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We took the boat cruise on the Erhai (Ear shaped) lake. We did not have to wait and our boat was filled with Bai women attending a Buddhist festival on the other side of the lake. They made the trip memorable. Without them it was...More
When I found there weren't too many things to do in Dali, I decided to take the boat cruise on Erhai. It might because I've been to some other nicer places, for me, the boat ride is quite bored as there is nothing special to...More
Erhai Lake is huge & a place much visited by domestic tourists. During our visit there were major changes happening as the government was starting to protect the lake by installing modern sewerage treatment. Once this is completed, this environment can be transformed into something...More
We absolutely loved Erhai Lake and spent a whole day to cycle around it, while often stopping at scenic points to eat strawberries with the locals or just stop and relax in the sun by the lake. It would take too long to cycle all...More
Heard so much about the beauty of Erhai Lake. But the expectation is not anywhere up to par. The lake was in a mess with rubbish all over, part of the lake was muddy though it was not raining. After a short walk, we returned...More
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I actually did not know the town but I believe those saying Longkan are correct. We just showed the taxi driver Caicun on a map because we thought it was there and she figured it out and took us to the dock. Remember... More
I actually did not know the town but I believe those saying Longkan are correct. We just showed the taxi driver Caicun on a map because we thought it was there and she figured it out and took us to the dock. Remember there are two ferry rides, the long one and the short one we did. Yes, it only goes in the middle but that was long enough for us to get a sense of the size and beauty of the lake and the visits were interesting without being too long. Bon voyage!