Welcome to Jieyang

WHERE

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STAY

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WHAT

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Hotel Vienna Jinxian Dada 

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When booking our Training + Hotel package you will be accommodated at the Vienna Hotel, which is 2 mins walk away from our training studio. 

Vienna hotel is a modern hotel with air conditioning, wifi and 24 front desk. 

We include breakfast in our package so something less to worry about in the morning.

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Variety of food options
 

Central location of our training studio and our hotel means that there are variety of food options available. For all vegans and vegetarians we recommend the vegetarian buffet nearby. All coffee lovers should try S.R Cafe by the river Rongjiang. If you prefer tea over coffee you should try Fengyang Fangliang Tea House.​

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Brewing Tea
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What to do when not training
 

WHAT

TO DO

IN JIEYANG

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The simple answer is to learn and master your TaiChi, QiGong, but visit to FangYuan Tai Chi Centre is so much more. Jieyang is the birthplace of Chaoshan culture and a historical and cultural city in Guangdong Province. Jieyang is a famous hometown of Overseas Chinese, More than 3.2 million Overseas Chinese calls this their hometown and there are more than 1.8 million returned overseas Chinese and their families. The city is surrounded by mountains and seas, and there are many places of interest. The main tourist attractions include the Jieyang Confucius Temple, the Shuangfeng Temple, the Huangqishan Scenic Area, and the Lin Zexu Memorial Hall.

Chaozhou City, just 40 mins drive from FYTCC, is surrounded by three mountains, and the Han River and Huanggang Rivers. There are mountains in the northeast, caves in the southwest, and a plain in the southeast. There are hundreds of scenic areas such as ancient walls, temples, bridges and pagodas. This is why Chaozhou City is considered to be a historical city. The ethnic group came from central China more than a thousand years ago, and the area was sort of isolated and had no contact with cultures off the mainland, so they developed a distinct language dialect and distinctive art forms, its own style of operatic theatre, tea ceremony and "Kongfu Tea". There is an old saying: "If you haven't come to Chaozhou, you haven't really come to Guangdong".