Hongkong Joyful International Holiday Hotel

Address: Tianhe Shengshi Business Center, Jianshe Road, Dujiangyan, Sichuan, 611830, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Downtown area of Dujiangyan.
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    Travel Blogs from Dujiangyan

    Dujiangyan Irrigation & mountain trekking

    A travel blog entry by ourlifeinchina on Apr 05, 2011

    24 photos

    ... 21551;໾ 1;,不再用Ĉ 73;槎断水, 197;往砍杩槎 0340;放水仪式&# 20063;不再举行& #12290;1990年起都 743;堰市恢复 0102;清明放水&# 33410;,举行模& #25311;码杩槎放 水仪式和传 ...

    A Qiang Wedding

    A travel blog entry by mrconfused on Jan 01, 2008

    24 photos

    ... one seemed to care about this in the slightest. As the evening wore on, and more baijiu and traditional barley wine (sucked from a large clay jar through bamboo straws) was consumed, I began to get a very surreal feel from it all. Given that the village was close to a main road frequented by tourist buses, it's obvious that the villagers must have seen westerners before, but very few had actually been to the village, let alone turned up at a wedding and been given pride of ...

    Notes from the World's Next Superpower

    A travel blog entry by hanandvern on Sep 29, 2007

    21 photos

    ... sprawling, heavily populated land mass and that is Chengdu in the South Western state of Sichuan. Without wishing to spoil the surprise the place pretty much fulfils all the stereotyped expectations and occasionally exceeds them. One area where it goes the extra mile is the air quality. You expect it to be bad in a country where they're worried about Olympic athletes wheezing over the finish line but it's so much more ...

    Pandas and Pagodas

    A travel blog entry by jon_helen on Jun 05, 2007

    2 comments, 29 photos

    ... was built in AD 713 to protect boatman from lethal currents in river hollows. Surplus rocks did the trick by filling the hollows but locals insist it was the calming effect of the Buddha. We were the only Westerners there and being a weekday there were just a few friendly Chinese tourists. Jon became quite big-headed after several requests for his photo. Helen wasn't too upset by the competition as all his fans were male (see photo). We had an interesting ...

    Giant Buddha and Panda Spotting

    A travel blog entry by sianandjim on Dec 10, 2006

    33 photos

    ... glass and were so cute, both of us were cooing. Unfortunately we couldn't take any pictures as they have undeveloped eyes that can be easily damaged by flashbulbs, so you'll have to take our word for it when we say they were gorgeous and practically worth the visit to China alone. As well as seeing the main attraction at the centre, we also saw plenty of Himalayan Red Pandas, a Chinese friend told us a few month ago that in Mandarin they are ...