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It is indeed a tiny island, but can make a good subject for photography if you are into that sort of things, particularly at dawn and dusk when fishermen come out on the lake.
It must also be possible to visit the island as we...More
Very very small. Stopped by because we were hopping to a few places via the cruise. Otherwise no point going all the way.
Street food on this little island has very few varieties. Those live shrimps are huge, they already prepared the cooked ones in...More
Nothing spectacular, just a very small island (may be 50 ft x 50 ft).
There is a temple there .
It is very near to the shore at ErHai. Just take the small boat for few minutes, you will reach the island.
It is probably the smallest island I have ever visited. One of the destinations if you take the cruise which lands right on to the island where you are greeted by various street food vendors.
There is only one temple with the laughing Buddha and...More