Ruisheng Hostel

Beside Telecommunication Business Hall, No.17 South 3rd Section of 1st Ring Road, Wuhou District, Chengdu, Sichuan, 610041, China | Resort
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This resort, located on Beside Telecommunication Business Hall, No.17 South 3rd Section of 1st Ring Road, Wuhou District, Chengdu, is near Giant Panda Breeding Research Base (Xiongmao Jidi), Dujiangyan Irrigation System, Du Fu Cottage, and Qingyang Palace (Green Ram Temple).
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Travel Blogs from Chengdu

The Panda Bear Necessities of Life

A travel blog entry by matfloyd on Sep 22, 2012

2 comments, 14 photos

... Instead we were greeted with eight of them all feeding together. The sight was just so arresting, it’s such a privilege to see one or two of these endangered species, let alone eight, all feeding and playing together. We stood and watched for fully fifteen minutes, totally fascinated, until the throng got impatient, as everyone waits for their turn at the rail to view these magnificent creatures.

We spotted a queue going into ...

Adjusting to My Job in the Crazy City of Chengdu

A travel blog entry by tara.krenek on Feb 17, 2012

2 comments, 117 photos

... a feeling it is probably pretty bad in areas such as New York, but I think China's bus system is probably the worst in the world because there is simply too many people here. After my crazy day with the bus, I decided to see how many people actually live in Chengdu, and I found the results quite astounding. 14,867,959 people live in Chengdu, and it is not that big area-wise. I then researched New York and found that 8,391,881 people live in that city. Therefore, ...

Off to the races

A travel blog entry by dcinternational on Jul 08, 2011

18 photos

... A few guys seems to loose it on the flip trick and when unable to right themselves the members of the crowd would jump out in front of these galloping horse to bring them to bay to stop the horses from trampling and killing the now ex-riders. Most of the horse seemed half wild and as crazy as the riders doing the tricks. Only a few actually seemed to like being ridden. The breed them tough out in these parts. Thankfully no one seemed to get badly hurt - this ...

Pleasure trip

A travel blog entry by mar-2011 on May 28, 2011

1 comment, 18 photos

... the necessary bus directions in Chinese, I managed to find the Public Security Bureau without much delay. Unfortunately my timing was a bit off, walking into the office and accidentally waking up the lady responsable while she was having her lunch nap behind her desk. Hmm... not a great way to start off.

After 15 minutes I was allowed to take a seat. After one look at my papers, she told me that the registration form from my hostel in Chengdu ...

To Chengdu, Sichuan

A travel blog entry by chopstickchase on Mar 15, 2011

15 photos

... protections. The oldest continuous irrigation project is 2200 years old – a UNESCO world heritage site – 55 Km west of Chengdu. At the time there were no dams – the river was divided into two parts, with one half of the river diverted for an irrigation canal, so the region avoided both droughts and floods. It is called the Du Jaing Yan project. There is not much direct sunshine in this city though – quite ...