Cygnet Hotel Chongqing

Address: No.78 North Jianxin Road, Jiang Bei District, Chongqing, Chongqing, 400020, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Yubei District area of Chongqing, is near Ci Qi Kou (Porcelain Village), Hanasi Lake, Gelè Hill (Gelè Shan/Báigong Guan/SACO), and Sailimu Lake.
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Travel Blogs from Chongqing

Chongqing Pandas to Guilin

A travel blog entry by swkemp on Sep 09, 2015

9 photos

... The buildings are quite modern and many unique. They have tried to green the city planting a number of trees with many several years old staked in a tripod arrangement. It was very humid here and the atmosphere very heavy with pollution.

At the Chongqing Zoo we concentrated on viewing the Pandas. Not as white as in the postcards but the brownish tinge is apparently due ...

Chongqing Holiday Guide

A travel blog entry by catalinaforbes on Aug 24, 2015

2 photos

... brimmed hats, a cap and some high SPF and broad spectrum sunscreen lotion. While you are walking around the city, be sure to pack a backpack or tote bag with plenty of bottled water to keep you hydrated and comfortable. Sunglasses are a must.

While you can pretty much be comfortable wearing anything during the spring, you may want to make ...

Chongqing and beyond!

A travel blog entry by jimandbettina on Oct 20, 2014

1 comment, 65 photos

... Mountain is one of the 72 graveyards for Taoism. Tao believes when people die, their spirits will gather there (also called "spirit world"). All the temples on the hill were built at Western Jin period, 265 ~ 420A.D. and later rebuilt in Ming Dynasty 1386 ~ 1911A.D. They were rebuilt again after the flooding by the Three Gorges Dam Reservoir, and now the highest temple on the hill is the only one that still dates from the Ming dynasty, and is known as Tianzi Palace. Led by ...

Melting Pot: Japan, China and America P1

A travel blog entry by alexe54 on May 10, 2013

28 photos

... Chinese and no Japanese and they could speak some English and only a little Chinese. He was cool though. Next, we went into the Chonqing train station to buy a ticket, which I had looked earlier in the day to make sure times were available. I got to the front of the line with my passport in hand as well as Mitseru and Emiko’s, too. I said Hechuan and she said 没有 (mei you, don’t have). I said, 你们今晚没 ;有票吗 ...

Another good week

A travel blog entry by alexe54 on Mar 20, 2013

26 photos

... idiotic kids idea of fun, was a better use of his time. The next point Jim would return to was, why did the middle aged people shrug them off? “I can not understand this.” he would say. I have read in books and heard from Chinese friends, that this is a problem in china. When something bad is happening to a person, many people will gather to watch, but no one will help. I think there a few reasons, but one that is commonly sighted is money. If someone gets involved, ...