Jichang Star City Hotel

Address: No.23 Xinglong Street, Taisheng South Road, Qingyang District, Chengdu, Sichuan, 610017, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Qingyang District area of Chengdu, is near Dujiangyan Irrigation System, Du Fu Cottage, Sanxing Dui Museum, and Sichuan University.
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Travel Blogs from Chengdu

Spicing it up in Sichuan

A travel blog entry by claireanddave on Jun 20, 2014

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Sichuan - Home to pandas, Spicy Hotpots and some amazing scenery.

We based ourselves in the Capital of the Province - Chengdu. Our hostel was probably the best we've stopped in so far and that was thanks to the friendly hosts, namely a lovely Chinese man named Jimmy. Jimmy welcomed us with a hug for Dave and a handshake for Claire. Before we had even dropped our bags he said that we looked hungry and demanded we eat. Not at his hostel however, but at the ...


A travel blog entry by brennanrosenow on Jun 04, 2013

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... why. When sitting in the chair, my knees could touch the seat in front of me. They did not serve drinks, or snacks, and the stewardesses barely did anything. It was cheap, and got us to Chengdu and back, so I’m can’t really say I could complain.

The first day we took a trip out to Emeishan, or Mt. Emei. Mt. Emei stands about 10,000 feet high, so 1/3 the height of Everest, and about ˝ the height of ...

Drop it like it's hot

A travel blog entry by cng on Jul 01, 2012

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... wanted to try the Sichuan hotpot but although my spoken Mandarin has improved, it is still not good enough for me to figure out how it works and what type of food options they give you. They also speak with a strange accent here that makes it even more difficult to understand and there’s also the fact that I’m illiterate when it comes to the Chinese language. Should of listened to my parents when they said Chinese school was ...

Cosy Pandamonium

A travel blog entry by mikeandsheila on Oct 01, 2011

36 photos

... into your hands just walking along the footpath much less trying to cross the wide boulevards. And the shops! Almost every street is an endless parade of shops, from high-end boutiques and Pharmacies to small 7/11s and open air meat stalls. This is a huge city, with so much activity in it that it would send you mad in a week if it wasn't for the general laidback demeanour of the population.

What really saves us from Chinese overdose is the vibe within Sim's. Whenever ...

Steles, Warriors and a Crap Train Ride. Bye Xi'an!

A travel blog entry by puddlejumpers on May 20, 2011

4 comments, 80 photos

... be able to access Starbucks' Wi-fi anyway because you need a Chinese cellphone number to set up an account. Envy was able to find her an internet café and get her set up so that she could Skype with her boyfriend. We actually ended up staying up quite a bit later than we'd intended to keep poor Envy out and said goodnight around 12am.


We packed up our stuff in the morning and checked out with no problems. At the bus stop we ...