Cuan Di Xia Village Tours – Beijing, China

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Cuan Di Xia Village
爨底下村

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This village is located at the valley of Jingxi mountain area, and it is known for its well preserved 500 Ming and Qing dynasty-style courtyard houses owned by 70 families, ancient but unsophisticated, just like another “Shangri-la”.

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By Julia Zhu,

Tours and events, Interpreting across China starting from USD120

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An unique ancient village with original houses and fortresses on the hill. About 3hour's drive from the downtown of Beijing.
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By Nancy Magic Tour,

Datong Tour , Beijing Tour , Luoyang Tour

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With friends drove to the best of the reputation to save the best estimate, and it is very old building, there is a time to walk in
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By Cindy Li,

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Beautiful.
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By Shaolu86,

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A small little village constructed in a hidden valley with piled up stones and masonry to build houses.
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By Nancy Magic Tour,

Datong Tour , Beijing Tour , Luoyang Tour

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On Beijing ancient land, there is a style of simple and quiet, distinctive ancient village. It was quietly buried in Chuandixia (Chuandixia village) "Pearl of village culture" among the mountain valleys Jingxi
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By Beijing China Guide Terry,

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This place is the best place for photography enthusiasts impresses roasted corn . Chicken mushroom stew and fried shrimp, taste very delicious !
 
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By Beijing China Guide Terry,

For The Best China Business And Sightseeing Experience

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The village is the preservation of 500 , more than 70 sets of courtyard houses of the Ming and Qing Dynasties.
 

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