Folk Inn

Address: No.63 Shenxianshu South Road, Wuhou District, Chengdu, Sichuan, 610041, China | Hotel
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TripAdvisor Reviews Folk Inn Chengdu

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Travel Blogs from Chengdu

The great, the bad and the awesome

A travel blog entry by keithandkim on Sep 09, 2013

1 comment, 34 photos

... large area we walked and explored was very rough compared to many other large cities. Our experience was not the best and the city left much to be desired. The Arhat temple however was extremely interesting and kind of in the middle of a construction site. The temple has 500 arhat statues, who are basically Buddhist saints or historical figures that have achieved Nirvana. It was truly an erie sight with 500 life like statues staring down at you. We were ...

Panda Pops

A travel blog entry by stephanddave on Sep 19, 2012


Today was a day we had both been looking forward to since we arrived in China. We were going to see the Pandas. We were both up early for an arranged tour, which meant we would be able to catch them enjoying their breakfast before they collapsed and fell asleep in some very odd places and positions. I was suffering from a hot pot hangover, I don't think such a phrase exists but I'm sure it'll take off now (like I felt I would). A very bad scenario ...

Oh How The Time Flies

A travel blog entry by karabear on Mar 10, 2011

... However, my friend Winnie told me about this place called Jiu Zhai Gou. She said it is incredibly beautiful; in fact she said for people visiting China there are 3 things they need to see: the Warriors in Xi' an, Beijing, and Jiu Zhai Gou. That's a really strong recommendation if you ask me! After seeing the pictures I decided that it would be absolutely worth the cost to visit. It looks breathtaking.

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From pandas to yaks - Chengdu to Tibet and back.

A travel blog entry by stevebforbored on Sep 17, 2010

5 photos

... to the nomad tent camp just outside EBC (Everest Base Camp) we would be staying in for the night. The tent was actually OK - chilly but warm with the fire on and when supplied with constant teas. We even got given big coats to help fight the cold (Mike got a huge greatcoat, giving him the look of an unkempt Russian soldier). Also in the camp was the world's highest post office, where I managed to send a couple of postcards (only took three and a half weeks ...

Its Panda time

A travel blog entry by jenfoote on Feb 24, 2010

5 photos

... found the temple I was looking for, but it was just a tourist street where I was able to buy souvenirs and a tea tasting. Once I got to the main street to hail a taxi to meet Matt for dinner, I found the entrance to the temple hiding on the other side of the block. I managed to get the only taxi driver that did not know where I was going. Somehow I made it back. We had dinner with one of the tour guides ...