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Tunnel Warfare

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Ranzhuang Village in Qingyuan County, Baoding China
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Private Day Trip To Baoding from Beijing by Bullet Train
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Private Day Trip To Baoding from Beijing by Bullet Train

Take a day and make a trip to Baoding by bullet train, and it only takes 48 minutes ride from Beijingi.  Enjoy your time in Ancient Lotus Flower Pond Resort, Government Department, Baoding Bell Tower and Baoding Yuhua Market,  If you like shopping, Baoding is also a great place to shop. Round trip bullet train and Hotel pickup and drop-off included
$239.00 per adult
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Arrie_Schoeman wrote a review Mar 2015
Baoding, China62 contributions8 helpful votes
If you ever go to China, just 150 km South west of Beijing is the City Baoding. You have to see this. There are English guides available and listen to the history behind the type of war fare. The way the did it and how they fight is awesome.
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Date of experience: October 2014
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GlenysMac wrote a review Jan 2015
Yeppoon, Australia33 contributions14 helpful votes
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These tunnels were built during the Sino-Japan War by local farmers, for Chinese soldiers to hide & "live" in during that war. They're pretty much as they were back then, albeit with an arrow on the wall here and there to keep you heading in the right direction. If you're really tall, unsteady on your feet, or have a bad back, you might want to rethink a visit there - the ceilings are (mostly) low of course, and you spend some of the time bent low to avoid hitting your head. The museum up top is cleverly done and really tells the story well. My local Chinese friends and I were impressed. Took us a while to find the entrance we used, but worth persevering. In the street outside, there's the ever present street market selling war style souvenirs, including swords etc! You can also have your photo taken cheaply on the old war motorcycle &/or the jeep beside it. Great souvenir and a bit of fun after the sombre mood of the museum. All well worth the visit, in my opinion.
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Date of experience: August 2014
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    Tunnel Warfare is open:
    • Sun - Sat 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM