- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
TripAdvisor Reviews Ziwei Hotel Chengdu
Travel Blogs from Chengdu
... On this stretch of China we did see lots of open countryside and actually saw our first water soaked rice paddies. There were lots more farming stretches and hills covered with terraces of rice and other produce. But still...no clear blue skies anywhere.
The friendly China Holiday guide at this stop is Amy and our driver is Lucas. Our heart gave a little flutter because there were too many options on exit and when we choose the west gate...there was nobody there to meet us! As ...
... The leaf tea was great, the company not so... whilst I've been here white people have just been a zoo exhibit, the amount of times I turn round and catch someone trying to take a surreptitious picture of us is laughable. The guy at the table next to us was practically an undercover paprazzi and I started putting my book up whenever he touched anything electronic.
The cuisine was ...
... that when you are hot you drink hot water or hot tea. All those milk, water, beer, coffee, pop advertisements are simply marketing gimmicks so strong that we would rather have a cold beer than lower our body temperature.
o If cell phones held to your head cause cancer then there is a chance we will catch up to the Chinese academically because they use their cell phones so much you would think they are ...
... br> One evening we went to the Sichuan Opera, a traditional show that has being going for over 200 years and includes singing, lyre-playing, comedy, puppets, spraying fire and changing faces. We were informed it was a must see while in Chengdu – oh how wrong they were, it was awful, with the exception of the lyre-playing which was quite relaxing and the Changing Faces routine which was pretty cool to see, but only lasted about 3 minutes! ...
... 20004;॥ 5;平行相邻ʌ 92;是清朝遗 041;下来的保 3384;较为完整 30340;古街道。
宽窄巷 ;子由宽巷ड 6;、窄巷子Ø 44;井巷子三 465;平行排列 0340;老式街道 ...