Royal Hotel

Address: NO. 3555 Yíngbīn West Rd, Kunshan, Jiangsu, 215311, China | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel is located in the Yangcheng Lake Resort area of Kunshan.
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        Travel Blogs from Kunshan

        Yongcang Road

        A travel blog entry by linda1davechina on Sep 20, 2014

        5 photos

        I can see a pattern emerging. Such a good pattern. Monday, light class schedule and planning in the afternoon. Tuesday to Friday, school, with the odd evening dancing and going out for dinner. The other evenings will be spent on the internet, checking out what's on in Shanghai.

        Come Friday after 3pm, there is so much fun to be had, and sooo many options. At least one day will be spent in the city ...

        VIP!

        A travel blog entry by k.newton on Jul 18, 2014

        ... got back to the hotel I collapsed! I hadn’t realized how tired everything had made me over the last week! I met up with some of my other teacher friends and we decided that we should probably go out for dinner to avoid falling asleep. On our way to the restaurant for dinner we ran into a guy scalping tickets for the national basketball game in the stadium attached to our hotel. We bartered for a while, got a good price and headed into the game. When we got in ...

        今天是冬至 and Ĉ

        A travel blog entry by kevinjin on Dec 22, 2011

        2 photos

        ... from the funeral directors written by my father and uncle, before everyone began bowing and writing a short message on a card that was stuck onto a rose. Then there were more bowing before it concluded. Nearly everyone was crying and some crying when they were bowing.

        When it ended, it was bright and sunny at the cemetary. The cemetary there is A LOT different from the ones in Australia. The one where my grandpa's buried is ...

        Suzhou - Venice of the East

        A travel blog entry by estroux on Jun 24, 2010

        ... br> Next stop, Lion Grove Garden. It is one of the four most famous and representative gardens of the ancient classical style in Suzhou City. The other three which we plan to visit tomorrow are Blue Wave Pavilion (Canglangta), Lingering Garden (Liuyuan) and Humble Administrator's Garden (Zhuozhengyuan). Lion Grove Garden had been a popular centre of literati's and Buddhism activities. Many paintings and poems were inspired by the garden ...

        Suzhou: The Venice of Asia

        A travel blog entry by mark.wilson on Sep 24, 2008

        36 photos

        ... over to the Humble Administrators Garden, one of the largest in Suzhou. The garden was massive with several impressive pavilions, lakes and rockery's. After that, we wondered down to the North Temple Pagoda. The Pagoda was pretty big and we got some good views of the city from the top (alot less pollution than Nanjing as the pictures will tell!). We then decided to go to the train station to buy tickets for our final train to ...