Herijun Hot Spring Hotel

Address: No.30 Renmin South Road, Wuhou District, Chengdu, Sichuan, 610041, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.30 Renmin South Road, Wuhou District, Chengdu, is near Giant Panda Breeding Research Base (Xiongmao Jidi), Dujiangyan Irrigation System, Du Fu Cottage, and Qingyang Palace (Green Ram Temple).
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    Real Life Teddy Bears in Chengdu

    A travel blog entry by mistrytravels on Dec 10, 2014

    4 comments, 32 photos

    ... The Panda Base was set in beautiful surroundings of mountains and lakes, all with a very natural and peaceful feel. Upon arrival, we handed in our admission documents and got kitted up into our volunteer keeper uniforms. Before meeting the pandas, we had to help clean out the feeding cages. This involved watering down the floors and walls, sweeping and clearing out old bamboo. It was strangely nice getting our hands dirty, especially knowing we would be feeding a panda ...

    Finale Concert!

    A travel blog entry by jeremyandchris on Jul 14, 2013

    4 photos

    Today was the day we have all been working so hard to reach. The students who have travelled halfway around the world had the chance to showcase their talents, and Jeremy and i were lucky enough to participate as well.

    We started the day out by setting up the room, and having a dress rehearsal. The rehearsal went well. There were lots of last minute fixes happening all over the place. It never fails...you always want one more rehearsal...and ...

    The World's Largest Buddha

    A travel blog entry by jarinne on Jul 10, 2012

    4 photos

    In between Chendgu and Mount Emei we stopped off at the world's largest carved Buddha, named Da Fo. Standing at 71 metres tall, the incredible Da Fo was carved during the Tang Dynasty (around 700 AD) and his purpose was to calm the turbulent waters that plagued the boats travelling down the river at its feet. We had planned on making a quick stop at the Buddha on the way to Emeishan, walk down the staircase beside the giant Buddha, take a ...

    One Day to Explore Chengdu

    A travel blog entry by larlar1286 on Jun 08, 2011

    4 comments, 2 photos

    We spent the 8th in Chengdu. The city isn't very big and most of the attractions are around it rather than in it, so we planned for only one day here. In the morning, we went to People's Park and saw the huge statue of Mao, then we went to a foreign language bookstore/restaurant called The Bookworm. It was full of Western tourists and expats. ...

    Lakes, Mountains, Buddhas and Bears

    A travel blog entry by idiotsabroad on Mar 05, 2011

    5 comments, 24 photos

    ... hour flight or face a 9 hour coach ride that snakes through the countryside and hills. 150 pounds return versus 26 return. The bus was the winner so we purchased our tickets, packed some ham and cheese sarnies and were on our way the following day. The journey took a full 9 hours and it was quite a hairy ride. At various points we practically on cliff edges wondering when we were going to meet our fate. It reminded me of that Top Gear episode where they drive that road ...

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