Changlong Hotel

Address: No.111 Jinhai Road, Jiaji Town, Qionghai, Hainan, 571400, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.111 Jinhai Road, Jiaji Town, Qionghai.
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          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Free parking


          • Suites


          • Room service

          TripAdvisor Reviews Changlong Hotel Qionghai

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Qionghai

          Banana muffines in Bo'ao

          A travel blog entry by rachel_john on Jul 02, 2011

          24 photos

          ... to form a solid composed of small homogeneously distributed ice crystals. The frozen cone of frozen fruit juice tastes sensational.

          Each day it's around 40C and incredibly hot. We end up eating long breakfasts in the hostel, and taking short tours. We wake early to walk around the old village in the town, visit some old villas and tour around a very new looking local monastery.


          Tomb Sweeping holiday and much more

          A travel blog entry by sharon_suzhou on Apr 15, 2011

          2 comments, 105 photos

          ... one wants to get a suntan, women but bleach on their face to have creamy white complexion. So the few people walking had sun umbrellas.Next we drove thru town and Elizabeth pointed out the coffee shop , a few landmarks to get my bearings, another temple, and even a few places to avoid the tourist buses. There is a siesta in Bo’ao so she let me know to plan for everything to be closed from 12:30 til 2:00. Good to know if I needed something,


          Dongjiao Coconut planation- & Hainan

          A travel blog entry by brad.leah on Oct 04, 2009

          14 photos

          ... We didnt mind as they were seem so excited to have us join them.

          We spent the whole evening chatting to them, trying to help each other with our Chinese and English. Even though the divide between our language and culture was very much apparent we still felt integrated and excepted into the party, which is something you don't often feel in the UK.

          Even though they were young there hosting skills were outstanding, they wouldn't let us by a drink and if ...

          On the road....finally

          A travel blog entry by crusty on Feb 06, 2007

          4 photos

          ... side of his cheeks, begins to waddle in the familiar "fat man" manner and comes out with "Ao da li ya de nu ren pi gu HEN da" (Australian women have REAL big *****). ****en ripper!! Clearly he's spent some time in the North Western suburbs of Melbourne where I grew up. After lunch, we walk up the mountain. Spectacular views and a great short walk, which doesn't hurt anywhere near as much as I expect. The crater itself is quite cool. Been some ...

          Jesus Crust - Soapy star!

          A travel blog entry by crusty on Jan 22, 2007

          ... to learn another Chinese line. The poor local actress was getting frustrated with us foreigners trying to remember lines in a foreign tongue. On and on it went. Fun day, but I won't do it again in a hurry. The beer I'm having now was well earned. Just wish it was a Boags! Soundtrack AC/DC - Ain't no fun waiting around to be a millionaire Skid Row - Slave to the grind first 3 Metallica ...