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Arrived at this very picturesque village just as the celebrations were starting. Young ladies were dancing together, wearing their ethnic Miao dress, with very intricate silver headdresses and jewelry. These ladies performed many different dances, with short breaks in between. There were also performances by...More
A very quaint and attractive village on a hillside near a small river. I loved wandering the narrow paths, admiring the houses, the colorful dress, and all of the corn hanging all over. Makes for some great pictures. They also have a very good cultural...More
We loved our visit to Langde.
Beauti ful authenti c traditional Miao village.
No tourist that day......so far and Apart from xijiang it has been the most interesting.
If you wish to bring back some embroderie bracelet or clothe this is the place to buy...More
I stayed in a Langde village house and the woman cooked three full meals a day-WOW-THE FOOD WAS DELICIOUS and plentiful. The room was $3 and the dinner meal was also $3. She also shred her home brewed beer with us. I walked the mountain...More
The weather was not the best with a small drizzle but it gave it a certain spirit of mystery. Just 3 or 4 other tourists on that day. No shops, no restaurants. You eat in someone's home. People just go about their business in this...More
I was really excited to come all the way down from Shanghai to the Miao area but I found out that chinese modernization will disappear what is left from most of the Miao villages. Nevertheless, Langde is a place which still maintains the old way...More
I had limited time so was only able to visit the Miao villages of Xijiang, Zhouxi, Shiqiao and Langde. I felt Langde was the best by far. The village is set in a forested valley and you can take pleasant short hikes outside rhe village...More
Langde is a small Miao minority village near Leishan, there is no entry fee.
It is a working village with the inhabitants going about their daily chores and unlike other villages in China it does not feel at all like an ethnic minority themepark.
No need to book. just turn up and ask for a ' Nongjiale' homestay. There are several in the village.
busses to Langde from Kaili are one an hour from the main bus station. journey takes about 45mins.
Enjoy your stay.