Diaoyutai Hotel

Xinghai North Road, Xingcheng, Liaoning, 125000, China | Hotel
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Huludao Travel Guide

A travel blog entry by china-landscape

... to the Yan Kingdom in the Warring States Period (476BC-221BC). It was not until the late Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) that the government set up the Jinxian County in this region. It was promoted to city status in 1989, and in 1994, Jinxi changed its name to Huludao - the youngest city of Liaoning.
♣Physical Features: Huludao is supported to the north by the Yanshan Mountains, and ...

A Relaxing Day At The Beach

A travel blog entry by eddakath

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... time trying to find cheap (at a sea side resort town, yeah right) accommodation and swimming I ended spending my day slowly walking along the main beach finding several small temples and secluded beaches full of old fishing boats and nets left out to dry. On my return journey I come across couples having their ...

Another Wonderful Ming Dynasty Walled City

A travel blog entry by eddakath

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... springs, discovered during the Tang Dynasty and the town is now marketed as a health destination and is frequented by groups of Chinese Officials on government sponsored 'business’.

It’s not going to stay peaceful for ...


A travel blog entry by mert1149

... I think a UNESCO world heritage site, so it had fewer of the ubiquitous "Chinglish" signs. I think my favourite confusion so far on this trip has been a sign in front of a hall in a temple complex which announced that the town's respected citizens were actually themselves sacrficed in the temple, rather than being sacrificed to!

As a break from Western calorific produce, I ate last night in a Vegetarian restaurant which ...

Xingcheng pt.2

A travel blog entry by mert1149


Something I've probably written about in one of my earlier trips is the symphony of car horns. If you imagine, say, 60 ******et beats per minute, then at rush hour you could say that the horns were syncopated quavers; a few bars' rest merely indicates that there's probably a red traffic light. I suppose the logic of all this is to warn other vehicles of your presence, so it would be ironic if China's roads were more dangerous than those in the UK ...



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