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 the entrance fee, but if you wish to visit some historical objects and an exhibition or two, the admission is 100. However, many other similar buildings are open so I am not sure if paying 100 is a good idea. Probably the best traditional village I've seen so far in China. But don't be disappointed when you get there and see that it's surrounded by new buildings.
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