Lutianhua Hotel

Address: No.1 Shangtongren Road, Qingyang District, Chengdu, Sichuan, 610000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Jinniu District area of Chengdu, is near Dujiangyan Irrigation System, Du Fu Cottage, Wuhou Memorial Temple, and Sanxing Dui Museum.
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  • Free High-Speed Internet
  • Wheelchair accessibility
  • Free parking


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  • Room service

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Travel Blogs from Chengdu


A travel blog entry by crouchinhedghog on Oct 19, 2015

2 comments, 8 photos

... is prayed to for good luck for example. We were also told that there are many branches of Buddhism. Calling Buddhism one religion is rather like calling Christianity one religion. It sort of is, but simultaneously there can be some pretty big differences between Mormons and Catholics. Likewise there are many different levels that monks go through. They might all look similar in their robes but there are various ranks. The thing that was most interesting though is ...

Every Granny was Kung Fu fighting

A travel blog entry by jonnyanddonna on Dec 08, 2013

1 comment

... toilets. That said, before I continue, I would like to mention a particularly bemusing toilet ritual I have observed of late. As previously reported the Chinese have a urinal approach to squat toilets ie they line them up with no cubicles or partitions separating defecators. When taking a trip to the little boys room one can witness groups of men, lined up on the squat toilets while smoking. Entering a toilet to see a row of five or more ...

Pandas and The Ancient Shu of Chengdu

A travel blog entry by smithandfriends on Jul 19, 2012

3 comments, 11 photos

... same time, power goes out more than once in our travels, not because of high winds or storms, but because we are told some Wizard of OZ type behind the scenes is determining who in China needs more power than someone else.

And, while all this social, economic and political drama is happening on the stage of 21st Century Chengdu, artifacts from a sophisticated three thousand year old culture are being discovered just below the surface of this city in two ...

Day 01

A travel blog entry by annaggentile on May 19, 2012

... no such thing as lanes in China – they have lines on the road but those are just a suggestion that no one follows. I’m sure my dad would’ve enjoyed that. We made it to the residence hall and had 30 minutes to get to our room and freshen up after being on planes for about 20 hours. I went to my room washed my face, wiped some water on me, reapplied some deodorant and changed into the shirt I was wearing the previous day.


Panda Land!

A travel blog entry by charinchina on Nov 12, 2011

14 photos

... afford the crew. The stewardess would reach up into the air and clap, the hundred or so people studying her would follow suit. She would pinch up and down her right arm, then left, counting "yi, er, san, si" (one, two, three, four) over the cabin announcement system and everyone would do the same. It was the funniest thing I've witnessed on any journey in my lifetime but I rolled my neck and stomped my feet a few times just to fit in. I'm sure the man doing his stretches and ...