Civil Aviation Hotel

Address: No.31 Beixin Road, Chengdu, Sichuan, 610016, China | Hotel
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      Panda Research Centre

      A travel blog entry by mktravels on Jan 22, 2015

      17 photos

      We drove for an hour, caught a 2 hour flight and had to re-join our route via a 16 hour train ride just to see giant pandas. Was it worth it? .......... absolutely, 150% and we would both do it again tomorrow.

      There are less than 1600 giant pandas left on the planet and the Chengdu Panda Breeding Research Centre has been created to imitate the pandas natural habitat in order that they might have the best possible environment for ...

      Change of venue

      A travel blog entry by chopsticks on Aug 03, 2013

      4 photos

      ... to be interesting to see how this crew gets along now that we will be together 24/7.It is quite an eclectic group with lots of personalities. Some things just can't be put in writing:) Luckily Cia and I get to room together.
      The city of Chengdu seems much cleaner than Fuzhou on every level. I could be wrong??? Chengdu is the only city that has never changed it's name in 3,000 years. It is a city of 14 MILLION!!! And that has doubled in the last ...

      Stop 5

      A travel blog entry by craig_hutch on Aug 15, 2012

      Just arrived at Chengdu after what I would call the worse train journey ever. We left Xi'an heading to Chengdu on a shity train that lasted 16 hours. Not only was it 16hours,I was on an hard seated aisle seat all the way. On route I seen a few passengers taking refuge under the seats to lye down, but after a quick pit stop off at the toilets noticing a pretty big bug I decided agents it.
      Now in Chengdu we caught a cab to are ...

      Will they let me bring a panda home on the plane?

      A travel blog entry by rosey on Sep 13, 2011

      10 photos

      ... old Buddha carved into the side of a cliff that is actually the tallest Buddha in the world. Built where three rivers meet, a place where people were victims of floods for centuries. Since they built the Buddha there have been no more killer floods. Old answer to the same problems that eventually lead to the 3 Gorges Dam. The Buddha was a huge tourist spot with people lined up in dividers like they were waiting to board Big Thunder Railway ...

      Night at the Chinese Opera

      A travel blog entry by adamz on May 26, 2011

      197 photos

      ... Was looking to head to the taoist temple and even keeping track of streets signs its hard to know when to get off. Ended up pretty close and only had a short walk to the temple.

      Guess the main difference between buddhist and taoist temples is the icons. Statues look more chinese while the buddhist ones have the tradional buddha look to them. Found the temple here had lots of interesting paintings on many of the walls of the buildings.

      Wandered around a ...