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There is fun to looking around, this road has so many hipster place in there alley small road. Dali change lots after i been in the first time (2years ago) very cool place is in the alley road not to the main road.
I traveled with a group of friends for an overnight adventure from Lijiang. We enjoyed the town of Dali. We split up and went our separate ways. This particular street has many restaurants, street vendors selling food and many shops.
I regret not buying the...More
Nothing special about this street, except that there are a few good places to eat. If you prefer fast food, there is a KFC where this street meets Fuxing Lu. And because many foreign tourists hang out here, this is a good place for some...More
Need a trinket/souvenir of Dali or even China well this is the place to come. Buy a toothpick holder shaped like a Fabershea Egg this is the place, need toffee freshly stretched go no further, it is all here. See the local ethnic people in...More
In a few minutes walking we were at the foreigner street. Parallel to this street is the Yuer road were we visit the West Gate and a small museum. In Dali is also a Catholic church at a nice square. There you can take a...More
This area was quite close to my hotel. Mainly an area for tourists, since I saw McDonalds went in and had a double cheese burger for dinner, wanted a burger after a week of primarily Chinese cuisine. Nothing super special in this area except photo...More
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Four days and three nights may be a bit too much, UNLESS you are planning trips OUTSIDE the city to surrounding areas. By the way, Dali is a good base for seeing the surrounding countryside! BUT, if all you are interested is... More
Four days and three nights may be a bit too much, UNLESS you are planning trips OUTSIDE the city to surrounding areas. By the way, Dali is a good base for seeing the surrounding countryside! BUT, if all you are interested is seeing Dali itself, then two days is more than enough. In two days you can literally walk through ALL the streets of Dali old town, see the wall, all the gates, etc...etc.. Perhaps add a few hours to see the three famous pagodas, and its surroundings. I am glad to hear you are going to Dali, many of my friends have spent several weeks in China, and have never gone to Dali !!! Have fun !!!