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Cuandixia Village

about 100 km W of Beijing, Beijing 102309, China
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Originally known as Cuan Di Xia, this is a hillside village of well-preserved Ming dynasty houses.
  • Excellent34%
  • Very good44%
  • Average17%
  • Poor4%
  • Terrible1%
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“ming dynasty” (9 reviews)
“day trip” (12 reviews)
“post road” (2 reviews)
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about 100 km W of Beijing, Beijing 102309, China
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Reviewed 15 June 2017

It was a three hour road trip from Beijing to spend an uninspiring 30 minutes at Cuandixia which was all it took to get a sense of the medieval village now long gone. The streetscapes and building structures are worth a look - takes 30...More

Thank LHV
Reviewed 12 June 2017 via mobile

We took a DiDi to get there and booked the same driver to wait for us and paid less than 300 rmb from pingguoyuan subway station on line 1. It was a Sunday and quite hot so not that many tourists out. We had lunch...More

Thank iristaletta
Reviewed 10 June 2017

This is an old Ming village that's full of history. Climb on the hill on the opposite side provides an excellent frontal view of the village, and a short walk up the Guandi Temple provides an even better view of the ancient village wall. If...More

Thank Linbeiwuji
Reviewed 11 April 2017 via mobile

This is a gorgeous village in the mountains. It has many hiking trails with breathtaking sights. Getting there is no simple task. There is a bus that will take you most the way, but you will need to take a taxi the rest of the...More

1  Thank Michael A
Reviewed 13 January 2017

Hired a car and driver at very reasonable rates for my wife, son and I to explore some rural parts outside Beijing. Very interesting and beautiful Ming Village at Cuandixia. Visit around lunch time if you can and try very authentic rural chinese food. also...More

2  Thank maffu2016
Reviewed 8 January 2017

This is a beautiful little village. A hike to the top will provide spectacular views, however, it is more of a tourist spot than an authentic village experience. Most huts/homes are selling goods or meals and the people actually live in the city. It is...More

1  Thank jillianlorenz
Reviewed 10 December 2016 via mobile

I have to agree that this village, while stunning, should not be the first thing you visit in the region. Only come once you have done the major sites: Mings tombs, Wall, etc. But it is well worth the effort. And winter clearly cuts down...More

1  Thank Charles R
Reviewed 4 December 2016

I have been to China many times and everyone visiting Beijing goes to the Wall. But there is a lot more to see outside Beijing than that: Cuandixia is a fine example. Virtually untouched, it seems that the Japanese didn't make it here during the...More

Thank steve_t1956
Reviewed 19 November 2016

It is truly an experience to walk through this Ming Dynasty village that has changed little over the last few hundred years, it really is like stepping back in time. The village is surrounded by towering mountains that frame the village perfectly. A walk up...More

1  Thank Paul M
Reviewed 15 November 2016

Cuandixia Village is a historic village dating from the Ming dynasty. It is around 500 courtyard homes dating to the Ming and Qing dynasties. Most of this homes now under reconstruction. Many of these homes have been converted into small inns offering food and lodging...More

Thank Vladimir M
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16 August 2016|
Response from Geri8037 | Reviewed this property |
Zhuanghu, in Huairou District.
Moominmama M
4 May 2016|
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Response from CynthiaL1963 | Reviewed this property |
Because the village sites in a valley, you will be able to see short hiking trails all around the village perimeter. I highly recommend these trails as they provide great views of the village for pictures.
2 October 2015|
Response from Vitor R |
Billy, I went to Cuandixia two days ago (April/2016 - low season - week days) and I had no problem to find a place to stay. Most guest houses are renewed and they were all pretty empty. It's an excellent place to relax.

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