Paradise Hotel

No.165 Changzheng Avenue, Jiantang Zhen, Shangri-La, Yunnan, 674400, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Downtown area of Shangri-La, is near Tiger Leaping Gorge (Hutiao Xia), Pudacuo National Park, Meili Snow Mountain, and Napa Hai Nature Reserve.
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    Travel Blogs from Shangri-La


    A travel blog entry by crisanddavid on Apr 29, 2014

    7 comments, 24 photos

    ... of this fabulous 17 kilometre Gorge which is renowned as the deepest and one of the most marvellous gorges on earth. Unfortunately, what goes down must go up, so we began the trudge back to the top of the Gorge, completing the round trip of 1,000 steps without requiring oxygen. We were however passed on the way by rich Chinese tourists, each being carried in a bamboo chair by 2 porters. . ...


    A travel blog entry by teamstof on Aug 26, 2013

    1 comment, 6 photos

    A bit out of breath today due to the high altitude. Had a lovely night sleep. Had the electric blanket on�� Visited the Songzanlin Monastery which is a 300 yr old Tibetan monastery that has several hundred monks and novices. It was destroyed by the Cultural revolution of the 60's but has been rebuilt beautifully. We had a blessing by the "living Buddha". Walked through the old town and ...

    Yunnan Tour: Part III

    A travel blog entry by jbingham on May 19, 2013

    5 photos

    ... guys in the circle began to wag their butts around at them. It was pretty comical, actually, and everyone was smiling and having a good time. The Naxi people (and all the minorities there) seem like genuinely fun people, veering away from the traditional conservative Chinese attitude, something I enjoyed greatly about them. They were open, willing to talk taboo things, and performed rather taboo dances to large crowds. I can see why they want to preserve their culture, since it's ...

    Our new Tibetan family :)

    A travel blog entry by reneelouise on Jul 16, 2011

    81 photos

    ... drive us to our next destination, a camp further along the grasslands. As we were leaving the house however, we were ordered to stop at the front porch and not go any further. In the adjoining yard, separated by a high stone wall, was a yak dog! We couldn’t see it, but we could hear some very threatening sounding barking. Apparently yak-dogs are very scary and dangerous. They have been known to kill people. The Tibetan families have them to guard the yaks and while they are ...

    On the rooftop of the world!

    A travel blog entry by tomandhayley on Jun 15, 2011

    2 comments, 46 photos

    ... worn out by the end of the week! Our journeys all went very well and before we knew it we were back in Kunming and preparing ourselves to leave the Yunnan Province for good. Before we arrived in China we were very anxious that Yunnan would prove too difficult for us to negotiate by ourselves, but it has turned out to be both manageable and utterly fantastic. We are so proud of ourselves for having conquered Yunnan and we rate the last two weeks as one of our ...