Jinyuan Kaiyue Hotel

Address: No.118 Zhongshan Road, Gulou District, Kaifeng, Henan, 475000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Gulou District area of Kaifeng, is near Dragon Pavilion Park (Long Ting), Temple of Lord Bao, Tie Ta (Iron Pagoda), and Kaifeng Museum.
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    Wasn't too impressed

    A travel blog entry by starlagurl on May 01, 2015

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    ... draw, which is an ancient guild hall. The ornately designed architecture and actual peaceful courtyard was worth the entry fee of five dollars. The museum inside is all in Chinese, so don't expect to "immerse" yourself into it, as the Lonely Planet said. There was also a scale model of a famous painting called "Along the river during the Qing Ming festival" to examine.

    My host texted me asking when I was coming over, and she said 7 p.m. ...

    Night Market Success!

    A travel blog entry by davidavi on Jul 04, 2013

    55 photos

    A stop in one of China's ancient capitals grants us a look into Chinese culture. Pagodas, parks, gardens, and cultural shows are on the radar as we unpack our bags for a day and head for the town. The night's feast is on all sorts of new as we tough the rain and scour Kaifeng's impressive night market. Humid in this part of the Middle Kingdom so we only stayed one night. Again, I'll let the pictures do the talking.

    Smile Please

    A travel blog entry by yelkins on Apr 06, 2012

    304 photos

    ... and kept saying how its home to the Kaifeng chrysanthemum festival. He told us that he if featured in the Lonely Planet’s China book, as he is the best English speaker in Kaifeng and is happy to show people around. He adamantly told us to call him when we were next in Kaifeng. As our train time neared we jumped into a taxi and drove in the direction of the station. This train experience was so different from the first. Nobody queued here, it was every man ...

    Like Chinese Disneyland

    A travel blog entry by tempest164 on Apr 15, 2009

    14 photos

    ... stories/performances employed at least 500 extras and dozens of characters. The show opened with a giant lotus flower floating on water and illuminated by bright purple, yellow and red lights. Flood lights made it day again, and epic Chinese music blared all around the stadium. Later, I was told that the show consisted of six famous Chinese Operas, condensed and revamped to be performed like a rock concert with Gung Fu, a fire-breather, horses, ...

    Teaching in rural primary school

    A travel blog entry by sinybluesky on Mar 17, 2009

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    ... half of it. I felt so sorry that I shouldn't have behaved like this, wasting their valuable food and even their effort. Also, the students there were much more energetic than me. I was like an old woman and was out of breath after finishing a game, and then they immediately invited us to play another game. Their liveliness and happiness made me forget my tiredness and devote to the games. They were all lovely sweeties! ...