Kaifeng Dongjing Hotel

Address: No.99 Yingbin Road, Gulou District, Kaifeng, Henan, 475000, China | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Gulou District area of Kaifeng, is near Dragon Pavilion Park (Long Ting), Temple of Lord Bao, Tie Ta (Iron Pagoda), and Kaifeng Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Kaifeng

Wasn't too impressed

A travel blog entry by starlagurl on May 01, 2015

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... was also a really nice vegetarian restaurant that was run by monks, so I wandered around the grounds and had some fresh tofu and noodles. Pretty sure the noodles were a tricky upsell, but I didn't know what else to order, besides tofu so the waitress brought me some of the noodles that I noticed everyone else was eating. Everything was nice anyway, if a little overpriced. I assume the monks get to keep the profits.

I went to the other ...

On the way to Guoliangcun

A travel blog entry by thegrays on Jul 24, 2013

1 comment, 14 photos

... on Lonsdale. They are big on the "no frills" aspect here, as was well represented by the bowl that Shoko's noodles came in which looks like it's been in use since the Cultural Revolution (see photo).

Today it's been hot and humid (in the mid 30s), but that's not as bad as yesterday when it was over 40 (see photo). Thank god for air conditioning!

More later,
Kai, Shoko and ...

Smile Please

A travel blog entry by yelkins on Apr 06, 2012

304 photos

... to Longting Park. Longting Park was beautiful, all the trees were blossoming and flowers were being planted. It took us over 2 hours to get around this small park as we had a queue of locals lined up to have their pictures taken with us. My face hurt so much from smiling after that. Just outside the exit of Longting park was another temple called Shaanxi, it wasn’t actually a temple it was a guild hall. Here we met a man called Jason. He wanted to welcome us ...

Like Chinese Disneyland

A travel blog entry by tempest164 on Apr 15, 2009

14 photos

... after our authentic Kaifeng dinner we all headed down to the amphitheater and settled in. I had heard about this show before, but I wasn't expecting very much. Most performances (musical, acrobatic, or otherwise Chinese in nature) I've been to were rather sloppy, generic, and only interesting because of how absolutely terrible they were. This one was different. It was one of the most spectacular live performances I had ever seen. The half-a-dozen ...

Teaching in rural primary school

A travel blog entry by sinybluesky on Mar 17, 2009

1 photo

... childish smile was the loveliest I'd ever seen. Helen and I went to have a rural lunch with a primary 6 student called Xiao yu. Though the meal was simple, I believed that her mother paid full effort to prepare that meal. That's why I was so embarrassed as I didn't finished my bowl of soup ( a mixture of flour and hot water ). Honestly, it was tasteless and I was much unwilling to swallow it. Finally, I left ...