Sunshine Hostel

Address: No.168 Cangfang Street, Dukezong Old Town, Jiantang Town, Shangri-La, Yunnan, 674400, China | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on No.168 Cangfang Street, Dukezong Old Town, Jiantang Town, Shangri-La, is near Tiger Leaping Gorge (Hutiao Xia), Pudacuo National Park, Meili Snow Mountain, and Napa Hai Nature Reserve.
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    Travel Blogs from Shangri-La

    Snub nosed monkeys of Tacheng

    A travel blog entry by richmiketrav on Sep 18, 2014

    8 photos

    ... were just ahead. This lifted spirits and we more or less sprinted to the area where a few others had gathered. Sure enough, straight ahead was the cutest animal I had ever seen. A silver and black monkey about 60cm tall with a Mohican spike, twinkly black eyes, a button nose and bright red lips, it watched us as we watched it and munched on a type of Spanish Moss which symbiotically co-exists with the tree. Just like the Giant ...

    Is this the real Shangri-la?

    A travel blog entry by agbucks on Sep 09, 2014

    3 photos

    ... group based in Singapore now operate Shangri- la hotels all over the world. What better name to give a town if you wish to develop a tourist industry? So Shangri -la, Yunan Province, China was created. And the tourists have been coming ever since.

    *We are staying in the Songtsam Shangri- la Lodge which is more or less adjacent to the Songzanlin Monastery. It is the best hotel we have stayed in during our entire trip. It is superlative in every conceivable ...

    On route to Shangri-la

    A travel blog entry by heatherburns007 on Nov 06, 2012

    63 photos

    We leave Chongquing and fly to Lijiang. The industry and pollution behind us. Close to the Tibetan border and Dragon Mountain the air is thin, the sky intensely blue. These mountains are more difficult to climb than the Himalayas and Mt. Everest. Dragon Mountain has NEVER been summit-ted. I'm immediately seduced and challenged by the region. I don't need to visit Kathmandu and spend vast amounts of money being escorted along a well worn tourist trail. ...

    Broken in China

    A travel blog entry by thepeterhawkins on Jun 07, 2012

    4 photos

    ... low-key navy jacket, hat and trousers that are the uniform of the Chinese paysan. At one point there is a low grunting noise and a yak pops its head through the doorway to see what's going on. The mother asks for a small fee from everyone that no one begrudges. Out here you could make quite a comfortable living this way, but there's no guarantee she would get a group like the five of us so easily every day.

    Another evening and the receptionist at ...

    Tibentan Autumn

    A travel blog entry by tale-of-three on Oct 13, 2011

    7 photos

    ... and very rough. The driver would often try to answer his phone whilst overtaking on a blind corner above an unprotected precipice, surely saying "oh hold on… hold on… yep, yep…hold on… I’m just going to light a cigarette with my other hand"

    You can’t **** with the Himalayas in Autumn though. Crimson shrubs scatter the fields as yak graze between them and ...