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Mini Group: Longji Rice Terraced Fields and Minority Villages Tour
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Mini Group: Longji Rice Terraced Fields and Minority Villages Tour

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Discover the spectacular beauty and local cultures of the Longji Rice Terraces on a full-day tour from Guilin. Take in Huangluo Yao village to learn about the Yao and Zhuang peoples that have cultivated these rice terraces for more than 800 years. Have lunch in the village and taste bamboo rice, a specialty dish cooked in a bamboo stalk. Then ascend the mountain to visit Ping’an village and take a walk through the Longji Rice Terraces. Photo ops abound in this stunning region — keep your camera handy!
$152.00 per adult
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KodoDrummer wrote a review Sep 17
Yekaterinburg, Russia62,285 contributions128,618 helpful votes
This is often referred to as "Foreigner's Street," but with COVID-19, the majority of sightseers are residents of China. The street was originally formed over 1,400 years ago. Lots of ancient buildings, although restored over the years. Especially fun with the evening crowds. Lots of restaurants and other eateries, and souvenir shops.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Marc G wrote a review Sep 7
Tianjin, China157 contributions5 helpful votes
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Super vibrant and colorful spot in Yangshuo. Seems to be the place to meet and shop. Get in early to do some shopping and then go bar and club hopping at night.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Helzlar wrote a review Aug 2020
Beijing, China15 contributions1 helpful vote
If you are adverse to loud music, crowds and weird smells I would avoid West Street. If you aren't-- head on down. Plenty of street stalls selling anything from jewelry to portraits to food. Social distancing is not a thing here
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Voyagearoundtheworld wrote a review Apr 2020
Berlin, Germany415 contributions783 helpful votes
Weststreet is the opposite of the lovely countryside around Yangshou: loud, shrill, overcrowded and hectic. There a many restaurants, stores and souvenir shops. Go there in the evening only.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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JonasCN wrote a review Apr 2020
Singapore, Singapore3,968 contributions170 helpful votes
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West Street is a 1400 years old street developed in the 1980s. The locals termed it as a foreigner street as they are more locals than foreigners. This is so true. You will find mainly tourists and young adults especially at night. The area is highly commercialised. There are International cafes like KFC and Starbucks that are crowded. The other shops are mainly local eateries, restaurants (each claiming they are the authentic beer fish and one with endorsement photo of Singapore Prime Minister Lee), souvenirs and fashion. If you are not a big fan of shopping, you will finish the stretch within a hour. If you like shopping and eating it will probably take half a day. It is less crowded during the day but more vibrant at night. You will find the street lit with neon lights and road side stalls outside the street screaming of bargains to draw crowds. But despite this unimpressive experience, it is still a must visit because it is the only shopping area where you can experience Yangshuo local culture there. So unfortunately it is an important focal point that cannot be missed to have a complete experience.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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