Jinlu Hotel

Address: Jiangjun Bridge, Kangding, Sichuan, 626000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Jiangjun Bridge, Kangding.
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        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Kangding

        Grasslands, yaks, horse races and scary dogs

        A travel blog entry by lianerose on Jul 22, 2015

        18 photos

        (sorry, lots of pictures because it's so pretty)

        Up early for a short drive to Tagong, at 3800m altitude. I took a minibus and it seemed like every 15 minutes we had a 'photo stop'. Yes the scenery was nice but I didn’t want to get out of the warm car all the time into the cold morning altitude air! We passed snow-capped mountains, grassland hills peppered with grazing yaks, and more Tibetan decorations including mantras carved into the hills in white. ...

        My first taste of the Tibetan world

        A travel blog entry by lianerose on Jul 17, 2015

        9 photos

        ... which is well over 7000m.

        In the afternoon I visited the monastery near Paoma Shan. It was all under construction, I think they were building some more temples so it was quite hard to find a way past the building works and to the monastery! It was another climb up a little hill which was hard because I still hadn’t adjusted to the altitude, but it was worth it – the temples were stunning. Glittering golden roofs, and very detailed carvings ...

        Tips and Tricks for Surviving Asian Countries...

        A travel blog entry by karsenault on Dec 04, 2014


        ... than a freezing cold shower in the dead of winter. - Also, forget every being warm ever again. As I've mentioned, there is no insulation and usually no indoor heating. Be prepared for this. I brought these things called "Little Hotties" which you shake and a chemical reaction makes them hot. I put them in my pockets and held them in my hands when it was too cold. They worked but they get VERY hot (read the warning labels, they will burn you) so you need to be careful if ...


        A travel blog entry by karsenault on Dec 03, 2014


        ... the water is still so polluted it smells coming out of the shower. We are so fortunate, fellow Canadians. Let's not **** it up. Let's carpool to the mountains and kiss every little stone found there. Beaver fever or not, I would drink that water and give thanks. Hug a tree. Give a little respect to our Earth, she works hard. The way a large part of the world is working against her, it's very plausible that not too far in the future radiation, pollution, and poison ...

        The Return to China

        A travel blog entry by scroggins on Oct 03, 2014

        5 photos

        A hopelessly loud taxi driver inspired a new game on our way back to Kangding, called 'Guess the Emotion'. He answered the phone and spent the next couple of hours shifting between what sounded like bouts of furious yelling, manic laughter and apparent intrigue. I could not even guess whether he was talking to a friend or foe, but I was captivated nonetheless and it made the hour long traffic jam into Kangding pass much quicker. ...