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There are a few old streets with huge touristic potential, but not developed yet, hence it's a great opportunity to visit old China in a quiet environment. Menghua Old Home in particular is worth visiting, only 10 RMB and you can go everywhere inside, it's...More
At the time of writing Weishan still has the feel of an authentic old town with great charm and a wide range of interesting shops, goods and services. In early April it was very quiet, with hardly anyone from out of town exploring its streets....More
Very quiet and uncrowded Old Town, with well preserved or reconstracted small buildings along the main streets, occupied by living there people or running small shops and points of services. The impressive Gongchen Tower, overlooking the surroundings. No Western tourists at all. The local people...More
Weishan old town was the cradle of Nanzhao kingdom(a kindom established byYi Minority), the history can be traced back to 7th centuary. Its a very nice old town and not touristic. It was a important town on the ancient tea and horse road. when you...More
Weishan is beautiful. A lot is recreated beauty but that is done so well in China that you can't fault it. It is worth a visit to be amongst Chinese people on their holidays, having fun, eating out, buying souvenirs. We didn't see another Westerner...More