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

    ... our way. So we tried to exit through the underground parking structure, figuring it would be open all night so people would have access to their cars...Wrong.

    The gates were locked there as well! We were able to wake up the sleeping guard and with very bad Chinese we convinced him to open the gate and let us out. We then hailed a cab and headed to the train-station. If I haven't already mentioned it before, Chinese cabs are really cheap compared ...

    That's one giant punt!

    A travel blog entry by mrconfused on Nov 22, 2007

    12 photos

    ... it was still paved, but pleasingly discretely done for the most part. The concrete was even disguised as wood - well, they tried, I suppose. At least it didn't detract from the natural setting, which was admittedly quite beautiful in autumn colours. I was particularly impressed that they hadn't put some hideous monstrosity of a bridge over the 'Jade Green' lake, one of the most attractive areas of the ascent. Instead, we were ferried across on what was effectively ...

    Notes from the World's Next Superpower

    A travel blog entry by hanandvern on Sep 29, 2007

    21 photos

    ... people. Several want to talk and practice their English, others actively welcome you to China. Even if they can't speak English this doesn't discourage them speaking to you in a battery of Mandarin despite it being quite obvious you can't understand a word they are saying. With the exception of a few Taxi drivers, who seem unwilling or unable to take us anywhere most people are more than happy to help where they a can if ...

    Pandas and Pagodas

    A travel blog entry by jon_helen on Jun 05, 2007

    2 comments, 29 photos

    ... our of bed early to to visit the Peoples' Park. At 7 in the morning, the park was crowded, not with suits striding through on their way to work but with people engaged in a whole gamut of sometimes rather odd activities. Walking through the park we came across more leaderless aerobics, people walking backwards, a man rubbing his neck against a tree, a large group of elderly men and women rubbing every part of their faces with their hands in time with each other ...

    Giant Pandas

    A travel blog entry by lucy_and_matt on Nov 21, 2006

    9 photos

    ... We got to see the smaller red pandas too, who are also endangered - they looked more like raccoons then bears though, they were cheeky and playful little things, more active then the giant pandas. We enjoyed every moment of the day, it was certainly worth the 16 hour train journey to Chengdu. Better still Matt was starting to recover from his illness. ...