Gongga Hotel

Address: Gongga Avenue, Moxi Zhen, Hailuogou , Luding County, Sichuan, 626100, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Gongga Avenue, Moxi Zhen, Hailuogou , Luding County.
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        Travel Blogs from Luding County

        Chengdu Panda Base and Leshan Buddha

        A travel blog entry by allytiger on Aug 26, 2015

        1 comment, 40 photos

        ... to complete the Buddha trip if you walk. We took plenty of pictures with the Buddha then had our van drop us off at the Leshan bus station so we could catch a train Mt. Emei. Luckily the woman knew we wanted to go to the mountain and not just the city of Emei and corrected which station I listed. A 40 minute bus ride brought us to Mt. Emei, the city at the base of the mountain. We heard a lot of comments about laowai on the bus because there weren't too many of us. We almost missed the ...

        Mt. Emei and monkeys

        A travel blog entry by allytiger on Aug 25, 2015

        2 comments, 38 photos

        ... very well. We ended up having egg and tomato, shredded potato, some kind of cold beef with spice on the side, fried rice, and very gingery twice cooked pork. We also had a liter and a half of beer but instead of giving us glasses we had bowls to drink out of. The waitress found us very amusing, some of my friends are trying to learn Chinese and very carefully broke down the cost of our dinner. She gave us a 4 kuai discount so dinner cost 150 instead of ...

        Grasslands, yaks, horse races and scary dogs

        A travel blog entry by lianerose on Jul 22, 2015

        18 photos

        ... of hours to get to a big annual horse racing festival across the hills. We were lucky that this was on while we were in Tagong! There were so many people there, racing across the grasslands on their motorbikes, shouting and chanting, and many Tibetan tents selling food. Horse racing is a big part of Tibetan tradition and it happens in all the towns along the highway. Some people had come all the way from Chengdu to see this big one in Tagong! All the horses were ...

        My first taste of the Tibetan world

        A travel blog entry by lianerose on Jul 17, 2015

        9 photos

        ... Maybe they do. Anyway I found another route up a hill, lined with prayer flags and a temple, so decided to climb up. An hour or so of out-of-breath climbing later, and I reached a ticket booth – I’d just found another way to Paoma Shan! Annoying, but oh well, I see any kind of climbing I do at altitude as good ‘training’ since a lot of the cool stuff in the world is at altitude so I need to get used to it. Just had a walk in the afternoon ...

        Crazy chinese beer seller

        A travel blog entry by kai.berlick on Aug 12, 2010

        6 photos

        A relaxed start this morning saw us having coffee in the hotel cafe with about half the rest of the truck before getting on board and leaving at 10.30am. The first of 4 drive days and 3 bush camps which none of us were looking forward to. The heat and humidity made it a very uncomfortable drive once we finally departed. Initially we drove north out of Chengdu, the plan being to then turn west towards the Sichuan-Tibet highway, which we would then follow south.