Panda Inn

Address: Hetao Ping, Wolong, next to the Panda Breeding Station, Wenchuan County, Sichuan, China | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel is located on Hetao Ping, Wolong, next to the Panda Breeding Station, Wenchuan County.
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    Travel Blogs from Wenchuan County

    Panda Ark Sanctuary

    A travel blog entry by jennykelly on Apr 26, 2015

    ... the school group who attended at the same time we did.


    We watched a mother panda playing with her cub, as it climbed a tree, then rolled down the hillside. After we had seen many large enclosures, and many pandas, we were asked to put on disposable gowns and gloves and get ready for the petting time. The zoo veterinarian gently lead the 18 month old giant panda our of and enclosure and he jumped straight up onto a 3 seater bench and was given a carrot. ...

    The First Girl Peak of Mt. Four Girls

    A travel blog entry by gli123 on Mar 24, 2014

    46 photos

    Mt. Four Girls (Chinese name: 四姑娘山 (Siguniangshan); Tibetan name: Skubla) includes four peaks named the First Girl (5038 m), the Second Girl (5279 m), the Third Girl (5355 m) and the Youngest Girl (6250 m). All the four peaks are higher than the highest peak in Alps (Mont Blanc) and the highest peak in the mainland of USA (Mt. Whitney). The Youngest Girl Peak is the ...

    Pandas and Pagodas

    A travel blog entry by jon_helen on Jun 05, 2007

    2 comments, 29 photos

    Our first stop in Chengdu in Sichuan province was the Giant Panda Breeding Research Base which holds nearly 50 giant and red pandas. It was great to see the pandas so close up, especially as they are so difficult to see in the wild, but it felt more like a zoo than a breeding centre. This was probably due to the hoards of Chinese tourists who made the usual racket, despite numerous signs saying "keep quiet"! We were also sceptical about how much good it can do ...

    Final days in Chengdu

    A travel blog entry by pjthompson on Aug 09, 2006

    2 photos

    We stayed in Chengdu slightly longer than expected due to the difficultly getting train tickets to Xi'an. We're still not prepared to sit in a hard seat for 16hours so it slightly limits our options. For our last day we got a bus to Dujiangyan to see an ancient irrigation system. Although we weren't really sure what to expect it's one of China's 30something UNESCO world heritage ...

    Chilling out in Chengdu

    A travel blog entry by pjthompson on Aug 07, 2006

    6 photos

    Arrived at Chengdu with Tyler and found the hostel recommended to Gerry by another traveller. They have an agreement with a hotel across the road so we got a room in the most modern hotel yet for just 150RMB. Perfect. We managed to bump into Gerry again on the first night. In a city of several million people we are starting to worry that we might have picked up a backpacking stalker. There isn't all that much ...

    Traveler Photos Panda Inn Wenchuan County

    The Panda crew (including Francis!?)
    Chengdu, China