Eryi Lou is the bigger round one and the biggest of the three tulou in Dadi. You can also read my review of the three tulou under the heading of "Hua'an Tulou Museum" here. Once my group tour reached the site, there was a local guide who showed us around. Went up to the top floor; formerly "apartments" of the Hakka people but now mostly shops selling antiques, tea and souvenirs for tourists. Its unusual features were highlighted and labelled in English and we saw a room with an altar and another with a wall painted. The wells in the big circular courtyard were shaped in plan like old Chinese coins for wealth. Certainly worth a visit if you have never been to a tulou.
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