Dianjunwang Hotel

Address: No.222 Minzhu Road, Old Town, Lijiang, Yunnan, 674100, China | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located in the Gucheng District area of Lijiang, is near Black Dragon Pond Park, Baisha Village, and Museum of Nàxi Dongba Culture.
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          Travel Blogs from Lijiang

          Tiger Leaping Gorge & Yangtze River

          A travel blog entry by ian.gardiner on Oct 23, 2015

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          ... Part way through the young lady narrator introduces all the men over the age of 80 individually. We all clap. We are onto the last performance of the evening (we look at each other relived that it is nearly over), the Grand Master is introduced. He is famous in Lijiang and in China for his talents. Onto the stage steps a guy wearing a bright yellow track suit jacket and a pair of jeans! He is 86 years old and explains in perfect English his life story ...

          Yuhu & Baishi Villages and Jade Dragon Snow Mntn

          A travel blog entry by ian.gardiner on Oct 22, 2015

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          ... has become a regular occurrence. Our guide is amused, and takes photos of us having our photos taken. Back to hotel, we treat ourselves to a massage. First we have our feet cleansed in a foot bath of warm milky water, scrubbed with salt. This causes two problems. Firstly, Ian inadvertently steps on the plug as he steps in and the the water starts draining away. Then he notices the plaster that covered his blister is now floating among the rose petals. ...

          Xi'an to Lijiang

          A travel blog entry by ian.gardiner on Oct 21, 2015

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          ... that acts as the backdrop for so much of the city. Traditional music plays in the background as we take a short walk round. There are bridges over streams, little Chinese buildings dotted around, and a big lake containing many Koi fish which reflects the beautiful mountainside. It's a postcard of the China that we'd imagined and almost makes us forget our early start. But not quite. Ian is desperate for coffee, and thankfully this place has a tea/coffee pavilion ...


          A travel blog entry by lisa_and_paul on Sep 14, 2015

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          ... traditional music on traditional instruments (although the music itself wasn't Naxi, but Han Chinese). The orchestra had 20 members, six of them over 80. It was an excellent concert, with some ensemble pieces and some solos, a mixture of court music composed by emperors over 100 years ago, some devotional Taoist music, and some folk.

          Towards the end the orchestra's leader came on stage and spoke. He is now 86 years old (although he doesn't look it). In his youth ...

          Of Bongos and Ukuleles

          A travel blog entry by turas on Oct 27, 2014

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          ... house. This epidemic of highly specialised merchants universally consist of a shop trumpeting out some bland instrumental loop, to which a young female employee, face gripped in the throes of chronic ennui, is pounding out a rhythm on a djembe. There is an extremely broad spectrum of both playing proficiency and commitment to the task at hand. Behind them, the shop racks are full of bongos (admittedly I'm including congas and djembes in a loose definition) ...