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Ping'an Village

Within the County, Longsheng County 541700, China
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  • Excellent56%
  • Very good34%
  • Average8%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible0%
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“rice terraces” (52 reviews)
“guest houses” (6 reviews)
“small hotels” (3 reviews)
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Within the County, Longsheng County 541700, China
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a most interesting village. It has a maze of very narrow streets and staircases to navigate around, and welcoming smiles from the residents. A simply lovely place.

Thank GerMar60
Reviewed 1 week ago

Ping'An is a remote, small village some two hours away from Guilin. It is set on a steep hillside among the rice fields known at the Dragon's Backbone Rice Terraces. This is a working village and you will be among the villagers as they go...More

Thank Alistair450
Reviewed 1 week ago

I used the service of a canopycarried by 2 thin men, and it was realy worthable. Otherwise I could not get up.

Thank zohar c
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Learnt about the culture of red yao ethnic Chinese. Danced and sang for us, wedding ceremony and long hair combing show.

Thank springgggg
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

For city dwellers a village like Pingan is great joyful. There are many chickens about. And farm homes on mountain. It's for many tourists to visit with plenty of cafe, hotel, and such. There are long hair ladies who will gladly demonstrate how beautiful their...More

Thank Billy_Whimwa
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Loved the village and the women. Yes they were insistent you buy there products but you can be furm but respectful and its ok

Thank Rosie M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We didn't know what to expect when we got to Ping'an Village, but wow..... I LOVE THIS PLACE. We got our workout on, 2 adults and 2 children (10 and 8)... slept like babies after this. The scenery is simply unbelievable. The village has so...More

Thank Matt S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Absolutely beautiful. When you think of pictures of rice paddies clinging to the side of a mountain, this is what you're thinking of. The village is also very picturesque. You can see your tourist dollars at work though. While we were there, some "villagers" were...More

Thank huyettindustries
Reviewed 22 April 2017

This village seems ancient - it's hard to believe they can sustain a modern lifestyle within this little village. But it seems they do! It was really worth seeing.

Thank Jill_and_Steve_Corv
Reviewed 21 April 2017

Bring your good walking shoes, because you will be walking up the mountain (feels like twenty floors), very narrow passage ways with lots of people walking up and down, beautiful views for awesome pictures and cozy hotels.

Thank LorenLF9
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Liverpoolstudent96
How cold is Ping'an village in the winter? I'm studying in Shanghai in the 2016-17 year so I'm unsure about whether to go during the October national holiday, or around Christmas when I can tie it into my trip to Hong Kong. What would people recommend?
24 March 2016|
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Response from Jamestankee H | Reviewed this property |
Hi , you can visit Ping An village around Christmas . The temperature could be 5 to 8 degree and night around 0 . Guesthouse are equipped with heater , less crowded and winter view is totally different . Hope this helps .
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Katherinemck
Hi All, I am yet to book my flights into China, however looking at flying into the south, then making my way up north after visiting Ping'an Village and surrounds. I have a few questions where I would love some input. a) closest airport/major city where it is easy to gain access to Ping'an Village? b) Transport that is offered, bus system and estimated cost? c) For those who have travelled much of China, any other tranquil destinations that you would recommend, either in the south or north? d) Other areas close by that you would recommend? Thanks in advance guys, I really appreciate your advice. Katherine
9 August 2015|
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Response from RolandUO | Reviewed this property |
all depends on how much time you have and WHEN you travel. stay away from Chinese public holidays! a) Guilin which you reach from abroad via any major international airport, the closest major one probably is Guangzhou. b... More
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JuliePeter5960
Is it possible to leave bulk luggage at the base of Ping An. Is it safe to do so? I believe it is a 20 minute walk up the mountain and not suitable to take suitcases.
15 March 2015|
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Response from PeterLanky | Reviewed this property |
There is no issue with taking cases up the steps, as this is done by a group of very strong ladies from the village who charge 40 Yuan for the service, and it is well worth it. I can't see any reason for leaving cases at the... More
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