Datong Labor Union Hotel

Address: No.30 Xinjian South Road, Nanjiao District, Datong, Shanxi, 037028, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Downtown area of Datong, is near Hengshan Hanging Temple (Xuankong si), Hanging Monastery, Nine Dragon Screen, and Ying Xian Wooden Pagoda.
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    Travel Blogs from Datong

    Caves, Crowds and Car Parks

    A travel blog entry by turas on Sep 30, 2014

    17 photos

    ... and prepares the food, any day. Add to this the dilemma of equitable distribution, and one has an underwhelming dining experience on one's hands.

    Thurs 2nd: A journey south through Shanxi province (which we had entered en route to Datong) saw us halt at the Xuankong. Xuankong So (Hanging Monastery); this extraordinary wooden structure, believed to have seen out sixteen centuries so far, clings to an overhanging cliff face in fantastic fashion; the separate ...

    DaTong, Lanzhou, and Halloween

    A travel blog entry by alexandmarymac on Nov 11, 2013

    71 photos

    ... at whichever city he is staying in for the night, then gets up early Sunday, works all day, then travels back home Sunday evening. This is interesting, but very tiring, so he doesn't get much site-seeing done as you can imagine.

    Also, my bestie Jessica moved at the end of October to Greece (lucky girl!) and so we had a girls adventure to DaTong to do a little seeing of the amazing sites ...

    Datong - a reinvention

    A travel blog entry by silencespeaker on Apr 23, 2013

    ... the old city walls around the entire walled city. They now stand complete and quite impressive. The mayor also took on a major and continuing renovation program at the site Datong is most famous for - the Yingman grottoes. The main temples in the heart of Datong were restored and touristified, with bathrooms and ticketed entrance gates and manacured courtyards, as well as the restoration or recreation of inner temples that had been destroyed. And now there's ...

    The problem is Spam.

    A travel blog entry by yelkins on Sep 30, 2012

    37 photos

    ... of the carriage next to a huge balding man. Normally this wouldn’t have been a problem but the fact that he was watching a Chinese movie that was all about kicking some English ass, I was a tad scared. Every time a body hit the floor in his film he would look up at me as if to say I’m next. Lucky for me that our train ride to Beijing was only an hour so as soon as we stopped I bolted off that train. Outside the station we hopped straight onto the metro ...

    From one extreme to another...

    A travel blog entry by kateandmatt on Oct 04, 2011

    6 photos

    ... symbols otherwise no one understands it, and some of the taxi drivers can’t even read Chinese so gesturing and pointing to maps is about as good as it gets - It becomes a bit of a lottery on if you will actually get to the place you intend.

    The bus ride to Datong was pretty horrific. With the holiday still in full flow, our 4 hour bus journey took 8 hours, and from about 30 mins in, people on the bus began to be violently travel sick, which was delightful ...