Plenty of bargains to be had in these multi level markets. Excellent use of the old town buildings. Pretty at night in the computed lights.
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Deeply impressive and with world unesco status . It's an incredible site and the rock carvings simply stunning . There has been renovation so sometimes not clear what's original and what's not . But well worth a visit a real world cultural treasure.
As other reviewers have accurately pointed out, it's not really a cave but a huge, multi-story shopping complex plastered to the side of the mountain and overlooking the Yangtze River. It's also quite attractive and has a lot of little sights built into it. You...More
There is 11 levels altogether, lowest level at Jialingjiang Binjiang Rd, and level 1 at Changbai Rd. Accessibility to this location is within walking distance from the CBD area. However, the lifts are crowded and almost impossible to use, especially during peak period. So there...More
I decided to have a nice lunch at Hong Ya Dong after a business meeting. A few days ago I had a nice dinner at a nearby restaurant, I decided to go there but the establishment was closed so I decided to chill and I...More
It's always fun to walk around these night markets and get some street food, but its nothing out of the ordinary and about the same as other cities within China. The one thing that is really cool is that it is located on the cliff...More
Covers a large area and could potentially be very hot during the warmer months. The shops were fairly repetitive.