Mekong River International Youth Hostel

Address: Jinglan international No. G building Menglong Rd(facing to Caiqingchun restaurant), Jinghong, Yunnan, China | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Jinglan international No. G building Menglong Rd(facing to Caiqingchun restaurant), Jinghong, is near Jingzhen Octagonal Pavilion.
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Travel Blogs from Jinghong

Forest Cafe Trek

A travel blog entry by linda1davechina on Feb 11, 2013

5 comments, 35 photos

... beers together. And John Williams, I swear that your double lives in this village! He even talked and laughed like you! They were asking about our family, and so I showed them the photo of our family just before Janie and Raj's wedding. They thought all of our girls were gorgeous, but when they realized that Ana was the only single one, one of them was hilarious. "Annnnnaaaa!! Aaannnnnaaa!"

To be continued...


Markets and gardens

A travel blog entry by jandkross on Nov 25, 2012

38 photos

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At night we found our way to our friends’ “Mekong Café”. The food was excellent. Keith had beef bourguignon and I had Dai lemon fish. The Dai are the local tribe in this area and the fish, fresh from the river and cooked with a finely chopped mix of herbs and salad, was spicy and delicious. Afterwards we chatted with the Frenchman for a while who told us some more about his life which started in Senegal, Cameroon and Gabon in the ...

Do you know the way to Jinghong?

A travel blog entry by parleusted on Jul 07, 2012

3 comments, 12 photos

... prevent landslides. There were relentless 15km long upgrades followed by tunnels and equally long downgrades. It seemed brand new with several service stations along the way still under construction.

We pulled into Mojiang a little before 5 pm and got a negative answer at the ticket counter. No more JInghong buses today. Come back tomorrow morning. Someone at the other counter heard this and suggested that we take a bus to Pu'er (150 km away) and try there. ...

A Day in Xīshuāngbǎnnà

A travel blog entry by michellendave on Jan 29, 2012

54 photos

... a house. This is the place they hand-make paper from bark using an ancient traditional process. I read a placard that described a five step process and an eleven step process. It did not say which process they were using in this workshop but the process is; chopping pulp, soaking, cooking, pounding, casting, drying. The finished product is a rough natural colored paper. The paper is used for tea packaging, writing, painting, lanterns, ...

Sweet and Sour

A travel blog entry by mikeandsheila on Nov 10, 2011

19 photos

... crowds and the "me first" attitude, you are seduced by friendly, happy folks enjoying simple pleasures.

Down on the river front, there is a pathed and decorated walkway overlooked by new high rises and a host of restaurants and bars. The Mekong is a pleasure for us to see again. We last experienced this mighty river when we were in Laos in 2006, so it is nostalgic for us to be beside it again. Originally, we had looked into taking a boat from Jinghong to Huoy Xai ...