Honglilai Hotel

Address: No.328 Jiading Middle Road, Leshan, Sichuan, 614000, China | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Downtown area of Leshan, is near Mount Emei (Emeishan), Bridge, and Leshan River, Friend and Foe.
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    Travel Blogs from Leshan

    How To: Seeing the Leshan Buddha

    A travel blog entry by karsenault on Dec 06, 2014

    1 comment

    ... YOU CAN WALK. On the map it looks like it's really far away and since you've been walking forever through the park, it's easy to think it is far away. I took a bicycle ride from someone, paid way too much for the ride (considering how short it was!) and realized that I could have walked down the road, turned left and been at the east gate within 15 minutes. Doh! ------ In conclusion, if you have the funds the Oriental Buddha park is definitely worth seeing and because it's so ...

    Two Day Asian Tour

    A travel blog entry by iamtomzhang on Nov 07, 2014

    7 photos

    ... seen. Apparently some people are so moved by it that they jump off the cliff and into the clouds

    - Saw a bunch of monkey’s on Mount Emei. Word of caution, they steal plastic bags.

    After the two day tour we still had 2 more days until I had to fly back up north to visit family. What happened one of those nights deserves a blog post all by itself, so I’ll do just that. Check out the next few blog posts!

    Peace and Monkeys,

    Tom Zhang

    Another Train?!

    A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Oct 28, 2014

    8 photos

    ... gate closure. The Buddha is carved into a rock face at the convergence of three rivers and it was built in hopes of calming the local rivers and protecting the fisherman. Construction began in the early 8th century and took about 90 years to complete. As the monk who conceived the project had wished, the rivers calmed at completion. Many attribute this though not to the gods, but to the mass amounts of rock and debris dumped into the river from the work. At ...

    Modern monks

    A travel blog entry by stapes on Oct 16, 2014

    28 photos

    ... one point I had to rescue a couple from an aggressive pair of horses which had been left standing on a flight of stairs, representing a fairly complicated puzzle of getting past two large animals trying to either bite or kick you along a narrow, slippery staircase wide enough to fit one horse lengthways or two horses side by side. Did the horse owners who were chilling out having a cigarette 100m below care - fair to say, not a great ...

    Giant Buddha Madness

    A travel blog entry by jadeandrew on May 23, 2012

    19 photos

    ... then we came over the hill to the Giant Buddha and nothing had prepared me for the amount of people there were!! Hoards and hoards of them pushing and shoving all wanting to get a look at the Buddha itself – the thing was like 300meters high so it's not like you couldn’t see it. We took a couple of snapshots from the top then decided since we were here we might as well line up and make our way down the stairs leading down the side ...