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Great place for a quiet picnic.

A taxi should only cost 20 Kuai, but it really isn't that far out of town for a walk. The street... read more

Reviewed 15 October 2015
KarenTraveling
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Beijing, China
Very nice friendly staff, nice walk back along river

This ancient monument is important, though as a tourist there is little to see here. If you have... read more

Reviewed 29 August 2015
YorkHiker
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Yorkshire, United Kingdom
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14 Oct 2015
“Great place for a quiet picnic.”
29 Aug 2015
“Very nice friendly staff, nice walk back along river”
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Reviewed 15 October 2015

A taxi should only cost 20 Kuai, but it really isn't that far out of town for a walk. The street is marked with an English sign, and you can see some of the rural aspects of life in Dunhuang, like mountains of corncobs drying...More

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Reviewed 29 August 2015

This ancient monument is important, though as a tourist there is little to see here. If you have spare time and are short of sights to see, it's worth going. The staff are very very nice, so hard to say a bad thing about the...More

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Reviewed 23 November 2014

You can walk to the pagoda from the city in about fifteen minutes. The pagoda itself isn't much to see, as it's not one you can go inside. But, if you go there, walking around the village where it's located is interesting. You can see...More

Thank J K
Reviewed 23 September 2012

We rented bikes and went to look for the pagoda, it was closed that day, but the neighborhood is pleasant, dirt road streets with small farm/houses out of the center of town....will be gone a in a few years

Thank YDz
Reviewed 2 March 2012

The White Horse Pagoda requires a RMB 15 ticket. There is nothing in there except for the pagoda, which has 9 levels, 12-metre tall, and a 7-metre diameter. The pagoda you see was built about 170 years ago during the Qing dynasty. The original White...More

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