Jiulong Hotel

Address: Jiuzahigou Scenic Zone, Jiuzhaigou, Sichuan, 623402, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Jiuzahigou Scenic Zone, Jiuzhaigou, is near Huanglong Scenic Valley and Songpan horse trek.
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Travel Blogs from Jiuzhaigou

Jiuzhaigou National Park

A travel blog entry by lorivic on Sep 06, 2014

10 photos

... from the water which was just awesome, just what I needed in the afternoon after being around so many people. It made me start loving the park and I might have started going crazy taking so many pictures of random empty paths ^^ I was enjoying myself so much that I nearly forgot the time, I ended up having to run for the nearest bus stop to take me out of the park. I was a sweaty betty by the time I get back to the bus 5 minutes late... I'm not the last one though. When we ...

Huanglong the national Park.

A travel blog entry by keithandkim on Sep 15, 2013

3 comments, 52 photos

... flowing pools of colourful water, that take sediment and minerals from the rocks and form rings that dam up small pools before running down to make new ones. It is beautiful and quite shocking at the precious, yet delicate formations of the pool walls. Near the top of the mountain there is an old temple with a stunning snowcapped backdrop. The park is much smaller, but almost as beautiful as Jiuzhaiguo.

The last few ...


A travel blog entry by ryness on Nov 19, 2012

16 photos

JO-Z-EYE-GO After a few weeks trekking through the mountains you'd have thought we'd had enough with them but we weren't done yet! We landed at Jiuzhaigou airport at about 1pm and it was four degrees and we were at 3500 metres! We were told that the drivers of buses that came through these mountains previously had to pass tough tests and had to have years of experience due to the bad roads (that rung some bells). These days, the roads through the mountains ...


A travel blog entry by beara2beijing on May 29, 2012

38 photos

... one which we stayed in for two nights - Zhuo Ma's offers genuine Tibetian 'homestay' accommodation, offering three meals a day - her breakfasts are to die for, made up of freshly baked brown bread, dipped in home made honey along with two poached eggs - what a feed at 6 am in the morning? Our park visit began at ...

'Made In China' (By A Glacier Or Two)

A travel blog entry by jenanddanrtw on Nov 19, 2011

3 comments, 53 photos

... is more than half the original price. It turned out that everybody else had the same idea and we walked up to the main entrance to find a sea of Chinese tourist groups all with matching hats and waving flags. Eek!

We waded through the never ending sea of tourists to the ticket office and managed to get our entrance and bus tickets with no worries, now all we had to do was get on the bus which we found out wasn’t going to be as easy.

We queued ...