Silk Road Hotel

Address: No.6 Huancheng East Road, Dunhuang, Gansu, 736200, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.6 Huancheng East Road, Dunhuang, is near Magao Grottoes, Mogao Caves, Dunhuang Museum, and White Horse Pagoda.
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    Travel Blogs from Dunhuang

    Caves and Buddhist art

    A travel blog entry by segacs on Aug 12, 2015

    10 photos

    ... feasted yet again on delicious foods that I couldn't even pronounce, let alone remember.

    After dinner, we wanted to check out the market by night, but it was still light out. All of China uses a single time zone, so the sun will rise and set increasingly later the further west we go. To wait out the time until the night market kicked off, we stopped off at the supermarket, bought some drinks, and headed back to the hotel for rounds ...

    A Buddhist Experience at Labrang Monastery.

    A travel blog entry by robrae on Jul 01, 2015

    3 photos

    ... to the train, Rae and I caught 5 years ago, this train was civilised. There was no smoking in the corridors, people walking into your compartment and stops at every station. This time there was even a modern station on arrival. Modern looking, but lacking escalators for getting bags up and down the steps.not the sort of exercise you feel like after an overnight train ...

    The Real China - My trip to Dunhuang

    A travel blog entry by olasalle on Aug 07, 2014

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... you have a ball-park figure already, it is easier to negotiate. For example, this morning I went to get a cab and asked how much they would charge to take me somewhere and he said 150 yuan, (that’s about $23.00) so I laughed and walked away and he came down to 80 yuan (maybe $12.00). I know that was still way too high but I had to leave and took it. I suspect the reasonable price might have been 50 yuan. So be prepared.

    But, getting back ...

    Dunhuang and the Thousand Buddha caves

    A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on May 21, 2014

    20 photos

    ... minutes to board our train so our guide organises a chain gang of men to move the luggage: the ladies are respectfully requested to board quickly and keep out of the way! The trains are definitely going downmarket as we head west so we are glad that this is our last overnight journey. It is hot and stuffy and the bedding has obviously already been used during the first part its journey from Beijing. We can now see why sleeping bag liners were on the packing list!


    Buddhas, Camel Trekking and Dinosaurs!

    A travel blog entry by chloecd on May 01, 2014

    2 comments, 23 photos

    ... a plate of Chicken Fried Rice. It was however completely empty, so I didn't stay long. I instead went for a wander to the market in the centre of town. It was great - because it was the night market, and I was there in the middle of the day it was very laid back. It was sad though, because I could see if we had been in Europe, the huge open space in the sun would have been turned into street cafés, but in China it was turned into a night market.

    I had a wander through ...