Chaqi is a little over 20 kilometers from Taohuatan (“Peach Blossom Pool”), and travelers often visit both places in the same trip. Here you will find an ancient village built during the early Tang dynasty in the Hui architectural style, where the clan surnamed Cha has continuously resided. Three creeks join up in this village, and the light walls and dark tiles of the Hui-style buildings line the creek. There are many Hui-style ancestral halls in the village that boast exquisite brick, wood, and stone carvings. You can see many students of portraiture capturing the beauty of this wonderfully scenic area.