Tiandiren Business Hotel

Address: Building 1 Xinfushenghuo Square, Xinfu Avenue, Dujiangyan, Sichuan, 611830, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Building 1 Xinfushenghuo Square, Xinfu Avenue, Dujiangyan.
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          Dujiangyan Irrigation & mountain trekking

          A travel blog entry by ourlifeinchina on Apr 05, 2011

          24 photos

          ... 31085;祀૬ 3;动,还举Ó 50;灯会、大 411;街头文艺 4920;演、花卉&# 21644;物资交流& #20250;活动,每 年吸引了大 ;量的国内ࣨ 6;游客。

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          A Qiang Wedding

          A travel blog entry by mrconfused on Jan 01, 2008

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          ... the expense of people who probably should have been there, yet everyone just seemed to accept our presence as completely normal. I'm used to being stared at as an oddity in even the most tourist friendly place in China; I wasn't prepared to just be accepted as part of the happenings. It was quite refreshing. It meant that we could mingle or not as we chose; people wouldn't necessarily come up and try to communicate (my Chinese doesn't improve with alcohol, and even were ...

          Notes from the World's Next Superpower

          A travel blog entry by hanandvern on Sep 29, 2007

          21 photos

          ... you see it for yourself. The thing is you can actually see it. Everything beyond 200m away disappears into a grey haze like a 90s video game creation to save polygon rendering power. It covers anything remaining still long enough with a thick film of brown-grey dirt, nothing escapes. Only the roads get a short respite as they are hosed down each day in an endless futile cleaning cycle. Walking around is an issue because not ...

          Pandas and Pagodas

          A travel blog entry by jon_helen on Jun 05, 2007

          2 comments, 29 photos

          ... to get to our hotel. We got a local bus from the Buddha to town (or so we thought), and an hour later ended up at a bus station 10km out of town. We had pointed to the town on the map and the conductor seemed to understand, but people do tend to say yes to everything, not wanting to lose face. The joys of not speaking Mandarin! That evening was one of the highlights of our time here so far. We'd heard that every evening there is dancing in the town square so we went ...

          Giant Buddha and Panda Spotting

          A travel blog entry by sianandjim on Dec 10, 2006

          33 photos

          ... Pandas as opposed to their Giant cousins, but as a child she was very confused - how did these reddish-brown raccoon type creatures grow into the black and white bears so synonymous with China? For me seeing so many Red Pandas almost made up for the disappointment I felt a couple of years ago when Jim saw a pair in the wild when we were trekking in Bhutan, but because of my loud grumbling about the weather, they toddled off before I caught a glimpse ...