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A beautiful 100 year old Dong bridge that connects to the Ma'Yan Village. A small river runs below it. Small patches of rice terraces, tea plants and derelict water wheels. Feels peaceful. Not many tourists.
You can explore the villages within. Drum towers and more...More
The best preserved 100 years old wood bridge in Sanjiang Dong minority village was built in 1912. Here you can see the whole bridge make of wood without any nails. There lots of engineers ,scientists ,tourists come to visit it and look for the answer....More
Since we were in the area (Longsheng), and we wanted to catch the high-speed train from Sanjiang to Yangshuo, we decided to visit Chengyang to see the drum towers, wind and rain bridges, and experience the Dong minority culture. We enjoyed all of the above,...More
We took the fast train from Guilin to Sanjiang and from there a car took us to the village of Chengyang, to see the Wind and Rain Bridge.The train ride was pleasant and comfortable and the bridge was picturesque and interesting to see, and so...More
The first bridge you see when visiting the town of Sanjiang and immediately the biggest. It is the entrance to the village. You have to pay an entrance fee of about 60 Yuan, that's not even 10 euro's. Much like the maintenance fee in Lijang...More
Taken here t9 see the bridge and village. It seems odd that we had t9 buy the t8cket in a nearby town and then present at the entrance to the bridge. We were unlucky to arrive at luncht8me so the guard collecting ticket# was extremel6...More
Chinese government charges all travelers/tourists 60 yuan to enter this group of villages. It seems that the tourism has led to a lot of new construction which is undermining the character of the place. Also, of course, as like many other tourist places in China...More
Charming - utterly charming. Just ignore a few of the more recent constructions and you'll feel like you've been tele-ported to the 16thC or whenever. There are 8 villages all connected by the Wind and Rain Bridges or pathways.
The drive to get here is...More