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Hakka Houses, Yongding County

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Listed as a World Heritage Site, Hakka Houses provide visitors with important insight into the lifestyle and history of the natives. Each of the nearly 50 houses, characteristic dwellings of the Hakka people, used to serve as residences for a clan of related families. Several floors high, the earthen houses accommodated up to 800 residents each, which made them self-contained little villages. While there, you can see living rooms, storage rooms, praying areas, and the lower levels that today serve as cafes and souvenir shops. A visit to Hakka Houses represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Yongding County itinerary maker to plot your vacation.
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  • Yes China is a historical glimpse into the greatness of the Hakka people support the part of the history of the world. Wisdom produced a system like this is I admire.
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  • the Tulous really are special constructions which deserve moving is a way of life that we are invited to discover. No regrets, if it is a bit rough and difficult catering for our Western stomachs
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  • The tulou are extremely interesting, great for an overnight trip from Xiamen. The tourist packages are rushed, and some of the tulou tourist stalls are a little bit pushy, but all quite mild for China...  more »