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i had my guide with me, who suggested west street before the li impression show. and since yangshuo as such a small place with not much to do i agreed.
i was pleasantly surprised how good the place was. great place to just walk around,...More
We went there after dinner. Not so crowded owing to non peak season. Yet, many visitors from all walks of life, overseas or mainland. Shops for different commodities around. Bars with dancing girls attracted eyesight. Street shows everywhere. Restaurants along down the road. A must...More
Loud, noisy crowded street with street food, crowded restaurant and music bar, discotheques and more. Popular with youth for partying. Bars, drinks twice as expensive as other places in town. Food quality moderate to low
This is where it all happens and there are shops and more shops and food places that seel some weird things and hence it is interesting. It has however lost its old Chinese character which could be quite something with the rugged mountain back drop....More
West Street is very busy, very touristy, but somehow still interesting and exciting. The setting is magnificent and you can see why so many western visitors have settled here. But if you are looking for authentic China this is not it, it was once but...More
1/2 mile long street pedestrian mall of attractive shops displaying regional food, clothing and crafts. Geared to the semi-affluent and affluent Chinese and global tourist. Best restaurants are found elsewhere but West Street does have 2 food courts filled with local specialties including multiple type...More
Came here every night after day tours for 5 nights. If you are tired of Chinese food, you can find Western, Indian and Asian cuisines here. Street foods are cheap and tasty. Many t-shirt printing stalls here to print your favourite photo. And massage places...More
Hi Everyone, I have a 10 and 13 year old who get cranky [then I get cranky :)] if I take them to too many places. As we will be on a three week tour of China to some major cities, I was trying to relax a little with them in the rural areas of China and I was wanting to get right out of Guilin and go to Yangshuo and Longsheng. Seems like the only major thing I will miss in Longsheng would be the rice terrace. In Yangshuo there's a school to visit, West Street, a boat ride, hiking [did I...More
June 06, 2011|
Response fromJean-Pierre D|
In Yangshuo also rent bikes and ride around the rice fields. Go climb Moon Hill and there are also some caves. Also take them to the market (across the main street at the end of West street) they may enjoy watching some strange food. Not sure that the long trip to Longsheng is such a good idea with kids this age.
"Chong Yu Bing" - Leek pie (0 Replies)
Just watch"welocme to Taipei". there is this 1 "Chong Yu Bing" at Ningbo West street 2. 30 years pork rib rice near Wanhua Can anyone advise where and how to go. Thank you.
October 25, 2009|
Is Yangshuo for me? (0 Replies)
Hi, I am finally taking the trip to China that I meant to take a couple of years ago. Trying to settle on a final itinerary in order to cement my flight plans between Japan-China. I plan to spend 12 full days in China: Beijing - 5 nights Xi'an - 1 night (Guilin) Yangshuo - 2 nights + 1 night in Ping'an or Dazhai village for Longji) Shanghai - 3 nights (Tongli water town day trip) I realize this is well-trodden territory and do-able as an independent solo traveller - but I have...More