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By the way, I am an Singaporean and speaks fluent Mandarin. Hence everything is easier when I travel in China. The issue here is there is not much information online on how to travel to this Zhuge Bagua Village by public transport. My base is...More
Photogenic village indeed, recommended.
I don’t mind paying for heritage, but if the in the ticket included sites then seem to open and close at will and people start charging extra for viewpoints etc. I find that really annoying. Seems to be a problem in...More
We drove on for a couple more hours, through a bit of rain and fimnally arrived at the village of Zhuge Begua, which is a tourist attraction as well preserved ancient village.
This place was more interesting and we stayed some time and I even...More
Zhugeliang is such a famous figure of ancient Chinese history, and this village was the centre of his family in the song, ming dynasties. It is not a centre of tourism, but is wonderful and original. I would have happily stayed there in primitive accommodation,...More
Though popular destination for local people, not so many foreign tourists from Shanghai have found this impressive historical village yet. Possibility to see real chinese culture and learn about history after the fuss in big cities. A stroll on the narrow lanes is a great...More
I went there in February and there was just one small group of Chinese tourists. I almost couldn't believe it. I know it's not a high season, but it was a welcome surprise. Just locals basically. When we went we didn't have to pay for...More
This is one of the best places I've ever been. The village remained virtually the same as it was many decades ago. The alleys and streets are mystified to any first timer. Unlike other ancient villages and towns transformed into commercial havens, local residents still...More
This ancient village is one of the most beautiful in Zhejiang, a maze of cobblestone alleys and a great place to walk around and get lost in.
The beautiful pools in the village are a fantastic setting both for photography and watching the slow pace...More
This ancient village is unique in that its layout is based on the feng shui principles of the Bagua ie 8 trigrams formation. The centrepoint is the ying and yang shaped pond and the various historic dwellings and halls encircle this in trigram formation. The...More