My quiet, foreign-owned, family friendly apt complex is located south near public transport, restaurants, supermarkets, malls, and playgrounds, all within walking distance. City center, train station, convention center, the West mountain, Dian Chi Lake, and Yunnan Minority Culture Center are all within 30 min bus ride. The airport is just 40 minutes by car. It is perfect for business trips and family vacations. 客房处在一个安静、家庭适宜、靠近交通设施、餐馆、超市、药店、篮球和网球场、儿童公园。市中心、火车站、西山、民族村、民族村坐公车30分以内到达。我的客房很适合夫妻和家庭。
The 118 square-meter apartment is brand new and has never been lived in except by occasional guests. There are two bedrooms, dining room, living room, a fully functioning kitchen, balcony, 24 hour hot water, automatic washing machine, and everything you need to live comfortably. The apartment is on the 9th floor accessible by an elevator. 公寓是在9楼,有电梯。
You will have access to all the facilities in the house as well as facilities of the apartment complex, including a park with pond, tennis court (small fee), basketball court, and children's playground.
The apartment is equipped with Wifi Internet with speed that is surprisingly fast, limited really by the particular website. For those website blocked by China's cyber "Great Wall" , I can offer you VPN access for free.
Общение с гостями
We are happy to give you suggestions of where to visit, places to eat, and how to get to places as we have lived here for more than 16 years.
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Другие важные подробности
- No smoking anywhere (including balcony) 对不起,不方便抽烟(包括在阳台)
- no shoes in the house
- no parties
- no outside guests unless communicated beforehand
Su Family Backpackers ( and
We are a family of American Chinese who loves adventure which teaches us to live life to the fullest.
As a team of five, Jonathan is the team architect. Annie is the artist, Olivia is the negotiator (age 20), Nathan is the inventor (age 17), and Joani (age 15) is the dynamite.
From 2015 to 2016, we backpacked as a family of five for 12 months through Central Asia, Middle East, and Eastern Europe. We got to know the people of these regions firsthand, as who they really are, and to appreciate the diversity of their cultures, languages, food, and nature.
We began this journey of team building in 2008. After years of running a typical field family life since working in China from 2001, we needed something different that worked for the 5 of us. With Jonathan at 38, Annie at 37, Olivia at 11, Nathan at 9 and Joani at 6 in March of 2008, we dived into the world of Backpacking! Our first adventure was backpacking through 8 countries in South America for 3 months on a shoestring budget while home schooling bilingually on the road, living out of backpackers hostels, bus stations and the kindness of others. Since 2008 we continued to backpack yearly through Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Singapore, Malaysia, Korea, Hong Kong, biked around Taiwan, scaled 6000 meter mountains, trekked through river valleys, oceans and seas.
1) Worked with street children in China picking garbage with them to understand their life and lived among the Hani minority in China to partner together in changing lives of children.
2) Home schooled our three children exposing them to both the Chinese and Western education systems.
3) Backpacking around the world. We had been to 63 countries as a family. For our next BIG trip, we hope to backpack from "Pole to Pole".
AMAZING THINGS WE HAVE DONE
1) Lived 6 months in a remote village in Yunnan, China where our family of five cooked with firewood on open floor, had no toilet, no shower place, wash our faces with ice, and bought a horse.
2) Backpacked 3 months in 2008 in South America with our 12, 8, and 6 year olds going to 8 countries, while living in 36 hotels and slept 18 nights on buses.
3) Backpacked for 12 months from 2015-2016 with our 18, 15, and 13 year olds through Central Asia, Middle East, and Europe traversing 42 countries, 114 locations, and 58,000 kilometers. We slept 21 nights on trains, 9 nights on buses, 1 night on plane, 6 nights in airports, 37 nights in a tent, 2 nights on a sail boat, 42 nights Couchsurfing, 25 nights working for room & board, 4 nights in a temple, 28 nights in inns, 42 nights in hostels, 66 nights in AirBnB, and 87 nights with friends & strangers. On the average we spent USD 6/person/day for accommodation & food.
4) Biked around Taiwan as a family for 7 days riding over 660km.
5) We wrote our first book together as a family about parenting through traveling, called: "No work, No School, A Family's Journey to the Ends of the Earth"