Jinjiangli Village
Jinjiangli Village
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Buxster
Canton, Chine182 contributions
4,0 sur 5 bulles
sept. 2019 • Entre amis
This is a very small village with a few old people left. There are only 3 towers and you are allowed to visit 2 of them. Due to its part of the full ticket we made our way to here. Found no tourist except us and we took our time to have a relaxing and calm visit.

However, The towers are not special to others. In my opinion, if you saw 1 from inside, you saw them all...

Anyway, I recommend it.
Écrit le 29 septembre 2019
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utaibito_mitch
Nagasaki, Japon445 contributions
4,0 sur 5 bulles
janv. 2019 • En solo
碉楼群の中ではいちばん市街地から遠く、バスの場合はかなり歩かなければ行けません。タクシーで行くのが無難でしょう。
碉楼の前にぎっしりと民家が碁盤の目状に密集し、その後ろを守るように3つの碉楼があります。2つは無料で入れますが、もう一つは管理人のおじいさんに20元払わないと入れません(このおじいさんがいろいろと解説してくれます)。ここの碉楼はどれもベランダへの立ち入り制限がなく、外に出ることができます。特に有料の碉楼は8階建てと一番高く、最上階は手すりも低く、ちょっと怖いくらいです。周りには目立つ碉楼はほかにあまりないので、きれいな景色がとれるわけではありませんが、碉楼に登って外観をじっくり見たい人にはお勧めです。
観光客も少なく、住人はのんびりと自分の生活を楽しんでいるようです。
Écrit le 20 janvier 2019
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yokoyoko1973
Canton, Chine1 158 contributions
3,0 sur 5 bulles
déc. 2018 • Entre amis
自力村の後に観光しました。そのせいか少し迫力に欠けます。また観光客が少ないので世界遺産らしくないです。ここは世界遺産に住んでいる人が多く本当に世界遺産なのかと疑ってしまうくらいです。自力村とあまり変わりませんのでここだけを見に行く必要はないと思います。
Écrit le 22 décembre 2018
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Fali K
Inde672 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
déc. 2018 • Entre amis
This is away from the Zili Village area and so is an easy skip for people.
Such a big mistake!
This is absolutely gorgeous - attached to a small village which you can walk around in.
The setting is very peaceful, the diaolous are really so soulful and different from the other diaolos that we saw.

I am super glad that we were able to come to this area of Kaiping - definitely a big highlight. Perhaps more satisfying than Zili village area :)

There is an entry fee of 50 RMB
I did not see water, food or any other amenities here. Toilets are available
You can spend a couple of hours walking around here.

The diaolous are unlocked at around 10 AM which is when you can explore them.
Pretty great views, very beautiful from the outside.
Some of the other dialou are privately run and you need to ask for them to be opened.

Do walk around the village as well.
And don't skip this at all!
Écrit le 14 décembre 2018
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albert3332014
jogja538 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
sept. 2018 • Entre amis
Desa ini sangat menarik meskipun pengunjungnya bahkan lebih sedikit dari yang mengunjungi Desa Zili. Disini ada 2-3 tulou yang bisa kita masuki. Di dalamnya ada kasur dan perabotan yang membuat kita merasakan suasana di zaman itu. Sangat menarik!
Écrit le 28 septembre 2018
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EastmeetsWestAB
Londres, UK2 390 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
mars 2018 • Entre amis
We have visited various diaolou in Kaiping area. This is the most beautiful dialou. It is worth a visit. There are plenty of photo opportunities !!! If you have a 360 camera, bring it with you.

The tallest dialou in here is privately owned. So you will need to pay additional entry fee to get in. There is someone there to explain to u briefly about this place and what to expect in each floors. He will also show you photos that can be taken.

Not a lot of tourist. So you can take your time and walk around. Worth every bit. Would come back again.

