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Rumor is that this village hosts descendants of Genghis Khan. We stayed at one of the Tibetan family house for a night. It has been converted to multi-rooms hostel. Room is very basic but the family is very friendly and the decor of the house...More
Jiaju is the name of the Tibetan village here in Danba. Danba is located 1 day's drive from Chengdu. It is definately a place worth to spend one night at. The village is protected as a cultural heritage by local government and the Danba Jiarong...More
I started out to write a review of the village hotel in which we stayed but encountered difficulty identifying which place it was. My itinerary called it Lanfeng Hotel but the plaque in the courtyard identified it as "Village Hotel". It was a property capable...More
we stay one night here. although not the right time to see the tibetan village(time too late, got no sunshine) but we lived in Tibetan style house that was good experience and we got clear sky with milky way at night.
We flight from Chengdu to Kangding, and then drive to Danba County which located in west part of Sichuan province. Jiaju Tibetan is a very beautiful village, the build style and culture are very special.
Just 5km from Danba, we simply flagged down a local car and paid a small amount for a lift. It costs 50 rmb for an adult to enter the town. The kids were free. The views are stunning.There are three viewing platforms as well as...More
I guided a group of people from Chengdu to Jiaju Tibetan Village via Jinchuan county and Danba county to see Pear Flowers on Mar.20-23, 2015. Jiaju Tibetan Village was selected as one of six most beautiful villages in China by Chinese National Geographic Magazin. The...More
Jiarong Tibetans ( Gyarong Tibetans 嘉绒藏族) are one of the branches of the ethnic Tibetans in Kham. On October 19, we visit Jiaju Tibetan Village, a typical Jiarong Tibetan village, about 10 km north of the downtown Danba. There are a slew of Jiarong Tibetan...More