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Well-preserved and pretty old village

We spend a nice morning in the village, walking into the old streets and visiting the buildings. We... read more

Reviewed 6 April 2015
Vwehrli
A 何 village

If you are in WUYI, and have a few hours to kill, a visit without any pre conception might actually... read more

Reviewed 18 April 2014
lemarxo
via mobile
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6 Apr 2015
“Well-preserved and pretty old village”
18 Apr 2014
“A 何 village”
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Wuyang Town, Wuyi County 321200, China
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Reviewed 6 April 2015

We spend a nice morning in the village, walking into the old streets and visiting the buildings. We went there during QingMing holidays, and I was really surprise that it wasn't much crowded. (A bit crowded in the actual village, but not much in the...More

Thank Vwehrli
Reviewed 18 April 2014 via mobile

If you are in WUYI, and have a few hours to kill, a visit without any pre conception might actually surprize you, the air there is wonderful in comparison to most places in China, we bought tickets and decided to also pay for a local...More

Thank lemarxo
Reviewed 20 February 2014

Promoted by the guidebooks as a lovely sleepy little village, the reality was a disappointment. Guodong village has now become over-commercialized, and the throngs of domestic tourists that flock through the streets have ruined the charm and serenity promised by the guidebooks. Worth a visit...More

2  Thank Andrew_Alin
Reviewed 26 September 2013

What used to be an iconic symbol of China has become a well-worn village of no particular consequence. The several Taoist temples are in disuse and now being used for assembling Christmas decorations or storing furniture/equipment, The adjacent stream is plugged with plastic containers. The...More

2  Thank SuperDave47
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