Zilusi Reservations

Zilusi Reservations, Huangshan: Hours, Address, Zilusi Reservations Reviews: 4.5/5

Zilusi Reservations
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David H
Union City, CA8,033 contributions
Hungchu village
Nov 2018 • Friends
There are a lot of nice architectures and old buildings in the old village. It could be managed better to avoid the merchants ruining the nature of this ancient village. The moon lake was the place that Li An’s famous movie “crouching tiger, hidden dragon” took several famous shoots. Overall, it’s a nice walking tour and quite relaxed.
Written November 20, 2018
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XJH-DT
Singapore, Singapore130 contributions
Simple visit before huangshan climb
Nov 2017 • Family
Went as part of rest point on trip to huangshan, nice simple and historical environment , quite good for photography but when slightly crowded can be uncomfortable to move or take a decent photo.
Written November 14, 2017
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John F
Newark-on-Trent, UK596 contributions
Interesting village
Sep 2017 • Couples
An old village made famous for its use in the film 'Crouching tiger, hidden dragon'. Pretty with interesting old houses and buildings open to the public, winding alleyways, and a place much used as a subject for art students. It is still actually inhabited but is a major tourist attraction to which the local population have responded by opening shops, selling street food and souvenirs. It can get very busy. There are of course other similar villages to visit - not sure whether their residents would respond with envy of relief that Honcun gets all the visitors.
Written September 26, 2017
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Starmoon7
Sydney, Australia45 contributions
Back in Old Times
Mar 2017 • Couples
Beautiful and well maintained traditional Chinese village about 45 minutes drive from Tunxi. A relaxing stroll around the lake, the alleys and old building to admire the nice scenery, history and life in the old days. Worth visiting.
Written April 26, 2017
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youke_worldwide
Singapore4,791 contributions
Suburbs of Hong Village
Mar 2016 • Family
This use to be a separate village from hong village but as hong village expanded it got swallowed up. It's a bit like the suburbs the roads are wider and their are more shops but in reality it's not really as nice.
Written March 25, 2016
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Hanne M
Broerup, Denmark71 contributions
Beautiful village
Nov 2015 • Business
We went there as part of a trip to Huangshan mountain. It is a very beautiful village, nice and clean. I wish we have had more time, I could have spend a full day there to watch the details and just walk around.
Written December 1, 2015
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Cosmopolitan607637
18 contributions
Underrated place, it's great for relaxation.
Nov 2015 • Solo
I keep reading how complicated could be to travel to Huangshan scenic area without a tour guide. And although I do agree that the trip does get limited since not many locals speak english, it doesnt mean u can't find your way and enjoy it.
If u are a backpacker that don't mind asking questions with limited language, then is not a big problem. People are friendly. Just learn the very basics of chinese or have a good translation app to support u and go for it.
I went there from Shanghai. So first easy tip: get the overnight train. I've got my ticket from the cTrip app (available in english and highly useful in China). The regular train will leave at night and u get there next morning around 7:00. Outside, pass the people selling u maps from Huangshan, you will see a sign saying Bus Station Transfer to Tankou that costs 20 rmb. They leave once the mini vans are full, so get the one with people already so u dont have to wait too much. They will not stop right in front of the Tankou bus station, so just need to walk a couple of minutes to the Bus Transfer area.
From here, you can pay 20 rmb for a bus that will take you to Honcun (or any other destination u want to go in Huangshan area) or u can pay 30 rmb for another mini van that will take u there. Your choice and both are fine.

I ended up taking the mini van and took 1 hour to arrive at Honcun (driver took a longer path, which wasn't a problem because it gave me several beautiful photo moments oportunities).
Be aware of your time as the last buses back to the city are at 4pm. And if u want to stay over, there are many guest houses for about 200rmb per night. I'm an artist that enjoys spending my time sketching every corner of the places, so coming to this place was awesome. Coming here again for sure.

Tip: after paying for the entrance ticket to the village, buy the bus ticket back to your prefered destination and decide what time u want to go back.

Tip 2: learn how to pronounce the city/places you want to go. Even if u dont speak perfect chinese, they can understand easy word association.
Written November 8, 2015
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Simone G
Germany45 contributions
Wow... Beautiful
Oct 2015 • Friends
I am impressed. Our trip to Hongcun was probably the highlight of or trip to Huangshan. We had to pay 100¥ for entry and unfortunately did not get any student discount. However, it was definitely worth the money. This quaint little village was dull of chinese art students which gave the place some sense of live, without making it to touristy. Entering the city, you had this amazing feeling if respect and history. It is hard to put into words. Just go there and see for yourself. You won't regret it. :)
Written October 6, 2015
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XiaongMao
Island of Malta, Malta161 contributions
Hongcun must see
Nov 2014
A must see, tranquil out of the way place.....not many Chinese Tourists and friendly village people !
Written October 3, 2015
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NswAustraliaDidi
NSW AUSTRALIA1,196 contributions
Spectacular sights around every corner
Sep 2015 • Couples
A beautiful village, the Moon Pond in the centre is just gorgeous with the reflections of the ancient buildings. We visited here with an English speaking guide and we feel we saw plenty, without him we wouldn't have explored so extensively. Enjoyed lunch here in a quiet lane way. Hundreds of art students everywhere and lots of tourists, we visited on a week day and it was busy, a weekend would be worse. Plenty of little shops and places to buy food.
Written September 26, 2015
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