Rongfeng Hotel

Address: No.30 Middle Section of Maohan Road, Ruili, Yunnan, 678600, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Downtown area of Ruili.
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    Travel Blogs from Ruili

    Ruili - ready for the border crossing!

    A travel blog entry by kreynolds89 on Nov 02, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... for the tourists. Ruili is a typical border town. In the past it had a reputation for drug and gem smuggling and illegal trading but, apparently, the Chinese government 'sorted' this out. However, as we drove towards the border yesterday we had to pass through several police checkpoints and many Chinese were having their cars searched. The town does have an 'edgy' feel (as the Lonely Planet describes it) but is ...

    JingPo village

    A travel blog entry by mathew-sarah on May 01, 2011

    5 photos

    ... past the age of ten. There were hardly any teenage girls in the village as they had been married off to other parts of China for a dowry. We later learn that the mother of the family we were staying with was not about as she had been charged with carrying drugs over the border from Myanmar to get more money for the family. A sad story. All these things we would not have picked up on had we have stayed for but a night and not had ...

    China and Burma: complexity

    A travel blog entry by happysheep on Sep 08, 2009

    ... wages for the junta's rapacious
    These days, Burma is awash with infrastructure projects, highways
    are being cut through its northern jungles, a series of culturally
    devastating and environmentally disastrous dams are being planned on
    the Salween River for hydro-electricity.
    Mines are being built to extract its potentially vast deposits ...

    Chinese government says 'don't take the risk'

    A travel blog entry by happysheep on Feb 26, 2009

    Last year the Chinese government tightened up entry requirements and limited how long its citizens could stay in Macau, in an effort to reduce the amount of money - some of it public funds - that was being thrown away in casinos. This year, its attention it turning towards other borderland and borderline ventures: casinos in Burma. Why? Chinese are getting kidnapped. And scammed. Funny thing ...

    Cross-border drug smuggling: China-Burma

    A travel blog entry by happysheep on Feb 16, 2009

    China has something of a drugs problem. Not that you would know it. There's little evidence of drug use, compared to the West. Sure, I've been in bars when joints are passed around (including one by a policeman). And in a nightclub I got offered a line of cocaine (but it was probably ketamin or horse tranquilizor). China keeps a pretty tight lid on things and you are unlikely ...