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This town is not ancient. Apart from some beams and stones here and there it's a village build within the last 20-30 years, so to call it an ancient village is out of proportions. Its a nice place though, so if they had just names...More
Take a guild from the area. The vebal history is what makes the town come alive. The main product is peanuts. Interesting how they harvest them. Food was excellent. Doesn't take long to walk through the town. Ask permission before you take close up pictures...More
This old town is in a ridiculously inaccessible location on a sort of pensinsula surrounded by meanders of the Yong River. It is about 3 km from a freeway, as the crow flies, but you can't get there from there. I am amazed that our...More
Very quiet, a small town where residents are very simple, suitable for meditation. But there is no tourist in 6-7Pm, best to come back on the same day. Handicraft there is special and distinctive.
The first feeling when I came to the ancient town is...More
This town is approximately 200 years old. Some things in China are 2000 years old. This was an amusing day out from Nanning, but I wouldn't recommend it. Rough roads, lots of flies. Lots of better things to do. They are renovating most of the...More
Expect to see something old like Hutong BUT most of the villagers have already tore down the old buildings and were constructing new ones. Thank goodness we took a cab for 17 yuan and catch a public transport for 17 yuan to bring us there....More
Honestly there's not much here, but if you're in Nanning for a few days and looking for someplace to ride a bike or motorcycle, the ride to Yangmei is a good one, and will take you on a tour of China's backcountry. It's only an...More
A great place to see how people lived in ancient China. Although some parts have been modernized there is still an old feeling to the town. Excellent food cooked traditionally and a huge amount of locally and traditionally prepared products. A great day trip.
Looking for the bus to travel to Yangmei was easy as it is near to the Railway Station. But the bus travels at odd times and we had to wait about a hour before it takes off.
At first the bus ride was acceptable but...More