Jiuquan Guesthouse

Address: No.42 Cangmen Street, Jiuquan, Gansu, 735000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.42 Cangmen Street, Jiuquan.
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    Travel Blogs from Jiuquan

    End of the Great Wall of China

    A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Sep 04, 2014

    30 photos

    ... Hei (Black) mountains of the Mazong range. The fort was built in 1372 and although the Chinese controlled landed beyond this area, Jiayguan was considered the last stronghold of imperial China. The fort wasn't really anything exciting to see as like most other things in this country, it has been reconstructed. Part of it was still under scaffolding. There was a photograph exhibit that was interesting which showed the ...


    A travel blog entry by nicci442 on Jul 28, 2014

    1 photo

    July 28,1400
    After leaving kashgar we travelled on to jiuquan along the yellow river. The we saw large groups of nomads in the area buying supplies and goods for their travels during the warm winter months.We noticed that the locals didn't really interact with the nomads unless to buy and sell things.One of the men theorized that the nomads had probably earned a bad stigma from genghis khan’s nomads.However the nomads seemed ...

    They don't really like us here

    A travel blog entry by dylan_chennault on Jul 28, 2014

    1 photo

    We arrived in a small town known as Jiuquan, which is just outside the Jiayuguan Pass, a pass of great importance to the emperor as it is one of the most heavily used links to the west. As such, I see a heavy military presence in this town to central to commerce. While it is nice to know I am less likely to have a repeat of the episode in Kabul with this heavy military force, I can’t help but to ...

    Day 5 - Arriving at Jiayuquan after 25km trekking

    A travel blog entry by joyce.kwong on Apr 26, 2011

    19 photos

    ... everywhere!

    After warm up, we started our 15km walk until lunch time 3 hours later...

    After lunch at 'City of Melons', we continued our 10km walk in the afternoon on another dry desert land...

    At the end of today, we completed almost 100km of our 118km walkathon!

    Hello 4 star (hotel, not petrol...)

    A travel blog entry by cyclinglamb on Oct 21, 2009

    2 comments, 28 photos

    ... to the pass was no easy cycle in the park. The Chinese are building a new road connecting their (lovely and smooth) roads on their side of the border to Osh, no doubt as they became fed up of the appalling bumps and conditions of the Kyrgyz road. Frankly, I cannot blame them, and it was the four days from Osh to China that made me glad that my bike was built for these conditions. About 50 miles out of Osh, on a roaring stretch of downhill, the paved road ended, and whilst the ...