King Land Hotel

Address: No.6 Jingde Road, Jinghong, Yunnan, 666100, China | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Downtown area of Jinghong, is near Jingzhen Octagonal Pavilion.
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    Travel Blogs from Jinghong

    Yunnan, Garden of China

    A travel blog entry by agbucks on Sep 13, 2014

    9 photos

    ... type of black tea.

    *Along our route there are also banana plantations. As we pass by village markets, it is obvious that the fruit grown locally is becoming more varied and much more exotic. No wonder that Yunnan is such a rich and pleasant place to be.

    *Tonight we are staying in a town called Lancang. It is the closest point of our trip to the Myanmar border. As we enter into border areas with the SE Asian countries, the Chinese police road checks are again becoming ...

    Tea, tea, and tea.

    A travel blog entry by jbingham on Jul 02, 2013

    ... all tired from a rough day motor-biking and intensely focusing on the path (it’s mentally draining). Also, the caffeine from the tea was hitting me hard—caffeine makes me sleep due to my meds. The older brother’s kid jumped up on him at the dinner table and indicated it was time for bed so we all went to the other house to sleep. Alexi and I stayed out a little longer to look at the stars, which were as vibrant as I’ve ever seen them in china; perhaps in ...

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    A travel blog entry by linda1davechina on Feb 12, 2013

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... a good idea to come inside the house at 5 in the morning, just to hear his voice echo! They were also useful at times. When we felt lost, and had given up hope of ever getting to a village, the crow of a rooster gave us hope. All hens, roosters, chickens and ducks were allowed to roam freely, and they were everywhere.

    We saw roosters being trained how to cock fight, as well as being used as bait to catch wild cats. The wild cat ...

    Jinghong teetering on the border

    A travel blog entry by rootsandroutes on Jul 01, 2012

    11 photos

    ... huge empire felt so out of place that it was almost a novelty to find one here. Nonetheless, we took great pleasure in playing on it for a while, watched from a distance by chuckling locals.

    The park ran along the banks of the mighty Mekong River, which rumbled along the entire length of the South-East Asian land mass, from China, along the Lao-Thai border, and into Cambodia, before depositing its murky waters in the Pacific Ocean. It felt like the river held together ...

    From Jinghong to Kunming

    A travel blog entry by aaronpolarbear on May 27, 2012

    7 photos

    ... eating and pointed at a bowl of soup and held up two fingers to indicate that we each wanted one. I also pointed at a bottle of beer on the menu and was soon brought another large bottle of a local weak beer. They immediately brought us two small plastic cups with water, which we assumed was safe to drink before bringing out two servings of noodle soup with chunks of mystery meat in it. It was actually very good and the bill came to 24 Yuan, 8 Yuan each for the ...