Jinfeng Hotel

Address: No.72 Mengle Plaza, Jinghong, Yunnan, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.72 Mengle Plaza, Jinghong, is near Jingzhen Octagonal Pavilion.
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Travel Blogs from Jinghong

Kunming to Xi'an

A travel blog entry by pinkkaz on May 01, 2015

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... the largest Buddha rock carving in the world and took 90 years to build.

The only problem was we had to decide whether to take the ferry boat to the bottom of the Buddha to take pictures or hike up the stairs and get close up and personal. Both had advantages and disadvantages we were told. We decided to pass on the boat, but as I stood in the long queue to get up to his big head I thought it was a mistake. However, it surpassed all expectations and later we heard the ferry ...

Yunnan, Garden of China

A travel blog entry by agbucks on Sep 13, 2014

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... do not stay that long!

*The next morning, the street outside has unexpectedly been transformed into a huge and very noisy market. Apparently this happens every Sunday morning. We are so glad our room did not look onto the street. By 8 a.m. when we arrive down in the car park to have a boil in the bag breakfast, the place is thronging with people and the noises are cachophonic. We are the only foreigners in sight. In order to get out of Lancang, we have to first negotiate ...

Tea, tea, and tea.

A travel blog entry by jbingham on Jul 02, 2013

On the 15th, Alexi and I had a plan to head to Nannuoshan, a mountainous area with a lot of minorities, tea plantations, and jungle hiking. Our plan was to get a bus to this place, and from there completely wing it. This was a recurring theme throughout our trip; no planning, just seeing what we felt like doing. If we wanted to do nothing, so be it. We arrived there around 12pm at a "long distance bus station", which was more or less a bunch of fruit stands on the side of the ...

Markets and gardens

A travel blog entry by jandkross on Nov 25, 2012

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... s where his admiral father was involved in sorting out the French military forces after independence, then saw him return to France to study law and later renounce the legal profession and become a chef. He had worked all over the place including at the Savoy in London. He very kindly made arrangements for his staff to purchase bus tickets for Tuesday for us to continue our travels into Laos.

He also suggested we might want to visit the night market ...

Ready for another trek???

A travel blog entry by lony77 on Sep 19, 2012

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... where mattresses had been set up. Our tranquility was short-lived when we were rudely awakened by a small animal scurrying across our heads, eliciting yelps and cries, and then escaping down my legs and out of the room. In the pitch black, we never did see what the intruder was but can safely assume that it was a rat brought out by the corn the grandmother had been shucking in the kitchen.
One by one, the others slowly drifted off to sleep again but I was ...

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