Haofuhua Hotel

Address: Crossing between Zifang Road and Erjiu Road, Shishi, Fujian, 362700, China | Hotel
Photo of Haofuhua Hotel Shishi
 
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.
 

Location

This hotel is located on Crossing between Zifang Road and Erjiu Road, Shishi.
Map this hotel

Amenities

   

TripAdvisor Reviews Haofuhua Hotel Shishi

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Shishi

Windows on the World

A travel blog entry by drewanrohan on Sep 25, 2014

7 photos

... things.

Our group took a day trip a little up the coast to Quanzhou on Wednesday, and the sights took my breath away. Some for the scope of their exquisite and intricate massiveness, and some for the details of devotion on a 2000 year old rock. The day was full of wonder, yet again. The town is often thought to be the end/beginning of the Silk Road, and was thus diversely populated for thousands of years. The religious diversity evident in ...

We are cultural ambassadors to preschoolers

A travel blog entry by donnaterman on Feb 22, 2014

2 photos

Rachel and several of the other Fulbright ETAs (English Teaching Assistants) take turns volunteering to read English stories to preschoolers at the local library on Saturday mornings. In our last hours on Kinmen, all 3 of us read to a dozen pre-K kids. It was great ...

Rachel's school

A travel blog entry by donnaterman on Feb 19, 2014

6 photos

We spent a great day meeting all of Rachel's classes. The fourth graders had the best questions, like "Where is Russ? Who's taking care of Naia?" Third grade also asked, "What was Teacher Sky's job before she came here?". You could tell the exact moment the answer ("She worked at a police station") was translated because fifteen students simultaneously ...

Ghost town and scholar's temple

A travel blog entry by donnaterman on Feb 19, 2014

2 photos

Not a full ghost town, but some awesome abandoned buildings in Jincheng, Rachel's town. Rachel took us here first in the dark of night and told us scary stories of drowned children. That girl is TOO good at setting atmosphere. Students come to the scholars temple to request help with their studies. Some prayers/requests are hanging from the bushes by the ...

Temples and shrines

A travel blog entry by donnaterman on Feb 18, 2014

4 photos

It's not clear to us what religion these temples represent. At least one temple was shared by both Buddhist and Taoist worshippers, though these are different religions. Some temples are apparently for a local religion, which involves ...