Sunday, August 31, 2014

Tianmen Fox Fairy Musical Show in Zhangjiajie

At night, we went to watch the Tianmen Fax Fairy Musical Show. I would say, it's totally worth the price and so awesome I'd want to watch again!

It's a love story of the fox fairy and Liu Haige (a woodcutter). 

The entrance. Full house that night!

We got a seat with good view.

Before the fox fairy appeared, here comes those tiny foxes (in red) :P 

The white one is the fox fairy~

The tour guide said the stage is made of glass, that's why the lightings were all so nicely reflected.

All the villagers came to kill the fox fairy!

It can't be seen, but the mountains at the background are actually real.

The villagers' houses.

They are going to burn the fox fairy.

Liu Haige and the fox ferry, each on one side of the mountain.


The mountains!

It's really worth the price!

Found a video on YouTube, check it out!

If you are going to Zhangjiajie, you might want to check it out!

-- Jenn a.k.a. blueyfetes --

Monday, August 25, 2014

Leaving Phoenix Ancient Town to Zhangjiajie!

For the tour to include Phoenix Ancient Town into the itinerary, most probably is just to fill in the time. As I find to travel 7 hours here from Changsha just to stay overnight and left early in the morning, is quite a waste of time. 

Break time.

Welcome to China.
This is the toilet we had to pee. It wasn't FOC, RMB 1 per entry.

Lunch break.

Oh wow. Fats..........

Ok, my favourite!

First station in Zhangjiajie - Jiutian Dong (Nine Openings Cave)

It was quite dark in the cave.

But they have lightened up with different colour.

This is one of the opening.

Like a reflection, but it's not!

The most colourful scene~

Our tour mates + 1 guide from KL.

Next, we went for a cruise at Kuzhu River Gorge.

Very very beautiful scenery~

Just like a painting!

All the natural beauty.

Mother and daughter.

There are actually people living in this building.
Be grateful for what you have.

It was a bit foggy.

There's a name given - "The Monkey taking Moon" - 猴子捞月

Walking towards the village.

It's a small village.

It's their custom to put coffin in the living room.

Lots of firewood.

Living standard is not that good.


It was a place for the ritual of animals sacrifice.

Roof tiles.

Quiet street.

Innocent child.

Delicious food!

Bridge on the water.

More to come! Stay tuned~ 

-- Jenn a.k.a. blueyfetes --