Gold Leaf Hotel

Address: 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

Panda Ark Sanctuary

A travel blog entry by jennykelly on Apr 26, 2015

... the school group who attended at the same time we did.


We watched a mother panda playing with her cub, as it climbed a tree, then rolled down the hillside. After we had seen many large enclosures, and many pandas, we were asked to put on disposable gowns and gloves and get ready for the petting time. The zoo veterinarian gently lead the 18 month old giant panda our of and enclosure and he jumped straight up onto a 3 seater bench and was given a carrot. ...

A Qiang Wedding

A travel blog entry by mrconfused on Jan 01, 2008

24 photos

... Qiang house. The interiors were just as far away from city style as the exteriors. Mostly dark, windowless, wooden construction, I wasn't quite prepared for the meat. Pigs being comparatively cheap to raise, pork is the main meat used in cooking in many small villages around China. And how do you store the pork? Obviously, if you have a cool, dark interior to your house, you hang it from the ceiling. If your heat source is an open wood fire, this has the ingenious benefit ...

12hrs of projectile vomitting later..

A travel blog entry by jhnhtt on Sep 30, 2007

3 photos

... memebers of my dorm who had to bare witness to barbaric noises of that evening.. The next day came, and my stomach started to behave itself a little, water was begin held and the single most refreshing can of coke i have ever had was eventually washed down over a period of a good hour as I slowly tried to comprehend the next step.. Slowly and carefully headed off to the PSB to try and haggle for the return of my passport and ...

Panda Day (ya los vi Monica, por fin)

A travel blog entry by christianbjork on Jun 29, 2007

1 comment, 14 photos

... as well. The best part, as well as most famous from the Sichuan Opera, was the changing masks and fire breathing. Some of them would change their (beautiful) masks they were wearing with lightening-fast speed, while others would do some fire breathing. Good stuff. Sooo... on to my plans... I'm definitely doing the Yangtze river tour, which lasts 4 days, and is supposed to go through some ...

Giant Buddha and Panda Spotting

A travel blog entry by sianandjim on Dec 10, 2006

33 photos

... about how during the Cultural Revolution the Red Guards tried to close all the teahouses in Chengdu and that it was only at the end of the 80s and early 90s that they started to gain in popularity again. Apparently the rest of China views the habit of sitting and chatting over a brew as terribly decadent and this sets the Sichuanese apart (it seems quite ironic now as Starbucks has permeated every city we've visited). While sitting by the ...