Golden Summit Hotel

Address: Jing Ding, Emei Shan, Emeishan, Sichuan, 614200, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located in the Jinding area of Emeishan.
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      Two Day Asian Tour

      A travel blog entry by iamtomzhang on Nov 07, 2014

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      ... we signed up for a 2 day tour of Sichuan mountains that began the next morning and we had to all get up at 5 am to get picked up.

      That first day was extremely painful…we couldn’t even sleep on the bus because the tour guide talked the entire time. We were a little skeptical of the tour at first because it was basically all old Asian people…and then the 5 of us. But it turned out to be a really fun tour. The old Asian people were all really curious about ...

      Leshan's Giant Buddha

      A travel blog entry by marie.channer on Nov 02, 2014

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      ... Buddha place where loads of people were still coming out. We mentioned Chengdu and a lady came to us and said 50 CYN each (about £6) for the two hour bus journey to our make shift home. We waited with a few Chinese people (on holiday) who were also going to Chengdu. When we got on the free shuttle bus service (a six seater with a wooden chair for a seventh person) one of the Chinese men who was sitting next to us was trying to talk to us, his wife (I assume) ...

      Another Train?!

      A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Oct 28, 2014

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      ... don't eat their catch as it is far to valuable. Instead they like to feast on various beef parts. So we dug into an interesting dinner of brain, intestine and something else that was a little squishy they didn't know the name in English of- probably for the best. Aside from the odd squishy bit it was quite delicious being very flavored, like many traditional Sichuan dishes, with a lot of chili's. I think the burning sensation really drowns out any ...

      Modern monks

      A travel blog entry by stapes on Oct 16, 2014

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      ... the forest for half an hour, I was told that I couldn't stay there. Unfortunately no amount of gesticulating or begging could change their mind. They palmed me off on a little limping lady who wanted to take me to a monastery a further hour up the mountain. I couldn't make her understand that my plan was to leave my backpack at the bottom (relatively) and pick it up when I came back down the other trail, and wouldn't leave me alone ...

      Up the mountain

      A travel blog entry by johannakmh on Aug 12, 2013

      2 comments

      ... China?- so with six layers and a poncho a kind Chinese man donated to the Johanna cause, we began the knee-shattering descent to the bottom. Tibetan macacques swung through the trees, although we only glimpsed a few. Overall well worth the experience and the tourism was immaterial compared to the temples. Top highlight- all four of us meditating in a candlelit temple with incense swirling in front of us and cloud mist swirling in from behind us. Now onto Leshan and Chengdu!

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