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Real Baisha (Photos and Videos)

You went to Fujian Tolou and Baisha?

  • Yes, it is beautiful.

    Votes: 1 14.3%
  • Yes but i didn't like it

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • No but i want to go

    Votes: 6 85.7%
  • I don't want to go

    Votes: 0 0.0%

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We know that Baisha was cut out of Shenmue III, this location looks really interesting, i decided to create a thread just for Baisha. Last year i created a thread for every location in the Shenmue Story so far.

Yokosuka Thread: https://www.shenmuedojo.com/forum/index.php?threads/real-yokosuka-photos-and-videos.3314/
Hong Kong Thread: https://www.shenmuedojo.com/forum/index.php?threads/real-hong-kong-photos-and-videos.3317/
Kowloon Thread: https://www.shenmuedojo.com/forum/index.php?threads/real-kowloon-photos-and-videos.3318/
Guilin Thread: https://www.shenmuedojo.com/forum/index.php?threads/real-guilin-photos-and-videos.3319/
Bailu Village Thread: https://www.shenmuedojo.com/forum/index.php?threads/real-bailu-village-photos-and-videos.3321/
Niaowu Thread: https://www.shenmuedojo.com/forum/index.php?threads/real-niaowu-photos-and-videos.3322/

Fujian Tulou

Fujian Tulou is a property of 46 buildings constructed between the 15th and 20th centuries over 120 km in south-west of Fujian province, inland from the Taiwan Strait. Set amongst rice, tea and tobacco fields the Tulou are earthen houses. Several storeys high, they are built along an inward-looking, circular or square floor plan as housing for up to 800 people each. They were built for defence purposes around a central open courtyard with only one entrance and windows to the outside only above the first floor. Housing a whole clan, the houses functioned as village units and were known as “a little kingdom for the family” or “bustling small city.” They feature tall fortified mud walls capped by tiled roofs with wide over-hanging eaves. The most elaborate structures date back to the 17th and 18th centuries. The buildings were divided vertically between families with each disposing of two or three rooms on each floor. In contrast with their plain exterior, the inside of the tulou were built for comfort and were often highly decorated. They are inscribed as exceptional examples of a building tradition and function exemplifying a particular type of communal living and defensive organization, and, in terms of their harmonious relationship with their environment, an outstanding example of human settlement.

Source: UNESCO World Heritage Centre.



On my researches i found Baisha Village, i don't know if this place is near the Fujian Tulou but it is really interesting to see this place, it is beautiful.

Baisha (白沙), or “white sand”, is named for the powdery white sand that decorates the surrounding countryside. It is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site that Lijiang Old Town and Shuhe Town both belong to, yet somehow has managed to avoid the crowds and tourist traps that plague its two historic cousins. It has become a favourite haunt for those travellers who want to engage in an authentic cultural experience without having to force their way through throngs of tourists or suffer the swarms of souvenir vendors! With its many temples, rich cultural heritage, stunning frescoes and zany homeopathic doctors, Baisha is one of the many must-see attractions in Lijiang County.



You went to Fujian Tulou and Baisha? how was your experience there? in this thread we can share informations, photos, videos and much more about Fujian Tulou and Baisha, thank you.
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I went to the Fujian Tulou in Nov 2019 (great time to go to China :p ) but not that village Baisha, not sure if it is close?

(Also lost weight since these photos were taken :p )

Beautiful photos, thanks for sharing your experience. Sad that this place was cut out of Shenmue III, this place looks really unique, maybe we will see in Shenmue IV or maybe we will never see in game format.

Yu Suzuki when he went to the Fujian Tulou