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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    Travel Blogs from Dujiangyan

    Qingcheng mountain entry, better late than never..

    A travel blog entry by iceman9gem on Jun 22, 2011

    37 photos

    ... much dozes off while we ride. We get to our stop at Dujiangyan and then Will and I rush to find a bathroom. Luckily there is one right outside the station. There is a lady outside and she charges us half a kuai(maybe 8 cents) to use the bathroom and then we hop on a bus which takes us directly to the Irrigation System scenic spot.

    As you enter through the front gate there are statue-fountains and flowerbeds lining the main road. Of to the ...

    That's one giant punt!

    A travel blog entry by mrconfused on Nov 22, 2007

    12 photos

    ... it all look quite effortless. Although possible to do in one day, that would have required actually getting to the mountain before midday. As it was, what our overnight accommodation lacked in comfort (even at 1600m, with no heating it can get quite chilly) it made up for in atmosphere. It was initially a little disheartening that the monastery should be so set up for receiving tourists, even to the point of registering passports, something which should always be done by ...

    You say Chengdu, you say sungdo

    A travel blog entry by hornuts on Sep 29, 2007

    ... was the most straightforward and sensible person I talked to all day. The only problem was that I'd forgotten that Koreans pronounce Chinese place names rather peculiarly, so when I said I wanted to fly from "Cheng-du" to Seoul, she thought I was saying "Chung-du", which in Korean is Qingdao. I wasn't really thinking clearly, and I let her make the reservation even though the departure and flight times didn't match what I'd seen on the internet... I just ...

    Chengdu Part 2

    A travel blog entry by jeznkez on May 08, 2007

    ... an enthusiastic crowd of onlookers who were enjoying a dance show that it is difficult to describe effectively in words. The two participants, the male wearing what looks like a navy officers uniform and the woman a traditional Chinese satin dress. The music is supplied by a crummy portable stereo and they move in a seemingly random but camp fashion that is made to look choreographed. Maybe it is some ...

    Finally we arrive in Chengdu

    A travel blog entry by sneekybeeky on Oct 21, 2006

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... At the station we got our selves to the ticket desks after asking a nice young lady at the information desk. She had to call someone over to help us..! When he came, he pointed to a series of ticket desks immdiatly to our right - what a bunch of helmets - eyes are taken for granted these days but a brain connected to them is part of our make up!!! We were tired though so we did have an excuse! ha ha Anyway, we rocked on over to the ticket desk still lugging round our ...

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