Datong Labor Union Hotel

Address: No.30 Xinjian South Road, Nanjiao District, Datong, Shanxi, 037028, China | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Downtown area of Datong, is near Hanging Monastery, Hengshan Hanging Temple (Xuankong si), Nine Dragon Screen, and Ying Xian Wooden Pagoda.
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    Travel Blogs from Datong

    Not always as old as it looked.

    A travel blog entry by glassmerchant on Jul 07, 2014

    27 photos

    ... of money being ploughed into recreating the old centre of the town. There are a few surviving historic building, including a centuries old mosque, a monastery, a Buddhist temple and the Nine Dragon Screen which once guarded the entry to a long lost palace, but everything else is going to be 21st century fantasy.



    The Yungang ...

    DaTong, Lanzhou, and Halloween

    A travel blog entry by alexandmarymac on Nov 11, 2013

    71 photos

    ... DaTong, Alex was heading further westward to Lanzhou. Yet one more city in Alex's tour of China whilst working. There he met up with friends and coworkers and had a nice meal (HUGE hamburgers) and a few pints with his friends. At least he loves his job! Additionally, he has passed the writing examiners training and now not only administers the oral English exam, but also marks the writing papers during ...

    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 ...

    A spectacular disappointment

    A travel blog entry by yelkins on Oct 02, 2012

    1 comment, 34 photos

    ... to the temple which looked unbelievable. By far the best sight we have seen in China so far. The temple is built into the side of a cliff face being held up by bamboo poles and since China are incredibly relaxed on health and safety we figured there was a high chance we could die while up there. That’s not just because of the bamboo poles holding it up but also because of the line of people that we queued up inside. There is only so ...

    Datong - why?

    A travel blog entry by jemmsie on Jun 16, 2011

    11 photos

    ... day in Datong. We catch the bus out to the hanging monastery but a car/taxi takes us the last 5k up the hill. Entry fee according to the LP, 60yuan. Well it is now 130! More than double! I tell Mum I am happy to wait, she can go in but she doesn’t want to pay that amount either. So we take some snaps from the fence and then, how do we get back into town? Because we had caught the taxi up the last bit, there are no public buses. Mum wants me to ...