Wangjiang International Hotel

Address: No.42 Xiashahepu Street, Jinjiang District, Chengdu, Sichuan, 610066, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Jinjiang District area of Chengdu, is near Dujiangyan Irrigation System, Du Fu Cottage, Wuhou Memorial Temple, and Sanxing Dui Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Chengdu

Panda's

A travel blog entry by glennieboy8120 on Sep 04, 2013

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After Panda Breakfast we walked a little further and came across the Red Panda's - The look much different from the Giant Panda's as you can see from these pictures. They were not as playful as ...

Pushy people and pandas

A travel blog entry by josephandjoel on Sep 24, 2012

1 comment, 40 photos

... cook meat and veggies. Think of it as Tabasco fondue. It was the
hottest think that I have ever put in my mouth. We knew it was bad when locals
around us were chugging milk and leaving with napkins plastered to their heads
to soak up the sweat.

Our real reason for coming to Chengdu was to go and see some
pandas. About an hour out of town is a panda research and breeding facility
where you can get up close and personal with these giant ...

Saved by a Hostel and Lonely Planet

A travel blog entry by perpetuallylost on Apr 12, 2012

2 photos

... for the people as opposed to the elite. When we sat down there were cups in front if us with tea leaves and a bowl of peanuts. We were offered massages for 50 rmb while we waited for the show, but we decided against it. Another man came around with a teapot with a long spout (about a foot and a half) and poured boiling water into our cups. This was the famous kung fu tea. They didn't even spill a drop! The show opened with an operatic act of the Chinese version of ...

Pandas, T-Zone, Hot Pot

A travel blog entry by rausten on Jul 16, 2011

70 photos

... broth. I observed - but didn't sample - the special plate Frank ordered for himself, which had tripe, duck intestines, and something else I didn't recognize. The place was fun - they handed out aprons to keep the broth from splattering our clothes, and gave small cloths to those wearing glasses so they could wipe away the steam. Michael was only disappointed that he couldn't keep the apron or purchase one. Once again, great food and fellowship. As we ...

Oh How The Time Flies

A travel blog entry by karabear on Mar 10, 2011

... the help of some Chinese friends we are going to get plane tickets for less that $100 bucks U.S. and then take a bus into the city. With all these plans literally every weekend here is booked. Our "field trip" at the end is going to include both Beijing and Hainaan province which is the sweet tropical island. What an awesome way to end our trip! I would strongly recommend doing a google image search of both Jiu Ahai Gou and Hainaan.

Aside from ...