King Chuan Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... small platform and then hilariously falling off.
After the giant pandas, we also got to see some red pandas. These were in a separate exhibit that was separated by an electric fence to prevent them from climbing out, as they are a raccoon shaped mammal able to climb trees expertly. At one point as we walked through it we saw the a red panda run right next to us on the path, but it was too quick to be able to take a proper photo. A few minutes later we discovered ...
... it out, booked a flight to Nepal and was there for the 12th of September. That's a story for another entry however, so I'll do my best to detail my time in Chengdu. My first priority was to get in contact with a man who was holding some items from home for me. One of my mother's work colleagues is originally from Chengdu and has family still living there who she goes home to visit occasionally. She agreed to bring over a care package for me which included an ipod, an e-reader and ...
We three mothers fly into Chengdu to bring our girls to see Giant Pandas and their babies at the best place to see them in the world, outside of their natural home in the wilderness of the Himalayas. The Panda Research and Breeding Center grounds are vast, and somewhat surprising since the Center is not far from the heart of this city of 7 million, fifth largest in China.
While I spend the morning taking the three girls to see Giant Pandas with their adorable ...
... a collection of rickety chairs and tables. The city's roots go as far back as the engimatic Ba-Shu era, though it first became a capital during the Three Kingdoms (AD 221), later gaining a reputation for its silk brocade and for being the first place that printed paper money. By Chinese standards, Chengdu is a fairly compact city, stretching 4 miles (6 km) across, with most sights within ...
... This rsearch base set up in 1987 has bred and raised over 88 giant panda cubs, scoring well over the usual captive survival rate. While so far this has been for the benefit of zoos, the center's main aim is to start returing pandas to the wild. One of the best places to see pandas in China, the center currently displays around 30 red and 83 giant pandas. Mostly inactive, they can be ...