Guo Yan Hotel

Address: Middle Guanjing Road, Dujiangyan, Sichuan, 611830, China | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Middle Guanjing Road, Dujiangyan.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Dujiangyan

Panda Ark Sanctuary

A travel blog entry by jennykelly on Apr 26, 2015

... had made the donation were asked to come and sit next to the panda, one at a time, for about 30 seconds. It was a wonderful experience, as we could feel his coarse fur and stroke his head and arms. The vet kept the panda entertained with bamboo and carrots, and the panda, just kept munching and turning to look at who was sitting beside him now.


We were given a lovely 'thank you' card, although, I wanted to thank the Panda Ark staff for the opportunity to ...

A Qiang Wedding

A travel blog entry by mrconfused on Jan 01, 2008

24 photos

... the meat as it warms your toes. Being a good few inches taller than the average Qiang, this presented me with the challenge of having to weave my way through the hanging meat as I moved around the house. On one slightly unpleasant occasion, I turned too fast and received a string of kidneys in the face. Given the traditional nature of both the exterior and interior, one thing that managed to escape my attention for over a day was all the modern technology around. In a ...

12hrs of projectile vomitting later..

A travel blog entry by jhnhtt on Sep 30, 2007

3 photos

... for a more immediate date.. Next the train station.. national holiday was a matter of 48hrs away and the reports on what actually happens were thick and fast, and surposedly not to be ignored.. the whole of china mirgrates to the another part of the china, leaving the rest somewhere in the middle and everyone says that everyone else is on the trains and no one is left running the shop, but they should be at home with their family ...

Pandas and Pagodas

A travel blog entry by jon_helen on Jun 05, 2007

2 comments, 29 photos

... our plates of veggies, meat and tofu in the oils. It was an interesting idea but so oily and spicy we felt quite ill afterwards! The next day we headed to Emei Shan, a famous Buddhist mountain full of temples, tea tree plantations, lush scenery, macaques and... you guessed it... Chinese tourists. Unfortunately we had timed our visit badly, coinciding with the weekend. The highlight of the trip was getting lost and finding a path which was not on the itinerary of the ...

Giant Buddha and Panda Spotting

A travel blog entry by sianandjim on Dec 10, 2006

33 photos

... wouldn't be complete with catching a glimpse of these mystical creatures, although our guidebook had warned us that we'd better get to the base early in the day as they slump into a stupor after eating vast quantities of bamboo for breakfast. Suitably warned we hotfooted it to the base just after opening time and spent over two hours enthralled by these wonderful creatures. Some were already dozing others were languidly stripping branches bear ...