Max Guests: 2
Bed Size: 1 King Bed
Traditionally, if you were to walk in the home of a local Zhuang farmer, or any family in the region, you would come immediately face-to-face with the shrine toward nature. In this room, Zhuang minority people’s daily life objects and decoration are displayed, including a shrine, stonemill, tree bark clothing, bamboo hat, utensils and old harvest tools. Historically, the various nationalities and tribes used shrines to pay homage to their gods - the most important focus in their lives. The order of respect went like this: Heaven, Earth, literati, teachers and friends. Twenty-five years ago, Ping An was a very isolated mountain village, taking people a whole days’ walk to get here; hence everything remained quite primitive. Without electricity, stone water mills husked the rice. Find one here along with other artifacts from the older way of life in the comfort of modern times. You can revere the beauty of the hills outside the windows and in your own way pay homage to nature in the Harvest room.