Sitting under the towering peak of Cang Shan Mountain in Yunnan, China, next to serene Er Hai lake, Dali (大理) couldn't have a more dramatic setting. Well established on tourist itineraries for both Western and Chinese travellers, Dali is blessed with a interesting restored old town, refreshing climate and great countryside.
From the Dali Travel Guide
Great hotel, confortable and with all the services you need to have a great stay in Dali. My wife and I were very surprised of the great diners and breakfasts of the guesthouse. To stay there absolutely. ... more
Little bit outside the city center. Rooms downstairs are realyy like the photo's tell, biut they only have one big bed there. Upstairs the room is aldo big with two beds. the bathroom is not so modern, need to renovate. You can use wifi in your room but need to asdk the code. People speak no or just a very litlle bit English. ... more
I really like 5 Elements, but there were a few problems that while easily fixed might make your stay not as comfortable if you plan to stay more than a night or two. First, the good things - the location is right next to the Jade Roo/Jade Emu guesthouses outside the city walls and next to the Cangshan mountain range. ... more
The next day, the rain continued lightly, but we were able to walk to the bus station and got out of town without a problem At first when we arrived in Dali , we felt disappointed at seeing another large ...
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Fundacio Gala – Salvador Dali
Had a very-long and enjoyable day ;-). Went by train to Figueras, to visit the Teatre-Museu Dali, talk-about off the wall/planet. But I did gain new respect for the man's vision&style, he dabled in just about every art-form. Then a lunch-break, before ...
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