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It's quite a haul from Xiamen (over 2 hours). It's not a big complex and unless Hakka villages is your interest this trip might not be worth the time. Walking was easy, it was about 90 degrees and nothing is air conditioned. Small river and...More
I spent 1 night inside the HongKeng Cultural Village (洪坑村). The main attraction is ZhenChengLou (振成楼), hence expect it to be crowded with tour groups. By 4:30pm, the tour groups had left and the village was quiet and peaceful, with a few independent travelers. Besides...More
Thoroughly enjoyed the visit into the earthern castle, as other than marveling the unusual architecture, we also spend time buying local produce from the local farmers selling ginger, ribena flowers, persimmons, pomelo, local tea, etc. You could also get glimpses of the local way of...More
Finally I've made it to this UNESCO World heritage site of Tulou in Yong Ding, China. We drove there from Meizhou, which took approx. 2 hours.
A very clever and practical design and construction to house and protect the Hakka clans.
We visited the King...More
Though we had a bad weather yesterday - raining heavily and all, we did have a good visit to the beautiful hakka culture village. It is a beautiful place with well preserved hakka culture. Good for people who love to know more about histories and...More
After a 3.5 hour drive from Xiamen, we were not disappointed. Very few tourists about and it felt like we were the only ones there. The combination of remarkable circular structures scattered throughout the countryside and the delightful scenery, added a whole new dimension to...More
A worthwhile trip from Xiamen, nice to leave the city and to get into the rural and semi rural areas. We had a private guide and driver. Expressway for about an hour or so, then a highway, then single lane through the mountains. Lots of...More