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Miao Village

Nanhuamiao Village, Sankeshu Town, Kaili 556008, China
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2-Day Private Guizhou Kaili Ethnic Minority Cultural Tour from Guiyang with...
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Nanhuamiao Village, Sankeshu Town, Kaili 556008, China
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Reviewed 8 April 2018

The Tiaohua or Flower Dance Festival, is celebrated by the Miao people in Gaoxing village in Guizhou. The most distinguishing feature besides the colorful costumes and accessories are the horned-shaped hairstyles of the women, supported by two 60cm long combs, one on each side with...More

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Reviewed 17 April 2017

I enjoyed our brief visit tothe village. Good selection of local handicrafts availalbe and interesting architecture. We were rushed through to maintain schedule for the tour, but it is worth a half day to wander around the shopd and see the village.

Thank Craig D
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Reviewed 23 January 2017 via mobile

I cannot remember the name of the village, as we went to several of them. We visited a mother and daughter, wearing traditional Miao dress, who showed us their home and provided us with lunch cooked by themselves. The lunch was very tasty, with soup,...More

Thank James K
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Reviewed 9 June 2016

The Miao is an ethnic group recognized by the government of China as one of the 55 official minority groups. Most Miao reside in hills or on mountains, such as Wuling Mountain by the Qianxiang River Miao Mountain , Qiandongnan Yueliang Mountain , Qiandongnan Greater...More

2  Thank Saptadeep R
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Reviewed 20 May 2016

My wife and I had thoroughly enjoyed our visit to just one of many Miao Villages in the KaiLi China area. The specific village that we had visited is the Qingman Miao Village near the city of Guiyang. Some of the Miao village people gave...More

Thank AZCasualTraveler
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Reviewed 14 May 2016

This listing is incorrect. There is a number of different Miao minority villages, of which I visited 2. The Quingman Miao village, moderately interesting is at the location indicated on the map. There is a welcome ceremony with local wine drinking out of a horn...More

5  Thank frenchteddywww
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Reviewed 1 October 2015

THE MINORITY VILLAGES HAVE ALL BUT DISAPPEARED!! Don't be overly disappointed, but these villages are now relatively modern with just remnants of what was. We enjoyed visiting several, but really we were too late to get the "true" experience...

1  Thank 14Montreal
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Reviewed 15 September 2015

If you want to see how real Miao culture is, go to Langde Village. You can take a bus from train station to the city's bus station center. Then take a bus which Langde is the last stop (10 rmb). There you can find lots...More

2  Thank CaiBingbing
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Reviewed 15 May 2015

ShangLangDe was one of earliest Miao village opened to tourism since 1985. The pressure to turn it into a theme park was great but it was lucky to get the rare protection status from decaring the whole village as provincial level cultural relics. Tourism development...More

5  Thank Kwok-leung Paul L
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Reviewed 3 May 2015 via mobile

Langde is one of the most authentic, less visited and less commercial of all the miao villages I've visited. I stayed with a family just above the bus station stop for only 40 yuan a night. During the day our local home owner, his wife...More

3  Thank cesarcesar
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Sam382
19 May 2016|
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Response from frenchteddywww | Reviewed this property |
Hello. I did not go to LangDe. The 4 villages I visited are north East of Kaili. However, if you google map LangDe, the name that comes up is LangDe Happy Farmhouse. No phone number there. Try this. aroundguides... More
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Response from cesarcesar | Reviewed this property |
Visiting is not difficult. Transportation:.. from Kaili bus station there are buses leaving every couple hours during the day. I have been able to handle it by having other chinese write the address to where i plan to be... More
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