Changcheng Hotel

Address: No.15 Xipan Road, Xinluo District, Longyan, Fujian, 364000, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on No.15 Xipan Road, Xinluo District, Longyan.
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    Travel Blogs from Longyan

    Exploring the Tulou

    A travel blog entry by carlabroad on Dec 17, 2014

    2 comments, 69 photos

    ... But it was a total mob scene with Chinese tour groups. Ended the day leisurely wandering around the village my Tulou was in and found it nice and peaceful like the first cluster I visited. Then spent the evening hanging out in the courtyard of the Tulou in which I was staying. I realized that it definitely was a historic Tulou when the occasional tour group trickled through. Pictures will say much more than this narrative will but sadly the Internet at this new Hostel is not great either ...

    First Day at the Tulou

    A travel blog entry by carlabroad on Dec 16, 2014

    4 comments

    ... at it was watching TV shows. Specifically Growing Pains! I said I grew up watching that too. We agreed that House is also a great show and that Hugh Laurie is both of our favorite actors. The four of us chatted for probably 2 hours chewing sugar cane and eating peanuts. Once again photos will have to wait until I have better internet. Heading to the airport early tomorrow as the choice of buses is limited. Hoping there will be good wifi ...

    Guilin in the morning and on to Xi'an in afternoon

    A travel blog entry by storylady7 on Jun 06, 2014

    14 photos

    I awoke at 6 am and immediately showered. For breakfast, I had fruit and eggs. We went to the gift shop at the hotel with all the ladies and I got a Really cool jade Buddha necklace. I also got a silver bracelet with a Buddha pendant for a gift. Terry bought about 15 sparkly clips and gave me a pink one : ). The group boarded the bus at 7:30 to go to a cable car ride and the zoo.! We got to the zoo and walked around a scenic ...

    Who Said Houses Had To Be Round Anyway?

    A travel blog entry by jameshardy88 on Aug 21, 2012

    139 photos

    Historic Yongding County is exactly the sort of thing I wanted to see in China; rural, cultural and with a bit of a novelty factor. The rolling hills and farmlands in the Fuijian back-country make a stunning backdrop for some of Chinas most unusual architecture. In order to keep themselves safe from bandits and wild animals the Hakka people of this region built tulou (Roundhouses). Huge packed earth structures that more resemble giant fortresses or castles than homes. They employ ...

    Living like a Hakka

    A travel blog entry by justln on Jul 23, 2012

    8 photos

    ... dirty and for some reason or another, I discovered (not in a good way), you must bring your own tissue paper to the bathroom. Surprise, Justin!

    The Tulou's were beautiful even if it was raining. It almost even added to the effect of the old culture. Some tulous have been remodeled and been made into hotels to include electricity. Others remain tattered and on their last breath.

    The pictures will tell all. Take a ...