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I loved this unique place. It's a quiet place & well kept. There were some vendors selling some food & sichuan peppers. They're much cheaper here than in Chengdu.
There's no admission charge here. It has a much nicer view from the top.
This is a modern reconstruction of a Qiang ethnic minority village that is very run down. Higher up the hill, there is an older part which is more attractive and interesting and also has some good views. You can actually approach this part independently without...More
I love it because of the old one. In the new village, there are many stores selling the local popular Qiang artifacts: Qiang sculpture, Qiang embroidery and Qiangdi. The old village is located on the Half-slope behind new village. After climbing up the wooden steps,...More
this is a tourist attraction where i thing you need a dual speaking guide. this little village is amazing for all its maze like streets. its now mostly government controlled as they placed most of the old residents in a village nearby and basically took...More
Loved the people and the views from the hills. Great way to see another side of life.
A little touristy in some parts, but prices were still low. Did not like the extra charges to go inside all the main buildings.
Hi I would like to stay a few days and have a translator and talk with the villagers. I will have with me a researcher and historian from the Mizo tribe in NE India. They think that they came from Sichuan over 400 years ago and that the Qiang could be their ancestors.
She would like to see any similarities with the weaving and embroidery and of course ask uestions and take notes. What would you suggest?
Is there accommodation at the village or near by?