Hui Style Residence Photos

The ancient residential houses are typical of Hui Style, widely scattered throughout the countryside. They are considered to be the finest examples of ancient Chinese residences in this region.

Located on the southern tip of Anhui Province, Huizhou has a rich history. The old streets are lined with the uniquely-designed resident houses, which are thought to the finest of the ancient Chinese residential houses. Most of the residences were built in the Ming (1368-1644) and Qing (1644-1911) Dynasties, scattering across the countryside and recounting the vicissitude of the old streets. Attraction Intro: Huizhou Folk Resident House
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  • The ancient residential houses are typical of Hui Style, widely scattered throughout the countryside. They are considered to be the finest examples of ancient Chinese residences in this region.
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Asked by Mr.tom | Feb. 18, 2011 00:58Reply
I am planning to travel to Huangshan in June, staying one night, may be two, and have the following questions:
1) I plan to stay at Beihai Hotel, where is the best place to see sunrise?
2) How far is Beihai from One Hundred Ladder? Is it difficult to go there, can I come back with a different route.
Thank you
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Answered by Mr.King | Feb. 18, 2011 21:30
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1. Most people watch the sunrise at the Houzi Guanhai(猴子观海)。
2. Beihai Hotel is not far from the on hundred ladder, it is difficult to go there, you can try another route to come back.
Asked by Mr.vega from SPAIN | Jul. 21, 2009 04:45Reply
Hello,
Do direct bus from Shanghai to Huangshan Scenic Area exist?
If yes, where can i book it?
Tks for your reply
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Answered by Mr.Johnson from U.S. | Jul. 21, 2009 23:21
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Hello. There's no direct bus from Shanghai to Huangshan Scenic Area. But there is direct bus from Shanghai to Huangshan City. so you can go to Huangshan City first and then Huangshan Scenic Area.
Asked by Ms.JAKE88 from AFGHANISTAN | Jul. 05, 2009 05:37Reply
We are traveling from Shanghai to Huang Shan for a weekend trip. Does any one know the best way to get there. Would it be worthwhile to take a train from Shanghai to Hangzhou and then a bus over to Huang shan. Does anyone know where I can find a bus schedule and/or a travel agent to book our tickets.
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Answered by Mr.Qi | Jul. 06, 2009 04:56
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Suggest you go by bus. As the expressway has been completed, it is easy to get to Huangshan from Shanghai. You can get to the bus station in Gongxing Rd, Xujiahui Bus Station and the bus station in the north square of Shanghai Railway Station. It seems there are buses at 6am and 3pm-4pm. The bus schedule is changeable. You can make a inquiry in advance at the bus stations. Buy the ticket to Huangshan (Tunxi), not Huangshan (Taiping). The former one is faster: 4 hours. Then you can get direct bus to Haungshan Scenic area from Tunxi. There are also direct trains from Shanghai Railway Station, but it is much slower: 12 hours.
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