Nongken Plaza

Address: No.73 Longhua Road, Longsha District, Qiqihar, Heilongjiang, 161005, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.73 Longhua Road, Longsha District, Qiqihar.
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          • Restaurant


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking


          • Suites


          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service

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          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

          Travel Blogs from Qiqihar

          The endless train ride......And almost Detained!

          A travel blog entry by chrissriley on Mar 25, 2013

          1 comment, 13 photos

          ... and I cant wait to get back to Harbin and cant wait to get my passport back...Yes I had to hand over my passport to the Entry/ Exit office in Qiqihar...They say that I can get it back in 7 business days but who knows...
          This is the adventure of a life time and I am certainly looking forward to traveling and dealing with the daily struggles of living in CHINA!!!!!!

          Oh yeah...I am staring to miss American food and my friends and family!!! But what an experience thus far!!!!


          Qiqihar Travel Guide

          A travel blog entry by china-landscape on Jun 14, 2012

          11 photos

          ... reserve for bird fowl with an area of 210,000 hectares (2,100 sq kilometers). Reputed as the town of the cranes, it attracts two hundred and ninety-six species of birds in total, with the cranes being the largest in number.

          ♠Bukui Mosque:Constructed in the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), this mosque is composed of the west and the east mosques. It is one of the largest and most well-preserved mosques in ...

          Manners and the lack of.

          A travel blog entry by baitianming on Jun 14, 2010

          22 photos

          ... pretty much turned off to the idea as we started asking questions. The school is a private school, so I imagined it to be that way.

          The other guy kept asking questions. The person who was acting as our translator was doing a very, very good job. Every thing she translated was as we had been meaning. However, every reply we got answered not only a question we didn't ask, but also a question that we didn't care about. For example. "How many students do you have?" ...

          I took the road less traveled and it was...

          A travel blog entry by baitianming on Jun 01, 2010

          16 photos

          ... home from the store I watched someone stop their scooter on a bridge and throw a bag full of plastic and garbage into the lake. Remember, these people say they're going to take over the world. I've only noticed once since I've been here that someone went out of their way to take garbage and throw it in a trash can.

          I've found a little more stable work now. I was tutoring a 2 year old. The father didn't like the amount I was charging and he couldn't find anyone else with ...

          We're doing this for your safety. Really, we are!

          A travel blog entry by baitianming on Mar 26, 2010

          1 comment

          Apperantly there is a rule at the school here that all foreign students need to live in the dorm on campus (I wouldn't know. I wasn't given any rules). However, I know of other students that do not and I was not told I needed to live on campus. Additionally, with the cockroach problem, the stink problem, the inability to take care of simple issues like, "why isn't the water on. It's supposed to be on between 7 and 11. It's 10:15 and was turned off in the middle ...