Hua Qiao Hotel

Address: No.3 Huaqiao Street, Qixing District, Guilin, Guangxi Zhuang, 541004, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.3 Huaqiao Street, Qixing District, Guilin, is near Li River, Fubo Hill, and Solitary Beauty Peak.
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    Travel Blogs from Guilin

    Day 20

    A travel blog entry by jas20j on Jul 01, 2015

    5 photos

    ... including many tunnels and some of the world's highest road bridges.

    Chongqing is the largest city in Southwest China with a population around 30 million (larger than Shanghai). It serves as the economic centre of the upstream Yantze and is a major manufacturing and transport hub. Many car manufacturers have a plant here. Chongqing is also known as the Fog City, and we experienced this on the bus and also the flight to ...

    Yangzee, Panda World and tribal Villages

    A travel blog entry by smadge on Oct 18, 2014

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... club sandwiches were brilliant, the beer from the station was gassy and weak and the toilets locked at every station. Roz had a much tougher night than me. Forget the clickers clack of the wheels on the track, this is night mail crossing the border and all that romantic twaddle. At one point in the night even on the top berth I thought we had left the rails and were driving on a non-metalled road. Two metres below me Roz was feeling the bumps even more. We ...

    Longji Rice Terraces

    A travel blog entry by richmiketrav on Sep 28, 2014

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... The advantage of travelling just with a driver and a guide is that we are able to go to smaller, less crowded places and this was one. Where we stopped to buy tickets, there were hoards of people arriving by coach, and all these had to transfer to shuttle buses. They must have gone somewhere else because we were able to drive to our destination and we saw no more buses. When we arrived it was a relatively small car park and not a lot of people. Until ...

    Bats, rafts and funeral celebrations

    A travel blog entry by roamas on May 02, 2014

    42 photos

    ... 8217;s funeral feast. They were clipping off snail shell tips (my mum said they suck the cooked snail out from the hole), frying fish, marinating pork, dicing up frogs, making rice balls, chopping up chilli. It was a fascinating process of team work to witness.

    Later we caught a raft to Yangdi town (where we initially started our river crossing). There were loads of tourists there. There wasn’t much open due to the ...

    Guilin - Land of the Kung-fu Panda

    A travel blog entry by darrenzi on Aug 16, 2013

    3 comments, 2 photos

    ... the bus with me for the boat tour of the Li river. But it's raining, I whispered back. It is the king's weather, she told me. I think Drawsen has used this phrase before. Anyway, it was a long day of translating, but the river was beautiful and Xinba was beautiful too. There really was a lot to love about her. From the trip I learned that she is Buddhist. I don't know if that means something to you. But I appreciated the effect it had ...