The mansion is a fortified house compound about 50 kilometres from Louyang. It was largely built in the 18th century and stands between a river and a hill. The family rooms at the back are excavated i...
Well Preserved Ming-Qing Dynasty Kang Family Estate
Well preserved enormous Kang family estate from Ming-Qing dynasty. Big estate owned by local family since the Ming dynasty with members having served as government officials and run large business. De...
This is the only place of its type I have been to in China. Much more interesting than the forbidden city. There is furniture and photos and you can actually imagine people living there. The courtyard...
The Kang Million Manor, one of China's three major manors, is a large estate whose history bridges the Chinese Ming, Qing and Republic eras. It has been called the spiritual home of Henan and a model of Central Plains architecture. The entire estate consists of 19 distinct sections, covering a massive area, however some sections are currently not open to the public. The architecture of the Kang Million Estate displays a unique style, showcasing multiple facets of Chinese traditional culture. The sculptures on the property are also quite beautiful, and visitors have admired them for many years running.
Heluo Kang's Home
Xiaoshulin Pijiu Square
Huayu International Hotel
Home Inn (KangBaiWan manor shop of Gongyi railway station)