Hualong Manor Hotel

Address: Huanglong Scenic Area, Songpan, Sichuan, 623300, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Huanglong Scenic Area, Songpan.
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        Travel Blogs from Songpan

        The Hotel Around The Back

        A travel blog entry by free_range_hen on Oct 06, 2013

        5 photos

        We both felt pretty weak by the morning it had been a long cold night. I did not awake to anything as I did it sleep again. Across the seven nights of bush camping I had no more than one full nights sleep. The horsemen arrived as promised and several truckers went for a quick trot, I refrained having had enough of the trots the night before. Jane was also very I'll and looked exhausted. We had packed away our soaking wet tents from the melting frost and were ready to go ...

        3500m above sea level - In Huanglong

        A travel blog entry by luvlifetravel on Apr 01, 2013

        152 photos

        ... we’re here now let’s go!" Phuong terrified of heights was blind folded and led to the cable cars hahaha. A short 8min ride and she made it! From the cable car it’s about 2.5km to the first lot of ponds and then another 1km to the top. Through snow covered pine tree forest we walked the boardwalk with oxygen tanks in hand lol. There was enough snow on the ground to have a snow fight and make small snowmen. Phuong, Trinh and My Kieu had ...

        The temperature has plummeted

        A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Jul 31, 2012

        38 photos

        ... still lets water go through naturally. Modern dams do not let fish go through very well, since each dam is a wall and the water levels are different.Li Bing’s Irrigation System consists of three main constructions that work in harmony with one another to ensure against flooding and keep the fields well supplied with water:

        The Yuzui or Fish Mouth Levee, named for its conical head that is said to resemble the mouth of a fish, is the ...

        'Yellow Dragon'

        A travel blog entry by jarinne on Jul 06, 2012

        4 photos

        ... It was still really beautiful though, and was lots of fun chatting with the other travellers we had met.

        All-in-all a good day!

        The following day we, along with John, hopped on a bus to first Zoige, and then changed buses to Langmusi, seeing grasslands strewn with Tibetan tents and their livestock along the way.

        Stopovers in Songpan and Zoige

        A travel blog entry by julie_sam42 on Apr 20, 2012

        18 photos

        ... 8217;. The town was mostly Tibetan and here, unlike in Deqin, looked and dressed Tibetan like we imagined it. While we were in yet another teahouse, an indoor one this time, we both had headaches and wondered if there was a gas leak or something, but then worked out that it was the altitude, as we were back above 3000m.

        For the previous few weeks, we’d been organising our trip to Tibet. To go to Tibet, you need a travel permit and to get ...