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Around 5000 people live around this village. Very quaint with some local snacks and little shops. It was mid-autumn festival when we went and there was lots of dried corn including some decorations. If you're in Anshun or Guiyang, I recommend a visit.
Tian Looong Tuen Bo 天龍屯堡 was the place where the Ming Dynasty army stayed. They were sent from far away by the Ming Emperor to guard this place and safeguard his interests.
Here once lived in exile the richest man in the world called Mr...More
' Tian Long Tun Bu' village in Southwest China, is an old conventional village, dating back to ' Ming Dynasty'.The population here is around 6000, belonging to 'Han Chinese Community ', who have still maintained their original pattern of life , not changed much with...More
It's always refreshing to see minority people living in China and surviving, and in Tun Pu they do this successfully. The free tea served by local women is indeed refreshing, there are numerous examples of ancient housing, though some of this is in serious disrepair...More
I've been to Tian Long Tun Pu Village with my friends. It takes about half an hour there from Anshun. The ticket price is 30RMB. Most of the locals rent their houses out as different shops, such as silver shops, wooden carving shops and local...More
There are remarkable buildings hundred of years old but also mixed with new constructions, unfortunately it is not 100% preserved as originally.
There are however very impressive old houses in stone and you can also attend shows of traditional performance with masks like Chinese opera...More