Jinshanghua Hotel

Address: No.71 Dongchenggen Down Street, Qingyang District, Chengdu, Sichuan, 610031, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Qingyang District area of Chengdu, is near Dujiangyan Irrigation System, Du Fu Cottage, Wuhou Memorial Temple, and Sanxing Dui Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Chengdu

A relaxing morning

A travel blog entry by ronduh on Jul 14, 2013

... people drive their cars and scooters on the sidewalk. They also park their cars in front of the businesses, on the sidewalk. So you have to look everywhere you are walking as there are people, cars, bikes and scooters everywhere. Thankfully EVERYONE uses their horns here. Apparently it's very expensive to drive here, while there are plenty if cars on the road, the majority of people in this town drive scooters. The intersections are always so busy....packed ...

The Amazing Panda Adventure

A travel blog entry by emgoodbrand on Apr 10, 2013

9 comments, 28 photos

My main reason for coming to China....the Pandas! They were amazing, it was such a brilliant day. I'm really sorry to say that I didn't actually get to hold one though :( the babies all go out early afternoon, so if I wanted a cuddle it had to be at 10:00, which would have meant missing out on almost ...

A taste of the high life in Chengdu

A travel blog entry by rootsandroutes on Jun 19, 2012

18 photos

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After admiring our new home for the next few days, we promptly set out to find food – not just any food, but the (in)famously spicy Sichuan Hotpot. A spit-and-sawdust eatery on a side-road played host to a bustling crowd of locals tucking into their hotpots, and we eagerly joined them. A cauldron of bubbling broth sat in the middle of the table, and we added skewers of vegetables and tofu to the dark brown liquid, clumsily copying what those around us were doing ...

Can I steal a Panda and keep it in my rucksack?

A travel blog entry by laurenpereira on Dec 08, 2011

16 photos

... to stand and watch it and I'm so glad we got up early so that we could get to the Base and see the Panda's at their most active which is first thing in the morning. Afterward we moved to the Red Pandas which looked more like foxes than pandas and then we visited my favourite ones, the panda cubs. They were so small and cute, climbing all over each other and playing on their see-saw. I think I could have stood and watch the little balls of white and black fluff as ...

Chengdu - Day 6-7 - The Classes

A travel blog entry by cgrace on Feb 25, 2011

1 comment, 3 photos

... material is not even the biggest upside about the English taught classes. The real upside is that the Chinese students and even professor's English is actually not that good, which means the consequence is that the professors must go slower for the Chinese students and when grading material we automatically get higher grades just based on our advanced English and use of diction that the other students and teachers do not understand. This phenomenon makes it ...