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

Nihao from the Jiuzhaigou Lakes and Chengdu

A travel blog entry by aarkventure on Oct 22, 2013

4 comments, 8 photos

The Jiuzhaigou airport is the highest in China, at an altitude of 3,300m. The taxi ride took us down 1,500m and was quite hair-raising at times but we were happy to be out of the city and in the mountains.

The Jiuzhaigou Lakes are famous for their magnificent colours and they didn't disappoint. We made sure we were at the national park at opening time to beat the crowds but it seems that in China this is not possible, as there were already thousands ...

Jiuzhaigou, simply a beautiful place

A travel blog entry by czechone on Mar 28, 2013

105 photos

... meeting with a fellow "foreigner". I don't know if it's due to the less Western touristed places I go, or the fact I just don't look friendly (hehe), but it just doesn't happen. Well, today, in the back of a Tibetan village inside the Jiuzhaigou National Park, I hear a "how ya goin'?" (apply Aussie accent here). Long story short, not only is this guy from Australia, he is from Epping, close enough to next door to my own suburb. He's actually been living in that village ...

'Panda'-monium, Chinese style

A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Aug 01, 2012

93 photos

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This is original panda country so panda goods for sale are to be found everywhere... Also this is a very well visited tourist area - a National Park, and another UNESCO World Heritage site. There were too many people in the park for the walkways - was really quite dangerous in places.

It rained very hard all last night and was quite cold - windows shut in the camper van and a ...

'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 ...

Jiuzhaigou National Park

A travel blog entry by dion.maas on Nov 15, 2011

19 photos

... is a long drive to get there. They have been building a new road for a few years now that is set to cut the driving time into less than half, but the terrain is difficult (they have to drill dozens of tunnels through the mountains) and progress slow. It therefore took us 9 hours to drive the 430 kilometers.

Sichuan province was hit by a terrible earthquake in 2008, precisely where we drove through and we could see some of the damage ...