Shan Xi Hotel

Address: No.2 Yiwu Road, Jinghong, Yunnan, 666100, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Downtown area of Jinghong, is near Jingzhen Octagonal Pavilion.
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    Travel Blogs from Jinghong

    Kunming to Xi'an

    A travel blog entry by pinkkaz on May 01, 2015

    192 photos

    ... before meeting). Thankfully we found a Starbucks and topped up the levels.

    The following day was free so we went looking for Qingyang Gong, the best preserved memorial temple of Lao Zi, father of Taoism, but it was closed. Later we found out we were at the wrong entrance!

    Michi luvs the Chinese Metro so we took the Metro to the Tang Dynasty Buddhist Temple of Wenshu with more than 450 Buddha Statues. Then a taxi to Wuhou Ci =Marquis of Wu’s Temple where we did ...

    Yunnan, Garden of China

    A travel blog entry by agbucks on Sep 13, 2014

    11 photos

    ... covered headscarves.

    * In another tea village further along our route, called Nannuoshan, we meet with Hani minority people. In contrast to Jingmai, Nannuoshan is as yet untouched by commercial or touristic redevelopment. It is still very authentic. We have come here to see Pu'er tea trees that are several hundreds of years old. In doing so we come across a small tea factory and the owner kindly allows us to wander around. There is a large courtyard where browned tea leaves ...

    A tour by car

    A travel blog entry by wellesbourne on Jun 21, 2014

    19 photos

    ... were amazing. We walked through the tropical fruit garden and amongst many other tropical plants. The garden was established by one man who wanted to preserve the native species. The gardens are used by the university for research. Back to the hotel to shower before the show. This show was performed by the ethnic minority groups and was really enjoyable. There were no concessions made to foreigners, indeed we were the only westerners ...

    Tea, tea, and tea.

    A travel blog entry by jbingham on Jul 02, 2013

    ... pass multitudes of tea trees and one farmer going to take a rest. We spent another few hours ascending this dirt path until it abruptly stopped—thinking we were awesome, we decided to hack through bush and be frightened by spiders until we reached the top. As we peaked, we imagined to see a fantastic view with tea plantations and village houses galore. Instead, we found the most awkward resort-esque thing being constructed. It seems as if the Chinese are going to once again ...

    Markets and gardens

    A travel blog entry by jandkross on Nov 25, 2012

    38 photos

    ... over the place. After the obligatory visit to the market we decided to walk south out of town to see Manting Buddhist Temple. We found this without too much difficulty and after a walk around noticed that the map showed a park close by. This turned out to be lovely. There was a long lake at the centre and shady walkways through tropical foliage. There were several pagodas there, an attractive bridge over the lake and lots of pleasant spots to sit and relax. ...