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Don't get me wrong--this is a quaint, lovely little place to explore with friends, family or loved ones--but it's not really authentic. At least anymore.
After a 6.5 hour trek from our hotel in Guilin, we arrived in what looked like a movie set--shiny and...More
We stayed 2 days, made a hike arround 7 km arround the village , it was great
A nice restaurant to visit:
Yue coffee inn a very small restaurant with careful cooking food
The food is good and the menu in English
We loved Zhaoxing for its unique, Dong architecture, which greets you in the Congjiang railway station, as soon as you're off the train, the typical drum towers and bridges, the wooden houses built next to each other and on both sides of the river, the...More
Zhaoxing is a lovely village. Despite the tour buses and souvenir shops, it retains its charm and has several lovely examples of Dong architecture (wooden, no nails) - drum towers and wind & rain bridges. A long single street and parallel stream are both lined...More
A wonderful place with many wonderful people.
So amazing to see in early morning the farmers to sell the fresh typical products they carry with the pole-sticks in two baskets from far away. Many households still do the own indigo dying. You else can hike...More
This is a really charming village occupied by mainly the Dong minority people. The village is mostly original and the people are lovely. Go before it becomes a tourist trap and over-run. Above the village is a wonderful view of the valley with superb terracing;...More
It's only 6km from the high-speed rail station of Congjiang. The admission fee is RMB100, which I think is too expensive because there's not much thing to see, walking across the village only takes about 15 minutes, totally, 2 hours is enough for the whole...More
ZhaoXingDong village is big beautiful and developed. I was welcomed with fireworks and a performance, which i very much enjoyed. Even had dinner with the locals who love to sing while drinking. Would like to stay longer but have to stick to my travel plan.
First of all, this town has changed a lot in the past 2 years, so any information from before then should be disregarded. The Chinese govt. got a large loan from the world bank to rebuild and expand the town for tourism -- there is...More