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Fuli is in many ways an authentic little town in the sense that it has little for tourists other than sporadic souvenir purchases. You won't find quiet cafes to sit in, but you will be regularly called on to buy things from street sellers. I...More
We headed to this town primarily to do some rafting on the River Li, however, the town itself was worth exploring. We stopped at the Peng Family Fan Factory where two sisters explained and showed how they make fans. There are now 5th generation fan...More
Our guide not led directly to a large wedge of ancient architecture in iron with a lot of posts all kinds of vegetables that in your life you can imagine there are varieties in China. There are tables where people eat and can share the...More
Cost 3RMB to take the city bus to get there. It was interesting to see the old village and some homes are still occupied. The homes are very run down and it looks really sparse. However, I noticed many have a small tv. The living...More
Visited Fuli town while on the way to XingPing. The market is a nice place to visit if you like to buy some nuts, dry snacks, dried berries or fresh fruits etc. but prices were not that cheap (handful of Goji berries was 10 RMB).
took a long walk from yangshuo to fuli town took around two hours it was market day saw lots of vegetables and fruits had some sugarcane got to see some very old houses overall it was beautifull experience
Nice village to visit by bike. Has some quaint little art shops near the river, where you can buy some handmade and mass produced art. Peng family art shop was lovely and friendly staff. You can also cross the river on a little ferry to...More