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Mukeng forest

Despite some of the track being closed, and the rain, this was a lovely quiet walk. It is uphill... read more

Reviewed 24 May 2016
gravymaker P
Christchurch, New Zealand
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Calm Oasis

Part of the path was closed (we didn't quite understand why but assume they had some flooding on... read more

Reviewed 19 May 2016
Redhill, United Kingdom
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Mukeng Village is nearby Hongcun Village. It is surrounded by a bamboo forest and ninja scenes from Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon were filmed in the bamboo forests here. The village can be reached from the ticket gate by foot, and also by 'flying...more
Yi County, China
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Reviewed 7 April 2018 via mobile

Lovely peaceful village in the middle of bamboo forest and tea plantation. This is a welcome reprieve from the massive crowds at nearby Hongcun and Xidi but misses none of the charm. Very easy to find the entrance and from the gate it is about...More

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Reviewed 30 April 2017

We visited Mukeng Village during a weekday and right before May 1 holiday so there were no tourists. It is a long hike to the top of the hill where the village is set but you can take your time and trek up slowly and...More

1  Thank Daniel A
Reviewed 28 April 2017

We visited in mid April 2017, and we were not the only tourists there, although the overall tourist density was relatively low. Overall, this is not quite an isolated village as one might think, although it was a quiet visit by comparison to other points...More

1  Thank bweeindc
Reviewed 24 May 2016 via mobile

Despite some of the track being closed, and the rain, this was a lovely quiet walk. It is uphill with many steps, but at the moment you return the same way so get the downhill too. The tbamboo forest is so attractive with leaves on...More

Thank gravymaker P
Reviewed 19 May 2016

Part of the path was closed (we didn't quite understand why but assume they had some flooding on the lower path) and we were told we would have to turn around halfway along and come back the same way. We were a bit disappointed but...More

Thank TimTam3
Reviewed 17 February 2014

I took the bus from Tunxi bus station to Hongcun, there were no taxi's or transport available for theuphill winding 5km journey to Mukeng Bamboo village. I asked at the ticket counter for Hocun (no English spoken so prepare for this prior to going) a...More

1  Thank Cheryl B
Reviewed 23 October 2013

The zip line is non operational, much to our disappointment. However, a visit to the bamboo forest and Mukeng is well worth the visit if solitude and a glimpse of rural village life is appealing to you. If your hamstrings and quads are still sore...More

Thank traytable
Reviewed 24 July 2012

This Bamboo forest, know for being seen in the famous movie, is a nice place to visit, if you never saw a bamboo forest. Personnally I went a rainy day and it was very nice and interesting. By the way you have a cable installation...More

Thank magix_ch
Reviewed 27 April 2012

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon introduced the small village of Mukeng to the world - I am told the Ninja scenes were filmed in the surrounding bamboo forest. The village is very small with only 24 households, all sharing the same surname, “Fu.” In contrast to...More

1  Thank xingming
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