Tai Garden Hotel

Address: No.61 Minhang 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

    First Days in China

    A travel blog entry by redtilly on Apr 17, 2015

    34 photos

    ... two lanes, one going each way, then you can use the middle kingdom (down the middle of the road) to pass. It doesn’t matter whether there is someone coming, you’re on a straight or a corner, the expectation is the other drivers will move over a bit so being three abreast isn’t seen as a problem. They are also very impatient and will squeeze into any space. We were in a row of traffic all waiting to turn left and ...

    Dai Hospitality

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Jan 27, 2012

    47 photos

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    January 27, 2012 – Botanical Garden Day

    We joined up with Mindy and Kevin again and walked to a large botanical garden in town. Much of it was dedicated to productive trees like rubber trees, star fruit, banana, mandarins, grape fruit, durian, bread fruit, mango etc. We saw a small demonstration on how they tap the rubber trees and learned the trees are not indigenous to Asia. The species was brought over from ...

    Funky monks and water festivities

    A travel blog entry by natontour on Mar 15, 2011

    12 photos

    Monday morning we got a flight down to Xishuangbanna. This is yet another region with high diversity in both people and vegetation. We came to meet one of our fellow students who had been doing some fieldwork on the Dai minority. It's increasingly becoming an ethnic park for tourists to come and visit. We might still be in China, but a lot of what we've seen so far is more reminiscent of South-East Asian cultures, like Thailand, than China. We arrive, and were escorted by our friend ...


    A travel blog entry by thesunroseclear on Nov 09, 2010

    ... there and has lived there for many years, and he wasn't happy.

    At a local eatery our meal was 28 yuan ($4.20) and I gave the server 30 including 5 singles, so she could give the boss 28 and keep the 2 for herself. She tried to give us back 2. "For you," Frances said. She looked confused, walked over and handed all 30 to the fat boss. "Last time I tip in China," I said.

    Into the countryside: We took a bus to Menghai, then ...

    Last, jolting impressions on China

    A travel blog entry by global.nomads on Nov 07, 2010

    3 comments, 47 photos

    ... bekocht. Unser Guide spricht hervorragendes Englisch, hat u.a. Geschichte studiert und besitzt eine sehr regimekritische Haltung. Das war eine ideale Kombination, um durch ihn etwas hinter die chinesischen Kulissen zu schauen. Was sich dort darbot, ist erschreckend. Er erzählt uns vor allem von der Korruptheit in allen Gesellschaftsbereichen. Wer Kontakte und/oder Geld hat, dem öffnen sich alle Türen.

    Fahren ohne Führerschein kostet (wenn man auffliegt) ein kleines ...