Tianlai Hotel

Address: No.7 Jinkai Avenue, Yubei District, Chongqing, Chongqing, 401121, China | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Yubei District area of Chongqing, is near Ci Qi Kou (Porcelain Village), Gelè Hill (Gelè Shan/Báigong Guan/SACO), and Chongqing Municipal Museum (Chongqing Shi Bowuguan).
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

    Travel Blogs from Chongqing

    Chongqing and beyond!

    A travel blog entry by jimandbettina on Oct 20, 2014

    1 comment, 65 photos

    ... indeed immense! I am sure I could not fully appreciate the engineering marvel it truly is. We were hoping for better views from up high but the foggy conditions did not make for good long range views or unfortunately, photos. Our river cruise was coming to an end as we continued along the River to Yichang where we docked and prepared to disembark. It was chaos on the boat and at the dock where hundreds of passengers were hailing taxis, hiring porters to transport luggage, ...

    H.M.S. Mud

    A travel blog entry by kreynolds89 on Oct 17, 2014

    2 comments, 28 photos

    ... matched the atmosphere of the boat: it was pouring down and very misty! All day! In fact, the whole way! We stopped at Zhang Fei Temple in the evening for a supper of delicious noodle soup. On our second full day on the boat we docked early at Zhongxian and were able to visit an island called Shibaozhai, a 220m high rocky buttress which has, grafted onto its side, a twelve-storey, bright-red pagoda which was built in 1819 called ...

    Day 22 National Treasure: a visit to Jiuzhaigou

    A travel blog entry by yanniabelle on Oct 08, 2014

    34 photos

    ... how it works if I come across it again before I leave China. I also came across these silly stands where you can dress up like Tibetans and take pictures. I resisted about 3 times but then Chun May needed to buy a coat and I was lured in. I decided to go for it and play dress up because when am I going to do this again and it was only 80 yuan about $13USD...why not! Chun May played photographer and snapped away! She also convinced the people running the place to let me try ...

    Chinese society and Anti-American sentiment

    A travel blog entry by jbingham on Jun 01, 2013

    ... finger to the White House, say Obama's a dumbass, and protest. Some folks I know, if they read this, would complain that I've been brain-washed, conforming to the American ideals or some other silly thing like that; in reality, I've just had my eyes opened a little more. I still don't know 1% of what I need to know in order to understand everything that goes on in the world, but I know enough now not to be naive enough to blindly criticize a country that gives its citizens plenty to work with. ...

    Evolution

    A travel blog entry by jbingham on Mar 16, 2013

    15 photos

    ... and just explore, meanwhile seeing friends and restaurant owners alike? It reminds me of how much America has lost its way; there are hardly downtown areas that you can explore; rarely do you know a restaurant owner(s) to the point where they know exactly what you want; how often can you walk 100 meters down the street to a coffee/milk tea/tea shop to just relax and read? You barely can--you have to get in your car, drive to the nearest chain store or supercenter, ...