Ganshi Xiacun

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    • Day 4

      Bing Lang Gu

      December 24, 2019 in China ⋅ 25 °C

      The following day, we got up early to head to Bing Lang Gu, an ethnic village for the indigenous people. It was interesting to see something different from the usual Chinese scenery of Sanya. The architecture and craftsmanship was unique, we were able to see their way of life, how they created their artisanship and their homes which were quite connected to nature. After the tour, we had a buffet and headed to the rainforest. There were a lot of different plants and trees and flowers, surrounded by lush greenery, it was really fun to just walk around the place. We had some tea inside a bungalow. I have such low heat tolerance so I had to wait for a while before I was ready to drink the tea. We tried different kinds of tea and all were pretty good. We also did a zipline across the rainforest, ending the day at a high-rise glass bridge. At night, we took a stroll going to the beach itself was quite peaceful, it was very dark and chilly with a lot of lanterns lit. We found our way to the beach and enjoyed walking across the coast, the seabreeze brushing on our skin and our feet feeling the soft sand. We collected some seashells and promised to take them back. She was so cute. Going back, we had a little picture taking of our own playing with the red lanterns on the wooden catwalk on the way back to the hotel.Read more

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    Ganshi Xiacun, 甘什下村

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