Gold Leaf Hotel

No.9 Guanjing Road, Dujiangyan, Sichuan, 611830, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.9 Guanjing Road, Dujiangyan.
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Travel Blogs from Dujiangyan

A Qiang Wedding

A travel blog entry by mrconfused on Jan 01, 2008

24 photos

... We visited several houses (all belonging to Sophie's relatives; in fact, everyone in the village seemed to be related to everyone else in some way), and few of them had anything more than a fridge and that necessity, a TV. At one point, Sophie asked us if we thought it was a very poor village. Technology aside, it was true that the villagers had little in the way of material possessions; there were very few motorbikes around, I only saw one car on the very edge of the ...

Notes from the World's Next Superpower

A travel blog entry by hanandvern on Sep 29, 2007

21 photos

... you see it for yourself. The thing is you can actually see it. Everything beyond 200m away disappears into a grey haze like a 90s video game creation to save polygon rendering power. It covers anything remaining still long enough with a thick film of brown-grey dirt, nothing escapes. Only the roads get a short respite as they are hosed down each day in an endless futile cleaning cycle. Walking around is an issue because not ...

Pandas and Pagodas

A travel blog entry by jon_helen on Jun 05, 2007

2 comments, 29 photos

... watch. Sure enough the square was full of seemingly spontaneous performances. There were groups of ladies performing oriental dancing with brightly coloured fans, mixed groups doing aerobics style dancing, without an instructor but somehow totally in synch. Other less coordinated groups included elderly ladies attempting the fan dance and an orchestra to which a large group were singing, following words projected onto a screen. Our favourite was an enthusiastic ...

Giant Buddha and Panda Spotting

A travel blog entry by sianandjim on Dec 10, 2006

33 photos

... From that day, every time I winge, he reminds me of it. After such a great morning we packed up and prepared to move on, before we caught our train though we went to sample a Sichuanese hotpot. The province of Sichuan is famous throughout China for it's very fiery food. They use a lot of chillies and pungent peppercorns so the hotpot lived up to its name. We boarded our train that afternoon, slightly woozy from the beers and with buzzing mouths from all the ...

Oy vey!

A travel blog entry by madmetro on Sep 05, 2006

... from Zhongdian. Well, we woke at 5:30 in the morning on Monday to depart to litang, about a 5 hour drive north. From Litang, I moved eastward to Kangding on the same day. I spent the night in Kangding, and have finally made it to Chengdu, which is another 5 hour trip. Here's an overview of the Sichuan cities in a nutshell. Unfortunately, I didn't get to see much of Litang. It seemed to be a town that has sprouted on the highway, not offering much. However, I'm ...