Room was fine, beds comfortable. Only had breakfast there. There is a large shopping Centre across the road to the left from Wada. It has a good range of shops and a supermarket, also on the top floor there is a great food court. Just choose your food from the display and pay the central cashier who will give you a token for the value which you then take to food stall of choice. you don't need to speak chinese just point. There is also a small cafe at the back of the McDonalds (it has a large pot outside) which is known for it's Guilin rice noodle dishes, just point to the pictures of what you want, bypass the McDonalds and KFC and get some real food! Buses stop just outside of Wada and return to the Shopping Centre. Coming back to WAda at night I found it was dark entering the compound where Wada is, more light is needed in this area
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- A popular hostel in Guilin frequented by many foreign guests. Wada satisfies the needs of the budget-minded travellers who have a thirst for the mysterious lands of the world by offering the lowest rates, the best tours, and the most fun. The weekly Tuesday dumpling making party and Friday night All-You-Can-Eat BBQs always delights the crowds. ... more less
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