Tutaoju Hotel

No.2 Baowu Alley, Nanmen Street, Gucheng District, Lijiang, Yunnan, 674100, China
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Flights from Guangzhou

by lac1

Hi all, I'd like to ask if there were any flights from Guangzhou set up and if so, what do they cost.

Thanks,
David.

RE: Flights from Guangzhou

by johnmperry

Here's a useful site: http://www.flychina.com/chinadom.htm

There is a direct flight:
Guangzhou - Lijiang City

Airfares
Taxes and fees not included
One Way Round Trip
RMB1790 US$217 RMB3580 US$433

From Guangzhou to Lijiang City
ChinaSouthern CZ 3487 8:40am 12:40pm Daily 733 Apr 01-Oct 29
China Eastern MU 5736 5:10pm 8:20pm 2 733 Apr 01-Oct 25
China Eastern MU 5736 5:10pm 8:45pm 46 733 Apr 01-Oct 29


From Lijiang City to Guangzhou
China Eastern MU 5735 8:40am 11:45am 246 733 Apr 01-Oct 29
ChinaSouthern CZ 3488 1:20pm 4:40pm Daily 733 Apr 01-Oct 29

John

RE: RE: Flights from Guangzhou

by jamw198

Are you sure that's a direct flight? It stops at Kunming, right? I'm planning to go to Lijiang this April. Was thinking of going there from Shenzhen or Guangzhou. Anyone knows about the flight from Shenzhen?

Travel Tips for Lijiang

DongBa Characters

by vigi

Before leaving the BaiSha Mesuem, I had to pass through a long street of tourists shops. Here is one of them doing sculpture of "DongBa writing" which is also a living fossil. Dongba is an ancient written language of the Naxi people developed about 1000 years ago, its script is firmly based on pictures.

Dare to be different - breakfast al fresco

by GillianMcLaughlin about Food stands in the old market square

While fellow-travellers headed down to the main drag to fill their morning bellies with familiar comfort food, I headed off to watch the old market square coming to life. The locals were drinking tea from their own tea jars, and feeding on soup and dumplings bought, freshly-made, from traders on the market.

So I set off to find out where it was all coming from and to investigate the fare that was on offer. It was amazing! Soup (I passed on that for breakfast, although it is a staple for many Chinese at breakfast time), heaps of fried things that looked suspiciously like some former insect, various vegetable dishes... the variety was amazing, and stood in stark contrast to the stands that were opening around, and which were clearly catering for a tourist clientelle. I opted for a savoury dumpling, the size of a large fist, that could have been filled, for all I know, with some of those insect-resembling dishes. I don't care. it was delicious and warming and filling... just the thing to be munching in the early morning sunshine while watching others hard at work.

It cost so little that they practically paid me to eat it: probably around 20 cents. Yummy!

I did relent and have a less-than traditional coffee in a bar on the square that enabled me to continue my surveillance of Naxi salespeople setting up their colourful stalls. A lucky move as it turned out, as I met there a really nice French woman, also on her own, with whom I went off cycling that day.

tiger leaping gorge

by leghk

if you are short on time, hire a taxi as this will allow you to stop and admire any of the amazing views that you want and visit the numerous local markets on the way. Although hiking maybe a better way of seeing the gorge, all of the main interest points are accesible by car

Camelia 10.000 capullos/1o.ooo blossoms Camelia

by elpariente

Se cuenta una historia de de cómo monjeregaba un árbol cerca de un monasterio. Si le hubieran capturado habría sido ejecutado . La meta de la Revolución Cultural era eliminar todos los restos de la cultura (incluidos los árboles) y lestablecer una "nueva" cultura
En el Monasterio de Yufeng , situado al norte de la Ciudad de Lijiang , se plantó un árbol de camelia que consideran el "Primer Árbol Bajo el Cielo" y el "Rey Mundial de la Camelias". Esta es la mundialmente famosa Cameliacamelia de las diez mil flores . La plantaron durante el reinado del Emperador Chenghua de la Dinastía Ming y el árbol de la camelia tiene unas medidas medidas de 3 metros de altura y 30 centímetros de diámetro en el tronco del árbol. El árbol es el testigo de las vicisitudes de más de 500 años. Cada año, al comienzo de la primavera, destacan alrededor de 10 mil flores de camelia de color escarlata entre el verdor en las hojas. Cada una de las flores es del tamaño de un plato de 25 cms. , y se mantiene en pleno florecimiento durante 100 días. Las gigantescas raíces del árbol se entretejen haciendo más impresionante la forma del árbol . Es curioso que , las flores del mismo árbol nos son del mismo color ni tienen el mismo número de pétalos . Por todo esto , el árbol bien merece su nombre de "Rey de las Camellias".
Como fuimos en otoño, nos tuvimos que imaginar las flores

A story was told of how one monk watered a tree near a monastery. If he were caught they would have executed him. The goal of the Cultural Revolution was to eliminate all remnants of the old culture (including old trees) and bring on the "new" culture
In Yufeng Monastery located in the north of Lijiang Town was planted with a camellia tree which is praised to be the "First Tree Under Heaven" and the "King of the World's Camellias". This is the world-famous Ten-Thousand-Flower Camellia. Planted during the reign of Emperor Chenghua of the Ming Dynasty, the camellia tree measures 3 meters in height and 30 centimetres in tree-trunk diameter. The tree is the witness of the vicissitudes of over 500 years. Every year at the Beginning of Spring, about 10 thousand scarlet camellia flowers bloom amongst the verdure leaves. Each of the flowers would be the size of a 10-inch plate, and would keep in full bloom for 100 days. Two gigantic roots of the tree interweave into the shape of a silk-tree flower, thus showing a most magnificent form. What is more remarkable, the flowers bloom from the same tree show diversified colours and unequal number of petals. Therefore, the tree well deserves its name "King of the Camellia Trees".
As we went in Autumn , we ought to imagine the flowers

Blue Moon Valley

by Willettsworld

Just a few kilometres north of the visitor's centre for the Jade Dragon Snow Mountain, you'll find this lovely man-made water feature known as Blue Moon Valley. A river known as the White Water River, as the water is very clear as it comes straight off the mountain, flows through an area of artifical steps which look really beautiful. The river flows into four lakes called Jade Water Lake, Mirror Lake, Blue Moon Lake and Billowing Lake. Traditional clothes are available to wear whilst sitting on top of a yak for those perfect photo opportunities!

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