Yin Hai Villa

Taihuai Zhen, Wutaishan, Shanxi, 035515, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Wutaishan

Is it cause I is white?

A travel blog entry by jonnyanddonna


... a day? I hope not.

I'll finish off on a positive. We've been in China for a month now and we're really enjoying our time here, so much so that we'll be spending another month here post North Korea. The vast majority of Chinese people are either extremely pleasant towards us or don't pay us the slightest bit of interest, the latter is what I would expect, we're neither interesting nor unusual.


In the Mountains, Part I

A travel blog entry by christinakrawec


... knew the name of it), a couple of us (not including me) got out and gathered a group of men from the town around just to figure out where we should go. There was a lot of pointing in different directions and irritation on the part of our bus driver, who insisted that the roads were too narrow for the bus.

The last time we stopped for directions, the bus driver started smoking inside the bus (for the third time, I might add), and I wasn't going ...

Chinese mountains in Wutai Shan

A travel blog entry by markusbgraf


From Datong we drove to the hanging Monastery (60m above ground!). For chinese tourists we are more attractive to take pictures of than the breath taking scenery ;) In Wutai Shan many Buddhists from different origines (chinese, tibetan etc.) have their temples and do their practice, because for them this is a very special place.


BBQ-ing in the Ground

A travel blog entry by fancy5


Went with Jason to Taishan for the weekend. Well more like we left Saturday evening, had dinner with his friends, and then woke up to spend the day in the countryside (And yes, I spent the night at a hotel while he stayed at his family's home). When my cousin tells me we are going to the countryside where my family lives, what he means is we are going to a remote spot where they have rice fields and vegetable gardens, but they still have toilets, ...

What do they pray for?

A travel blog entry by sachago


Wutai Shan is one of the most important places of pilgrimage for buddhist Chinese. They come to this mountain and its 50 or so temples to pray, sing and make offerings. Thousands of people show up here everyday to burn some incense sticks and pray successively in front of each buddha (and there are a lot!). Some would bend quickly and move on. Others would be kneeling, still, for several ...


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