Bin Jiang Garden Hotel

Address: Sunth Building A, Dongpohu Plaza, Binhu Road, Dongpo District, Meishan, Sichuan, 610020, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Sunth Building A, Dongpohu Plaza, Binhu Road, Dongpo District, Meishan.
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    Travel Blogs from Meishan

    Off to LeShan

    A travel blog entry by sasoz on Apr 17, 2013

    This morning at 9.30am I am going to LeShan and then staying the night at Emeishan before I go up Mount Emei(oomay) on Thursday. Not sure if they will have any sort of internet there so I may be offline for a day. The weather there is 8-31. So it will be hot and I packed all warm clothes..doh. I have been dripping most of the time as the humidity is very ...

    Trip to Leshan and Emei Mountain

    A travel blog entry by iceman9gem on Jun 10, 2011

    91 photos

    ... space between believer and the sublime so I kind of stepped back and walked around a bit and didn't get to close to the Buddhist people as they did their thing.

    We had dinner at the hotel and then a few of us: Stamen, Nathan, Stephen, Greg, Stan, Geoffrey and I wandered around the local area a bit. We found a traveler's hostel in some random alley and talked a bit with a French dude. There was also a cute little puppy ...

    Sooty Sichuan

    A travel blog entry by pollyandmikey on Jan 18, 2011

    5 photos

    ... the right road out of the city, we agreed that as long as we were heading south, we were on the right track for Vietnam (some 800 miles away!).
    Not far out of this super modern city, we found ourselves in the bleakest of surroundings. It was industrial and miserable. And so it continued for two hours. The towns we passed through were seriously depressing. Chimneys puffed out smoke, village sized factories lined the roads and amongst it all, ...

    Grand Buddha

    A travel blog entry by aarondavid on Feb 19, 2010

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... explore the mountain/park surrounding the giant Buddha. The area is very lush with birds chirping everywhere. The walk between sights was tranquil. I honestly thought the rest of the park would be average compared to the giant Buddha but I was surprised to find a village with many caves and gardens which proved to be a highlight of my visit.

    You can easily spend an entire day wandering around the gardens ...

    A big, wet Buddha

    A travel blog entry by youngtravellers on Feb 08, 2008

    22 photos

    ... the rain helped us out, but it was still blatantly obvious that there are, in fact, a billion Chinese in China. Travis complained a lot, mostly because the queue to get to the bottom of the Buddha was really long and really wet. We made it eventually. The giant Buddha was carved into a cliff where three rivers converge in the southern end of Leshan. Before the Buddha the waters were terribly harsh and attempts to travel on ...