Explore the Village of Huangshan by Scooter

by Harris Gu
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  • Location
    Huangshan City, China
  • Duration
    1h
  • Group Size
    Up to 50 guests
  • Language(s)
    • English
  • $

Itinerary

The 1-hour tour starts at a new zone for domestic tourism with facilities including a themed parking lot and an intricate garden-style homestay for vacation rentals. Next, you will skim over local homes on the back seat of a scooter, until a scene of market pops up for you to see what locals, primarily elders, buy and consume. After that, another scooter ride will take you through natural scenery of water and hills to the old dwelling quarter that features temples, millennial trees and traditional residences. The tour ends inside a traditional architectural compound. Cultural insights are strewn during the tour for you to see through Chinese.

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Harris Gu

Hi there. My name is Harris. I come from Shanghai, China. After draconian lockdown and lockup in Shanghai in early this year (2022), I moved to and now live in my wife's hometown, a small village in Anhui Province. My son and daughter go to school in this village and they are much happier now with fresh air, blue sky, space to run around and ubiquitous insects, instead of being locked down in your own neighborhood and taking Covid tests every other day.

Before the outbreak of Covid in 2020, I was a tour guide showing foreign tourists around Shanghai. I found this job so much fun talking with and learning from great minds from all over the world. 

In the past two years, I have reflected on Chinese culture and have come up with a thorough new view which I would be so thrilled given an opportunity to share with you.

I hope you will enjoy my tours and gain useful food for thoughts from it.

Dear friends, I look forward to seeing you on my tours here on Beeyonder!

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