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Bing Lang Gu

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Bing Lang Gu

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One Day Private Tour of Wuzhizhou Islet and Nantian Hot Spring
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One Day Private Tour of Wuzhizhou Islet and Nantian Hot Spring

Skip the hassles of Sanya’s Chinese language bus system and treat yourself to the luxury of a private guide and driver direct from your door. Spend the morning exploring Wuzhizhou Coral Island, a rain forest paradise with soft sand beaches. After a local lunch, discover the joys of Nantian Hot Springs, with over 20 different pools to choose from and options from fish pedicures to tea.
$264.00 per adult
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James K wrote a review Jan 2020
Chongqing, China34 contributions5 helpful votes
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My wife and I came here and we really enjoyed it. We spent a large portion of the day and did not get to see everything we wanted to see. We only went on two of the levels and that was enough. This is a nice place to visit for anyone interested in History. The whole place is like an outdoor museum with some indoor museums, too. The food is outragously priced here. Be prepared to pay for eating here or bring your own. Also, nearly everywhere you go someone is trying to sell something like most Chinese tourist spots. While it is not overwhelming, it is a little annoying. But I tolerate this because they are working hard to make a living. I would go again sometime to see the rest of the display.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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hkfornow wrote a review Jan 2020
HK204 contributions86 helpful votes
We were assigned a local tour guide who was very patient and friendly explaining their culture and the costumes to us. . . the weaving done by the older generation is quite stunning, using only their imagination and their skills to weave different items, some bigger pieces could take up to 6 months to weave. They tried to make the experience fun for everyone by having an hourly dance, so it was fun to try to learn the steps. It was an enjoyable experience.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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TravelingCat22 wrote a review Feb 2019
Tucson, Arizona2,336 contributions852 helpful votes
A very nice park to learn more about the Li culture (and a little bit about the Miao). I regretted that pricing was explained in Korean and Russian but not English, not customer friendly! Package 2 gets you entrance, show, and little carts (220 RMB, about $33). Besides this, we were lucky to find an English speaking guide ($22). You don't have to take one but we needed to avoid wasting time. The tiny Li museums are very informative. The weaving grandmothers were very skilled and cute. The show is about an hour and grandiose. Light information is provided in English there about each dance.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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fozbob wrote a review Oct 2018
Shanghai, China112 contributions20 helpful votes
Was not expecting much from this trip to Bing Lang Gu but ended up having a private tour by accident and loved it. Went with some family members and had a great time eating some local food, playing some local "games" (rope swing, like a tug of war) and hearing about the local minorities such as the Li and Miao. Bought some local tapestries as gifts at the end of the tour, which is kind of like a big shop at the end that you must pass through. Would recommend and also make sure that you visit the show and sit in the first row!
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Www wrote a review Jun 2018
Singapore, Singapore879 contributions52 helpful votes
Very commercialized like most Chinese tourist places. Better come early to avoid the scorching heat by mid-day. If you understand chinese, then get the guide, otherwise it is difficult to know the best route and can be complicated. Do buy the buggy ticket, because it is impossible to walk up and down the mountain especially if you have old folks and kids with you. There are several stops where they want you to buy things, like silver jewelery, tumblers, cloths and clothing items weaved by the locals, medicine produced by them. I suppose you can't get them elsewhere, so if you like them you can buy them. There will be a row of fruit sellers at the end of the tour, do buy from the last rows for the cheapest price (Rmb10 for 5pcs instead of Rmb10 for 3pcs at the earlier stops).
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Date of experience: June 2018
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