Qing Jiang Hotel

Address: No.95 Dongshan Avenue, Xiling District, Yichang, Hubei, 443000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Downtown area of Yichang, is near Three Gorges Dam Project.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Qing Jiang Hotel Yichang

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Yichang

Where's the blue sky?

A travel blog entry by kreynolds89 on Oct 14, 2014

3 comments, 13 photos

... arrived in Yichang mid afternoon. The hotel accommodation is good and a pleasant surprise. Linda, Rosie and I went for coffee - because we could - and then spent an enjoyable hour in the supermarket. That's not a phrase I thought I would use and is not one I would like to be reminded of when I get home. We got stocked up for the 'cruise'. This included a 700ml bottle of Chinese whiskey for a pricey 45¥ (£4.50). The cheapest was ...

Three Gorges Dam

A travel blog entry by kathrynelliott on May 01, 2014

... ships from the middle level to the upper level, going up 110 meters. Each lock lift is about 22 meters rise, and it takes about 3 1/2 -4 hours to get through. We are scheduled to go through tonight starting at 8:30. You really cannot see anything when you are actually in the lock. They are also building a ship elevator that will take smaller boats (not the cruise ships) up in 40 minutes but this is still under construction. No cost to go ...

Yichang, Beginning of Yangtze cruise

A travel blog entry by emmaw on Aug 05, 2013

38 photos

... already inside the locks; some filled with coal and others with bright yellow power, which Kevin thought could be sulphur. We walked down the hill on the other side and had a view of the dam itself, which wasn't particularly exciting, as most of the dam wall is now under water! The Three Gorges Dam Project is the largest hydroelectric dam in the world and from the amount of Chinese visiting, they must be very proud of it!!!!!

Oct 22, Yangtze R

A travel blog entry by myxr80254 on Oct 22, 2012

13 photos

Our ship continued non-stop overnight up the Yangzte. I awoke about 1.00am to loud water noises to discover we were traversing what appeared to be small rapids. The rush of water and the otherwise serene night was surreal because I had expected we Gould be on a lake, but the gorges were so deep and narrow that the TGD simply raised the level of the river. Although it was dark with only the ships spotlight, auxiliary lighting from the ship and the occasional light on shore, I ...

In which I go shopping, and make Korean friends.

A travel blog entry by jessinchina on Sep 18, 2010


China is certainly not America.

I know that many people say that the world is growing smaller. They say that cultures are becoming less and less defined and people are all being swept away by the mass media. The media is here, that I cannot deny. Ads with Caucasian faces line every wall and cover every billboard. But the culture is not being taken from the different peoples of the world; it is being catered to.