If you like those fancy "ancient towns" for tourists then you will hate this place. If you hate those places, you will probably love it here. It isn't touristy at all. I think we were the only tour...
Along the ancient town of Yankou, the small village built on the hillside of the Jialing River, the people here still retain the ancient way of life, sunrise and sunset, relying on water for fishing, fishing for a living, go to the morning The market purchases the freshest aquatic products, or buys a full-fledged vegetable in a market a few miles away... still retains the Sichuan peoples favorite way of entertainment - mahjong, or sitting next to each other Home on the street, come here to be a local day, you will be able to feel the longest and simplest little happiness!
Occasionally, a trip to Chuandong came to the ancient town of Yankou in Wusheng. This small ancient town of only 4 kilometers long and 0.5 square kilometers has many characteristic ancient buildings that many ancient architectural experts call it. Among them, the strips are covered with mossy bluestone roads. The thousands of wooden houses and ancient houses with blue roofs make us feel the old-fashioned feelings of the city. And the old people who have never walked out of the ancient town since birth, swaying, playing cards, and smashing the old fishing nets... What kind of leisurely and indifferent life state is that we can live in the city. Unexpected hopes ~ Aside from the hustle and bustle of the city, come here quietly, isn't it the most desirable state of our busy city?
Yankou Ancient Town is located in Wusheng County, known in ancient times as Fengshan Village. It was built in the Song Dynasty and is now comprised mostly of Ming and Qing architecture. Yankou Ancient Town is a Muslim-dominant Hui settlement in the Jialing River Basin. The entire town is built atop a mountain and was once a trading hub, given the convenient transportation created by the nearby waterways. Hundreds of merchant and trading ships would pass by the village daily, bringing with them products from throughout Yuechi, Wusheng and Guang'an. After the founding of the People's Warlord Era, Wusheng's county seat was moved here, making the village the political, economic and cultural center of the county and further increasing its prosperity.