Find a Dali, China hostel and save money on discount lodging. Hosteling in Dali, China offers a different travel experience than staying at traditional accommodations. Youth hostels allow you to meet new people and learn from other international and worldly travelers. Most hostels are conveniently located in the center of the action close to public transportation, including buses and rails. Staying at a Dali, China hostel is a great option whether you are backpacking or traveling on a budget . Browse our hostels and plan your Dali, China vacation today!
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Dali, China Youth Hostels - The Lily Pad Inn - Dali Old Town Guest House
Dali old town rooms, comfortably furnished in a large priva
Dali, China Youth Hostels - 5 meters walking distance to the Erhai Lake, you can swim in the lake all around the year, all the room with Er Hai Lake view,
Dali, China Youth Hostels - The No. 5 guest house is opened sence 1995, but the new one is opened at 2008.
and the new guest house l
Dali, China Youth Hostels - Tibetan Lodge is behind the famous cafe - Tibetan Cafe. It is featured in the latest Lonely Planet and re
Dali, China Youth Hostels - Located just 1 minute from the West wall of Dali Old Town and 5 minutes walk to the centre of town, the Jade Emu International Guest House is conveniently located.
Dali, China Youth Hostels - Sora Youth Hostel is located next to old town Dali.Two minutes walk to the East Gate and have a great walking tour
Dali, China Youth Hostels - A truely comfortable place is what we want, no matter as travller or guest house owner, no matter for dorms or private room. Nice bathroom, soft slipper, carpet etc,
Dali, China Youth Hostels - We offer traditional Chinese food and simple western food, tea,coffee and other drinks. You can learn to cook Chinese food here.
Dali, China Youth Hostels - The MCA was founded in 1995 with the name of Mekong River Culture and Art Guesthouse with the dual missio
Dali, China Youth Hostels - From the alley beside us, you could trek into the Chang mountain, passing through local villages and little farmyards.
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