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Q: Hunan top tourist destinations?

Please note, I'm not interested in Chairman Mao worship! I just heard there are some nice 'ancient' towns and such in Hunan... but where are they?

10 years 30 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - Changsha

 
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Fei huang town. Not really far away from Changsha~

Like Lijiang, but nicer……

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I think she means ‘Fenghuang' township, not fei huang.

Also, Huaihua is a lovely old water town with ancient buildings (and people!)

If you have time, you should go there too. Hunan is one of my favourite provinces in China.

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Yes, Fenghuang and ZhangJiaJie are both the best places in Hunan for cultural. I haven't personally been to HuaiHua but if Crimson reccommends it then I would garner taking a look. Changsha has a terrific night-life and food scene in addition to ShaoShan - MaoZeDong's true hometown which has recently become its own township (liberated from Xiangtan).

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Yueyang is a nice city to visit as well, and from there you can visit zhang gu ying. (old village)

Zhangjiajie is a must..

 

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