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Tangmo is not so big but beautiful enough. traditional village with archway,architecture & river. relaxed & peaceful. not so crowded. feeling good. i also tried hairy tofu, interesting outlook & tasty not bad.
This is a beautiful tranquil walk by the river with historic sites near it . The octagonal pavilion, the ancient post road , the lingguan bridge , and the pretty west lake . Very peaceful for an early morning walk or an afternoon before dinner...More
This is a 'must' visit, if you are around the Huangshan area. It is only a 25 minutes' ride from the train station. So special of a little, quiet village (not so overtly touristic yet) that preserve its original charms of the Tang dynasty building,...More
A very pleasant walk through the village in the early hours of the morning before the crowds build up. Well worth the trip. Pretty views and lots of history. Not much in English so local. Companion will assist.
Other village we visited, after seeing ChengKan. This village offers completely different kind of beauty, with wooden houses, Venice-like street and helpful, happy local people, with the main attraction being TangGan garden. Unfortunately, we traveled during the off season, so we could not see the...More
Tang Mo is a small peaceful village by an old canal in the countryside. Hardly touched by mass tourism and tour bus groups it is the perfect spot to see how old rural china was (and still is). The village is reached through an ancient...More
Tangmo is not up on Huangshan Mountain, it is a pretty little village in the foothills not far from the arched entrance of the mountain. The main path with trees shading it follows a stream with stone bridges and small ponds. The Hui-style buildings are...More
It was a 5 hour coach ride from Shanghai, the local guide mentioned an express train should be in place by 2014 so cutting the travelby half the time perhaps. First night was spent at the foot of the mountian, and 2 N at the...More
I had seen this area depicted in paintings by Chinese artists and on some docmentaries but still wasn't prepared for the absolute beauty of the place. Travelled along an 11,000ft long cable car journey which took about 10 minutes to reach the area we were...More