There is a car park for cars.
Écrit le 11 mars 2018
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lung23
Hong Kong, Chine332 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
juin 2017 • Entre amis
景區聯票的地方我只有南樓沒去,而去過的地方以錦江里最美。可惜這裏交通最不方便,沒有穿梭車到,但瑞石樓真值得一看。雖然只有三座碉樓,但各有特色,而且顏色的配合很美,夏天藍天時看到黃黃藍藍的碉樓真的很有特色。
Écrit le 21 août 2017
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3lgdz
Manila, Philippines1 462 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
déc. 2016 • En famille
Jinjiangli Village 錦江里村, 20 km south of Kaiping, is a village full of Huang 黃people, with around 66 houses, so they say. There are comparatively fewer tourists here compared to Zili - few even make it out here at all. We visit this village as part of a private tour from Guangzhou. The three diaolou are at the back of the village, after you walk by rows of houses, with fat chickens, rows of vegetables and elderly women passing away the time.

The grandest diaolou here is the privately run Ruishi Lou 瑞石樓 which is Kaiping’s tallest diaolou with nine storeys, topped off with a Byzantine-style roof and Roman dome. It’s called Kaiping’s first diaolou (開平第一樓). Well, I'd agree with that statement - it's actually the prettiest looking diaolou from the outside. It has a separate admission fee, since it’s privately run – you can bargain it with the caretaker of the diaolou. The caretaker explains the history and significance of the diaolou as well as the clan who owns it, albeit in Cantonese. Afterward, you're free to explore. The first floor has a living room for entertaining visitors. It also has an altar for venerating ancestors. A smaller living room serves for a hangout place for chatting with friends and family.

The second to sixth floors each have their own living rooms, toilets, kitchens, and two bedrooms. The wooden stairs here is a rarity among the other diaolous in Kaiping. The seventh floor has an open-air balcony with a large round space facing the front of the building, the two dragons on each side, as well as the phoenix adorning the front of the building. There’s also an ancestral shrine on the same floor. The eighth floor has views of the architecture on the seventh floor, plus better views of the countryside and the village roofs. The ninth floor seems just like an "attic" to me. You can take a lot of great photographs from the seventh and eighth floors.

The second diaolou, Jinjiang Lou 錦江樓 was a communal five storey diaolou built during 1918 out of reinforced concrete. It’s primarily for defense as well. When compared to the Ruishi Lou and Shengfeng Lou, the exterior and interior of the Jinjiang Lou is simpler and less elaborate, if none at all. Thus, there is no admission fee. Each floor has no designs, no photographs - just a few wooden beds and stools for public use. It frankly looks like a prison. You can get great photos of the Ruishi Lou and Shengfeng Lou from the top floor of the Jinjiang Lou. You can also take framed photos by inserting your camera into the various shaped holes on the walls of the building.

The third diaolou is the Shengfeng Lou 升峰樓 built by a wealthy Chinese migrant to the States. It has seven floors (some say six), and was one of the few diaolou that had a European architect. This diaolou is a bit overshadowed by the Ruishi Lou, but it’s still pretty nonetheless. You can also take framed photos of the other diaolous or scenery using the arches and pillars in the balcony on the fifth floor as a frame. The fifth and sixth floors are perfect for more photographs.

If you only go to the Kaiping Diaolou as a day trip, choose the Zili Village and this lesser visited UNESCO site - the Jinjiangli Village. You will not be disappointed.
Écrit le 9 juin 2017
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NINGUN
Tokushima, Japon480 contributions
3,0 sur 5 bulles
janv. 2017 • En solo
5箇所チケットに含まれている碉楼。自分が行ったときはほかに観光客らしい人はいなかった。小さな村で入場できる楼は2箇所。613のバスで路口から片道20~30分くらい歩いて行く価値があるかどうかは微妙。昼間の路線バスは20~30分ごとに走ってるぽいので帰りのバスを道で待つのはそんなに不安ではなかった。
Écrit le 12 janvier 2017
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DjangoDjango
Fribourg, Allemagne566 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
sept. 2015 • En couple
The village itself is not as beautiful as Zili village, But the surroundings of this village was our favorite of the Three villages we visited (Zili,Maxianglong, and this one)
We really enjoyed cycling to here and the village is about 10 to 15 km from the village of Chikan, where we rented our bikes.
From Chikan there are some easy roadsigns who will lead you to the village you can't miss it.
When we were there, we had a lot less visitor's as in the village of Zili which made it really nice to stroll around and enjoy the scenery.
This village is one of the 7 sights on the combo ticket for 180 Yuan.
Écrit le 14 septembre 2015
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