Phoenix Lake Hotel

Baoguo Temple Area, Emeishan, Sichuan, 614201, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Emeishan

Emei Shan mountain

A travel blog entry by pembrokepandas on Jul 11, 2014

3 comments, 8 photos

... lucky number for Buddhists. Behind the statue was another beaut temple and the views of the surrounding mountains and valleys were stunning. Of course the Pembroke pandas could not leave before browsing the souvenir stalls and a cheeky panda-related purchase in preparation for the panda visit tomorrow. After lunch #eggandtomato #luvyateresa we hopped back on the bus for the bumpiest ride ever back down the mountains #writingthisonthebusnow #skillz ...

Climbing Mt. Emei~ exhilarating monkeying around!

A travel blog entry by vacationista on Nov 14, 2013

5 photos

... continued on the monkey bridge where they congregated, you had to empty your pockets, leave all your possessions at the entrance with the group and if they sit on your head, show no fear. Without following his instruction, you could lose possessions that are important to you, like the man who decided to risk it and one went off with his wallet, or be bitten and admitted to the on-site Rabies clinic.

Happily I can report that nobody ended up in ...

Blessed encounter with the Giant Buddha

A travel blog entry by vacationista on Nov 13, 2013

5 photos

... during the Tang Dynasty. It is the largest Buddha in the world. He sits quietly facing Mt Emei as he blesses the nation and all his followers. In order to see him properly you will need to take the boat ride. It is quite reasonable in price and the view is perfect for photographs.

You can also get off at the bottom of the Buddha and climb winding staircases around him ...

Emei ~ Mingling with the Monks in the Monastery

A travel blog entry by vacationista on Nov 13, 2013

8 photos

... br> The rooms were big with very comfortable beds. Since I was there in November, I needed a double helping of blankets to stay warm, but other than this the rooms did the trick for Elinor and I to get a peaceful night's rest.

The dinner was served promptly at 5pm and consisted only of rice and vegetables as monks are vegetarian. If you wanted a meat dish, you needed to leave the premises and walk into the small village to get a hot chicken or pork noodle dish available. ...

Pandas, Big Buddha and Emei monastery

A travel blog entry by ste3 on Jun 10, 2013

1 photo

... room in the oldest building which was built 700 years ago. We were all quite relieved to find the squat toilets have cubicles around them, so far we are all getting on well but open squat toilets might be pushing out friendship a bit! We ate the vegetarian dinner that the monks have and it was actually pretty good food! After this we took a stroll into town and then came back ...


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