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Hani Nationality Folk Village

South of Xinjie Town, Yuanyang County 662400, China
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Small deserted village

I visited this small village with a group of Western travelers in the morning, as advised by our... read more

Reviewed 1 April 2017
LG_Kay
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Singapore, Singapore
Dirty and not real

Going there is a walk in muddy, steep and full of animals excrement of around 30 minutes. Village... read more

Reviewed 11 September 2016
travelgio
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Rome
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1 Apr 2017
“Small deserted village”
11 Sep 2016
“Dirty and not real”
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South of Xinjie Town, Yuanyang County 662400, China
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Reviewed 1 April 2017

I visited this small village with a group of Western travelers in the morning, as advised by our hostel, because of the foggy weather. It was a pleasant 5km hike from Duoyishu, took about 1 hour to reach there. The initial hike was easy walking...More

Thank LG_Kay
Reviewed 11 September 2016

Going there is a walk in muddy, steep and full of animals excrement of around 30 minutes. Village is not typical, it is a mix of old ruined houses with new ones, and most people do not wear typical costumes (you find many more in...More

Thank travelgio
Reviewed 9 May 2016

We visited this village as advised by our hostel because the fog was o intense to go anywhere else. This village seems like a ghost and buildings are not well maintained. Littering is a problem too.

Thank HKEuropeantraveler
Reviewed 27 March 2015

On the way back from visiting the rice terraces we visited this village. Unlike some of the other ethnic villages this one consists of new build housing funded by the government for the Hani people, as a result it lost much of its historic and...More

Thank BobBonHere
Reviewed 21 May 2014

This is a new village. According to our guide, only built in the past couple of years. It has been built in the old style, and is still very much a working, breathing village. I got the feeling the residents were slightly resentful of being...More

1  Thank BarryTNU
Reviewed 4 March 2014

Pleasant enough, but built, as others say, for tourists. A few shops selling tourist trinkets available everywhere else. The little Hani Museum is interesting if you are curious about minority culture. Otherwise, probably not worth the walk down the hill (though the views into the...More

Thank Fosciandora
Reviewed 23 March 2013

The Hani driver told me that the village was built for the tourists. The 'mushroom' houses were not the real ones Hani people used to live as these houses were built by cement and concrete. He took me to his village where the original 'mushroom'...More

Thank Karmaexplorer
Reviewed 1 March 2013

There is a modest entrance fee to get into this village. It's a real village where some of the Hani people live. I was expecting an artificial commercialized tourist spot with souvenir shops and the like. But there weren't any. There is a token 'museum'...More

Thank esoeij
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