Tian Shang Ren Jian Hotel

No.8 Yuanyishan North Road, Xinzhou, Shanxi, 34000, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Xinzhou

Temple and Monks

A travel blog entry by glassmerchant


Wutaishan is a Buddhist Temple complex. This area is an enclosed park, there is an entry fee and the you only pay a nominal fee to visit each temple. The restraurants are in the business of fleecing the tourists everything here is much more expensive. Plenty of junk to buy but it is pretty much the ...

Ping Yao...first financial centre

A travel blog entry by glassmerchant


... is famed as being the town where the first bank in China was established. A merchant here provided the first cheques which allowed traders to avoid the dangerous task of moving money between towns. The bank buildings are intact and provided an insight to the early commercial dealings in China. Pingyao also had a number of bodyguard agencies which provided protection to merchants moving goods between towns, an early version ...


A travel blog entry by carlabroad


... Gate, and then worked my way back to my hotel through one of the main pedestrian shopping streets. As one of the very very few western tourist in Pingyao (my understanding is it hasn't been discovered by western tourists in a big way yet so it's primarily a Chinese tourist destination), I was approached repeatedly by Chinese tourists who wanted to get their pictures taken with me. This ...


A travel blog entry by sammy_moore


... to be the in-thing in China as they are cheaper to run and do not contribute to the increasing pollution that China constantly battles with. The only negative is that unless they beep to warn you of their presence you risk getting mown down as they are almost silent.

Sweating and in shoulder agony from the weight of our rucksacks, we found a hostel that was only just waking for the day. I nearly cried when they said we couldn't check in until 10am ...

Just borrowing a chair

A travel blog entry by nyukwha


It is a holiday today and the quaint town of Pingyao is full of Chinese tourists who travelled miles and miles to bump into each other the whole day. So you need a powernap to recouperate. Fortunately there is always a chair somewhere in the streets of a Chinese town, so you borrow it without asking.

5 April ...


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