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“Cliche and Unauthentic”
Review of Tujia Customs Park

Tujia Customs Park
Reviewed April 26, 2013

Perhaps I'm a bit jaded from such displays of staged minority groups. Its an oversimplified lesson on the Tujia group. You are scurried through quickly from room to room with many tour groups. I wouldn't have gone if it wasn't pouring dogs and cats. It was an uninspiring visit which costed 120rmb. I think its a rip-off.

Thank Muselulu
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Reviewed October 14, 2012

This village has been built for tourists to show folk customs and display ancient agricultural items and clothing. The Tusi castle is build from wood and has many floors. It is set among gardens, pools, tea house, pavilions. Folk displays and performances are held throughout the grounds.

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Reviewed September 1, 2012

Because of the rain, our visit to Jin BianXi had to be cancelled; it was replaced by a tour of Zhangjiajie Tujia Folk Custom Park. We only had time to tour the 300-year old Skyscraper Tower which is built along a hillside and which has 12 floors. So be prepared for some walking and climbing up/down stairs. Many Japanese castles in Japan seem to resemble this building. There are several performances such as the bridal weeping and folk singing to see. Having a Tujia guide to explain the folk customs and practices help us to better appreciate the land better. As usual, there are souvenir shops selling ginger candy snacks, silver ornament wear, Tujia handiwork, and local produce.

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