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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        A travel blog entry by lisa_and_paul on Sep 19, 2015

        ... logical that you should be able to walk up, but we were told you couldn't.

        Of course we didn't see any elephants (except a few very old ones they use in the elephant show), but we didn't see much else either. The jungle was teeming with life, alive with birdsong, but we couldn't get anywhere near it. Of course there weren't going to be any animals within 500 yards of the megaphones and microphones. There was a large bird house which we thought was going to be a ...

        Kunming to Xi'an

        A travel blog entry by pinkkaz on May 01, 2015

        192 photos

        ... one is just decorative.

        At Sifang Jie we found a food square selling freshly cooked Chinese delights, but mega bucks for take away street food.

        We finished off at the Heilong Tan Gongyuan, Black Dragon Lake, with an elegant pavilion Deyue Lou, a pond full of carp and with the Jade Dragon Snow Mountain in the background.

        Throughout China there are many entertaining signs. In the park was a wooden sign on the grass. Not the usual abrupt keep off the grass ...

        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 ...

        Massages, Conspiracy Theorists, and More!

        A travel blog entry by jbingham on Jun 13, 2013

        ... which was hilarious to see considering nobody in China knows what it is. Turn after turn passed until we encountered a suspension bridge which crossed a small river 100 feet or so below. Music could be heard emanating from the other side of the bridge, so we crossed it and a few false minority houses came into view. Chinese tourists were awkwardly attempting to do a dance involving ropes--always a mistake for the common uncoordinated and nonathletic Chinese person. Girls ...

        Forest Cafe Trek

        A travel blog entry by linda1davechina on Feb 11, 2013

        5 comments, 35 photos

        ... These guys cannot hold their beer!

        The beers were consumed while sitting watching the sun go down. Beautiful. The Aini village was set on a very steep hill, with local men gathered at the top near the shop, where we stocked up on water for the next day. Women were just finishing their work with spindles and a rotary washing line, preparing yarn for dying and weaving. Unfortunately it was getting dark, and so we headed straight for our guest house, where a meal ...