Tiandiren Business Hotel

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

    Woshipping The Sacred White Stone

    A travel blog entry by viviannepang on Oct 12, 2013

    52 photos

    Villagers here worship White Stone. They believed that wherever they put a white stone , there the God of it will protect them. To have safe journey , they would put white stone at road side , and near paddy field if they want good harvest.
    It is quiet normal for Maoxian people to paint the four corner of their house in white to provide protection by their God.

    Visited a Maoxian village and seen white stone everywhere on the pillar , window pane , etc. There's a ...

    Qingcheng mountain entry, better late than never..

    A travel blog entry by iceman9gem on Jun 22, 2011

    37 photos

    Sorry folks, I took this day trip with a few friends over a month and a half ago and ended up forgetting to post the pictures. Stamen had planned this trip as a back-up when we were barred from going to Tibet that month(government forbids foreigners during certain events). The day-trip consisted of a trip to Dujiangyan and its 2,000 year old Irrigation System and then on to Qingcheng Mountain(or Green Mountain) which is one of four Holy Taoist Mountains ...

    That's one giant punt!

    A travel blog entry by mrconfused on Nov 22, 2007

    12 photos

    Partly one of the aforementioned 'research trips' and partly just because I hadn't left the city in a while, heading for somewhere quiet and natural seemed like a good idea. I hadn't climbed a mountain of steps in a while and didn't fancy the usual choice of Mt.Emei, at 3000m likely to be exceedingly cold at this time of year, so opted for the less demanding/painful 1600m Mt.Qingcheng. I had previously done a lot of proofreading of tour documents about this place, so was ...

    Bike Ride - Day 1. Chengdu to Pingle

    A travel blog entry by marshallmatters on Aug 23, 2007

    3 comments, 14 photos

    ... equipment. After an hour or so of driving we arrived in Chongzhou Baitou, our starting point for the tour. After half an hour or so tinkering - adjusting gears, brakes, headsets etc. we were on our way. Immediately I was reminded why I love cycling so much, especially in foreign countries. You really get to see a country and the life you would not normally get access to. Bikes can go places you wouldn't normally go by car and ...

    Man Down!!

    A travel blog entry by jeznkez on May 04, 2007

    16 photos

    ... reached Elephant bathing pool monastery where we secured lodgings at not quite a big enough distance from the most heavily ammonia stench filled toilets I have ever smelled. The next day, the views began to improve but we were still surrounded by a thin blanket of cloud. Our huffs and puffs were put into swift contrast by the teams of Tibetan guys who tirelessly laboured up and down the steep inclines with massive paving slabs on their backs. ...

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