Dingfeng Hotel

Address: No.22 Yuejin Road, Yushan Town, Kunshan, Jiangsu, 200315, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Downtown area of Kunshan, is near Twin Bridges (Shuang qiao), Shen's Residence, Quanfu Temple and Nanhu Garden, and Chengxu Taoist Temple.
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Travel Blogs from Kunshan

A pet chicken sighting!

A travel blog entry by allytiger on May 31, 2015

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... for OPT (oral placement tests) and planning from 1-3:15 I hoed with a marketing event in the Knowledge and Innovation center's plaza. A lot of different English schools set up displays with games and information but there were vendors set up as well. One table sold British themed items like model cars, blanket/tapestries, and tin played for your wall. He had an amusing collection of pictures including The Mona Lisa smoking a joint, Uncle Sam with ...

Last day in Shanghai

A travel blog entry by crumble14 on May 10, 2015

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We have now split with the group and said our goodbyes to everyone. Visited some great places in the city which is so colourful at night with all the lights. Had a great last night with a meal and then most went on for drinks in The Bund brewery where they do a special beer which has no chemicals added. Dave loved the dark beer. We finally got back to the hotel at 2 am so taking it easy for our ...

China in our hands (see what we did there?)

A travel blog entry by 2drifters on Apr 04, 2015

4 comments, 4 photos

Our China visit continued with one day in Xi'an to visit the Terracotta Warriors. This 8,000 strong army was created 2,200 years ago for the tomb of Qin Shi Huang, the first emperor of China, so that the soldiers could protect him in the afterlife. They are life sized and have individual facial features (believed to be modelled on real soldiers). The Terracotta Army took 40 years to complete, which is quite some funeral plan. Unfortunately the emperor wasn't the most popular man, ...


A travel blog entry by kas19 on Dec 06, 2014

I woke with a full blow cold. I had had enough of China but we had one last day. We took advantage of the wifi and I Facetimed home. After which I felt better having the chance to express some of our China adventures and misadventures. We taxied down to the 2010 World Expo site admiring the grounds. We opted for an Italian dinner before taking the subway to ...


A travel blog entry by k.newton on Jul 18, 2014

... about the national team! The game was amazing (China lost by 1 point to Serbia, but it was alright) and we couldn’t believe we had gotten so lucky!

About halfway through the game we noticed a very tall man that kept showing up on the big screen, we asked Jason who it was and he casually said it was Yao Ming! It took about 30 seconds to sink in and we were freaking out! He was escorted out by her security and after some serious pushing and herding by ...