Salt Lake Grand Hotel

Address: No.26 Huanghe Middle Road, Golmud, Qinghai, 816000, China | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on No.26 Huanghe Middle Road, Golmud, is near Terra-Cotta Warriors and Soldiers Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Golmud

...heading south towards the T word (Tibet)

A travel blog entry by carlosherbane on Sep 11, 2014

100 photos



After an eventful day, I was exhausted and I slept heavily. Breakfast was similar to the previous day and soon we were off…heading south toward Golmud…and TIBET.

Leaving Dunhuang, an unfinished rail track ran parallel on our right hand side. As the terrain became duney, huge concrete pillars appeared, completely uniform in distance apart and inch perfect in height. This section was a maze ...

Golmud - the gateway to Tibet

A travel blog entry by lukeandloumann on Jul 05, 2014

4 comments

... documents.

If we do get into Tibet it will only be the second time in about 5 years.

Most people are taking it in their stride, and I hope those who feel like they are being ********e by, don't take it out on the crew, it is really not their fault.

Next time you hear from me we will either be in Lhasa or somewhere else making our way through China to Laos/Vietnam having failed to get into ...

Reflection on China

A travel blog entry by wanderingbish on Sep 21, 2013

... industry
On our miles covered it has been hard to do a full 360deg rotation and not see a crane, a semi build 12 story housing development, a new road or new rail tracks being laid.
This is a beautiful country but I do just hope the China can balance their construction and growth with conserving the natural beauty of their country.

The Rivers have no water
Most rivers we have followed have been dried up valleys with ...

The Worlds Highest Train - Lhasa to Xian

A travel blog entry by portways on Apr 25, 2012

2 comments, 11 photos

The Qingzang railway



We took the extraordinary train out of Lhasa to Xian, We had been offered flights - quicker and for the same price, but I really wanted to do this trip overland - I think that trains show you the country far better than the sealed bubble of Airports and flying from destination to destination. And this 34 hr trip was fantastic and was an extraordinary eye opener for all of us.
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Splitting of the visa & bring on the sandstorm

A travel blog entry by lewisn01 on Jul 27, 2010

11 photos

... went to bed, we thought it was starting torain or atleastit soundedlike it was from the noise on the tent so i got out and started to close the fly doors and peg them out, Gai and jeff were camping beside us and Jeff got out to do the same thing, as I was peggin the first doorout the wind picked up and ripped the door from my hand, i was a bit stunned and went to pick up the door again when all of a sudden the whole tentstarted to move a bit and the wind was ...