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Could you give an address or phone number for both these places please?
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Sorry, don't have a number for Heilongtan and Cloud 9 must have a different contact number now as asiababy has found. Both are easy to find however off County Road 42 in Pinglin. Cloud 9 is first, and well marked, and Heilongtan is another 20 minutes down the road, and also well marked. You'll see signs for it the whole way.
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