Shengshihuaxia International Hotel

Address: No.1 Yudai Bridge Street, Dujiangyan, Sichuan, 611830, China | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on No.1 Yudai Bridge Street, Dujiangyan.
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Travel Blogs from Dujiangyan

Woshipping The Sacred White Stone

A travel blog entry by viviannepang on Oct 12, 2013

52 photos

Villagers here worship White Stone. They believed that wherever they put a white stone , there the God of it will protect them. To have safe journey , they would put white stone at road side , and near paddy field if they want good harvest.
It is quiet normal for Maoxian people to paint the four corner of their house in white to provide protection by their God.

Visited a Maoxian village and seen white stone everywhere on the pillar , window pane , etc. There's a ...

Laser tag, catapults and cross bows.

A travel blog entry by jasper.lawson on Oct 14, 2011

32 photos

... a catapult at each other and playing laser tag. Who could ask for a better job?

Lunch was a picnic on the grass. All the girls raced off to prepare the sitting area while the boys waited. In China, the perfect picnic mat is made from a layer of plastic, a layer of newspaper then another layer of plastic. This is then wrapped up with rubbish in the middle at the end of lunch and put into the bin – in case you ...

Dujiangyan and Mt Qingcheng

A travel blog entry by bambbles on Sep 14, 2008

1 comment, 38 photos

... about purchasing tickets. I get to the station about a half hour before everyone and go up to the window and say my butchered speech. The ticket lady understood me but I couldn't hear her responding question and was not happy. So i take out my translator and start typing what i want to say when this lady comes over and asks me in English if i need some help which i did. i was glad she came over because she also ...

Panda Day (ya los vi Monica, por fin)

A travel blog entry by christianbjork on Jun 29, 2007

1 comment, 14 photos

7:40am We just took off to see the Pandas. I slept OK last night, but I was woken up for a bit around midnight (I think) when some people got in town, and then early this morning when somebody took off. But for 2 bucks a night, I can't really complain too much. Last night's Sichuan Opera was excellent. My favorite part was the amazing masks and costumes. The erhu (2 stringed chinese fiddle) soloist was ...

Giant Buddha and Panda Spotting

A travel blog entry by sianandjim on Dec 10, 2006

33 photos

... listed, we made our choice and within seconds we were presented with small cups with lids and saucers and a flask of boiling water. Looking around at our fellow drinkers, clearly this was a place you stayed all afternoon replenishing your cup when you wanted. We'd both decided we wanted to experience a typical teahouse after reading Jung Chang's Wild Swans. They clearly occupy a much more social function than just a place to grab a quick cuppa. ...