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Huangshan In December
Oct 20, 2007 03:40
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Most of the major hotels in the summit area have similar facilities. Xihai Hotel is pretty good. Yes, heating and hot shower water is available.
Leave your luggage at a hotel or the left luggage facilities at Huangshan train station, and carry the minimum for an overnight stay with you up the mountain.
Oct 24, 2007 23:05
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GUEST88203 Hi,

I heard there are VIP cable car tickets and with those, you do not need to queue too long. Any idea on how and where to get them?
Oct 25, 2007 12:02
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Have not seen those at all.
Dec 7, 2007 06:42
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GUEST53636 I plan to go to Huangshan during christmas. I'm not sure the temperature there. Any suggestions on th clothing we need to prepare for Huangshan during christmas? I'm not sure i can tolerate this cold.

Another question
besides from Hangzhou, Are there any interesting place around Shnaghai since i will have 4 days available after my shanghai trip.

many thanks
Dec 8, 2007 21:48
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Look on http://www.weathercn.com/tqyb/detail.jsp?sta_id=58437 for weather forecast. This weather station is located on the 3rd-highest peak of Huangshan. It's in Chinese but it's not difficult to figure out; or use Google Translate (http://translate.google.com).
Well how would I know what you would consider interesting?
Around Huangshan there're the Hui-style villages of Hongcun (http://www.hongcun.com.cn) and Xidi (http://www.xidi.cn); further afield and not so touristy are the Hui-style villages of Wuyuan, located across the provincial border in Jiangxi province.
Around Hangzhou you should consider Shaoxing (used to be a water village, home of Lu Xun the father of modern Chinese literature) and Xitang (http://www.xitang.com.cn).
Sep 28, 2008 10:23
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GUESTCALLEY NG Hi, We plan to Visit Mt Huangshan in early Dec 2008 with tour, there will be 2 elderly of 64 and the youngest kid is 6 years old. May I know route to Huangshan after the cable car must we need to walk very far to reach the Hotel? Is there proper steps with handles for the elderly and young? You may reply me at : yahoo.com.sg|calley_ng
Thank you for your respond.

Ms Calley Ng
Singaporean
Sep 30, 2008 04:12
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Looks like this is a very troublesome place to visit. There are 3 different cable cars, am sure some hotel will be near but you still need to do alot of walking as the scenic stops are not near to the cable car stations. I have given up my plan of going there.
Oct 25, 2008 11:42
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Troublesome? It would be wonderful if everything in the world was served up to you on a silver platter, I suppose.
Nov 13, 2008 20:51
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GUESTCINDY CHAN I am planning to go to huangshan via Hongzhou in mid December. Is it easy to travel by bus to Huangshan?Would appreciate your advice weather winter is the best time to go Huangshan? and what is the temperature up there lke around Mid December.

Also please recommend a 4-5 star hotel in Hongzhou.Thks a lot Ellyse
Nov 13, 2008 21:24
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Hangzhou, not Hongzhou.
Yes, it's not difficult to travel by bus to Huangshan.
Huangshan is worth visiting in various seasons for various aspects, I'd say.
For Hangzhou hotel, what's your budget like?
Might be faster to email me at yahoo.com|ellyse99 -- put "TravelChinaGuide" in the subject line, thanks.
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