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I stayed in a boutique hotel right in the heart of "old town." Although I was told that the buildings were relatively new, due to the fire 4 or 5 years ago, the architecture was beautiful. I really felt like I was seeing and experiencing...More
The area looks very cute, but it is 100% touristy. You can only find souvenir shops and restaurants around. To me it looked a little bit like Disney Land for Chinese. Most of the buildings are new after the fire in 2014 and there is...More
The old town is well maintained and offers many Tibetan and local cultural items for sale. In many ways, it is typical of old towns with its commercial flavor but it is also unique with many glimpses of the past. I would prefer fewer motorbikes...More
Plenty of shops selling local wares and also plenty of eateries. Go in the evening and enjoy a slow walk ... will have plenty of tourist .. The public Square evening dance by the locals is nice to watch following local music .. could join...More
This ancient town is filled with lovely old buildings with modern goods. The local people dance at 7 pm every night in the town square and you can join in. Near the town square is a restaurant called three brothers, excellent food and English speaking....More
We spent the entire evening walking around this ancient town. Many souvenir shops. I think their target is Chinese tourists as most of the shopkeepers don't speaks English. However since the evening weather is cooling....its nice to walk around and have a feel of the...More
A square at the entrance where people taking photos in Yun Nan traditional costumes. There are shops and restaurants in the town too. However, it's not as crowded as Li Jiang. At night, the temple is lighted. It's very pretty. But, it's too cold. We...More