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We stayed 2 nights at Guiyang before going to Xijiang. The weather was cold and rainy and since there’s 3 of us, we decided to take a cab. Whilst flagging a cab, a private car stopped and offered to take us there. Guiyang has the...More
Beautiful ancient Qingyan town with historic sites including temples and old church. The street is clean and spotless with well maintained crews. Many street markets selling preserved food, local wines and souvenirs. The people are friendly and courteous. You can spend a couple of hours...More
It takes about an hour to get to Qingyan Ancient town from the city and when you arrive you will be afforded the opportunity to eat Pig's Trotters, which are the local delicacy. The town itself is fascinating and rich in history. We enjoyed learning...More
Very nice, quiet old town. You can follow the streets round and they are all lined with small shops selling some traditional items, snacks, local Guiyang delicacies and other souvenir type gifts. You don't get shouted out or have people trying to lure you into...More
It's a very big ancient town that has lots of shops, restaurants and snacks. You can meander the streets and alleys and admire the architecture. It has a miniature Great Wall that you can climb and take in the vistas of the surrounding mountains.
A place conviently located in Guiyang. I took a bus ride from my hotel and a good chance for me to see all the newly developed places along the way. This ancient town have a lot of historical backgrounds and interesting to note the ways...More
Lots of local ethnic traditional items: outfits, embroidered shoes, bags, silver wares & jewellery items. Variety of Moutais as locally produced, if you like spices...well lots of chillies and other spices. This is much like the Yu Garden of Shanghai. I will be back again...More
it's really easy to get there from the center a town, and it's worth the bus ride! it's not all that different from other ancient towns around china, but it does have the house of Zhou Enlai's father and a lot of things you can...More
We stayed in the Sofitel in the city and it was excellent. We went by “DiDi” car which is the Chinese version of Uber and the cost was about RMB 100 or $20 AUD
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Plan 1: 1) How can I get Tianhe Pool Scenic Area (Tianhetan Scenic Area) from Guiyang? If I get there by bus No. 211, how long does the bus take to the park? And where can I get on the special-line bus in Guiyang to get there? How much does the special bus cost? 2) Can I get Qingyan Ancient Town from Tianhe Pool Scenic Area? How can I do that? Plan 2: 1) How can I get Qingyan Ancient Town from Guiyang? If I get there by bus No. 210, how long does the bus take to the town? And where...More