Dragon Moon Bay Hotel

Address: No.1 Aixi Road, Jiande, Zhejiang, 311600, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Downtown area of Jiande.
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      Tourist Trap Getaway

      A travel blog entry by asia_bound on May 30, 2012

      10 photos

      ... giftshops. The place was crawling with older Asian tourists, mostly wearing matching tour company hats. The next thing we realized was that noone actually swims in the lake, not to mention the fact that even getting down to the lake costs money. Island boat tours, no swimming. Hotel right on the water, no swimming. The lake its self is man made and is advertised as having water clean enough to drink and it must be due ...

      Qiandaohu by portabike.

      A travel blog entry by albarnes on Apr 05, 2012

      57 photos

      ... midnite when we all took off to our respective rooms for some shuteye.

      The next morning they rented bikes again (I brought my own), and we headed to Ray's ancestral village which was about an hours ride up into the nearby hills. Although Ray's town is fairly modern in places, his village was very old and gorgeous. I haven't seen a more beautiful place in all my travels including many ...

      Chasing the Dragon

      A travel blog entry by freya.hopper on Jan 26, 2012

      4 photos

      ... uncle who lived in Shanghai and who spoke very good English. We were given a tour around the village farmland, made up of a lot of small, separate plots, more like allotments than fields. Rice, vegetable and cotton were grown side by side – none of it alive at this time of year, of course. What appeared to be little shrines were spread sporadically around the fields. They turned out to be brightly coloured gravestones, holding the ashes ...

      Hiking in China's Bamboo Mountains

      A travel blog entry by rhershey on Mar 26, 2011

      5 photos

      ... one somewhat doesn’t see in the younger urban Chinese.

      Moganshan is a place I will always remember. During my time there I was brought back to my time in Bhutan where life is much simpler. Though Shanghai is an amazing city its urban culture is very different from the rural parts of China. Going to Moganshan, I developed a deeper connection with my experience in China. It made me aware of the other side which is missing in the new ...

      Meicheng & Qian dao hu - Thousand Island Lake

      A travel blog entry by bcovey on Jan 12, 2011

      16 photos

      ... islands, and generally had a good time despite the cold weather and light snow. Many families sat back and played cards during the trip. Our meal was cooked on the back of the boat, it was simple, but it sufficed. Of course, keeping in Chinese tradition, we brought loads of snacks on board.

      The place must be brilliant in the summer. I'd love to take a sailboat out on a breezy sunny day, and explore ...