Meishan Hotel

Address: No.45 Xiaxi Street, Dongpo District, Meishan, Sichuan, 620020, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.45 Xiaxi Street, Dongpo District, Meishan.
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    Travel Blogs from Meishan

    500 Meters Steep

    A travel blog entry by dreamingawake on Nov 15, 2012

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... nice to walk through... there were plenty of grottoes, carvings and statues everywhere. I have never seen so many different depictions of Buddhas in my life! It was really nice! We had to climb hundreds of stairs to get to most of the Buddhas, and finally made it to the big Buddha!!

    I saw a big group gathered at a railing, and figured that must be it. I looked over the edge and I was in awe! This 1200 year old Buddha was 71m ...

    Trip to Leshan and Emei Mountain

    A travel blog entry by iceman9gem on Jun 10, 2011

    91 photos

    ... that we weren't going to be touring with the rest of the USAC group tomorrow. In fact we were leaving around 5am and we were going to hike to the top of Emei mountain! The plan for the rest of the group was to go about halfway up the mountain and see a few temples, have lunch and then go see some wild monkeys (more on that later). We wanted to see the temples and shrines on "Golden Summit" as well as the view from 11,000+ feet of ...

    Sooty Sichuan

    A travel blog entry by pollyandmikey on Jan 18, 2011

    5 photos

    ... and scruffy people went about their work.
    Not much else can be said about the day. We found the cycling mentally and physically tough after such a long break from the saddle, especially in the relentless sleet and, unfit, our slow pace meant no time for breaks. When 50 miles arrived we were certainly ready for a hotel. Our destination of Meishan was another 10 miles away and it was a good decision that made us stop and ask around in a town which ...

    Grand Buddha

    A travel blog entry by aarondavid on Feb 19, 2010

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... at the increadibly detailed sculptures. The entire park was very peaceful ... probaby due to the Buddha's soothing chakra. I'm going to need to borrow some patience from the Buddha since I'm getting ready for a 26 hour train ride with nothing but a hard seat (the downside of the Chinese New Year), Fortunately I have my English friend to talk to and a fully charged iPod. Until next time people, stay poppin' (Americans :P).

    The Biggest Buddha in the World

    A travel blog entry by becpowell on Mar 22, 2008

    ... Out of all the shows I enjoyed this one the best as it wasn't something I'd expect to see in London on the West End. It was set in a traditional teahouse and was very intimate with under 50 others watching the show - they even served tea throughout. The finale included a fire breather and masked characters who changed their masks in a split ...