30 Photographs of Anji: Bamboo Groves from ‘Crouching Tiger’

7 Aug
by Ami Sanyal

A few weeks ago EF took it’s staff on an overnight trip to Anji. I rode along with Cecily and fell in love with the endless bamboo groves which served as the backdrop for Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.

We spent most of our time exploring the hilly forests—and fit in some rafting and a bit of partying as well. Here are 30 images from our trip, as well as our impression of Anji.

Anji in Pictures

Click the images to enlarge, view descriptions and leave comments. Let me know which image is your favourite!

The Verdict

This trip was a welcome break from the urban life. Since Anji is just 4 hours west of Shanghai, we’d love to explore this region more. Next time we’ll try to avoid hotels and camp instead—allowing us to enjoy more fresh air and forest trails.

Up Next

If you enjoyed these images of Anji, don’t miss the upcoming post about our weekend in Hangzhuo (once the largest city in the world)!

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5 Responses to “30 Photographs of Anji: Bamboo Groves from ‘Crouching Tiger’”

  1. angie August 7, 2012 at 12:29 pm #

    Wow! You, two are lucky to have such experience and adventures. Make the most of your stay in Shanghai!! We miss you, though.

  2. Anya August 7, 2012 at 3:09 pm #

    Lovely photos! I’m glad you are enjoying your trip.

  3. Ami Sanyal August 7, 2012 at 5:22 pm #

    Thanks guys =)

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