn't exactly comprehensible at times (I hardly understood it), and in fact, we weren't sure for a while if our driver was female or male. She was female, ultimately. Besides the point, but I'm just rerunning the confusion in my mind while typing this.

    Anyways, we got picked up fairly early (I think ...