Tongda Hotel

Address: No.31 Chadianzi East Street, Jinniu District, Chengdu, Sichuan, 610036, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.31 Chadianzi East Street, Jinniu District, Chengdu, is near Dujiangyan Irrigation System, Du Fu Cottage, Wuhou Memorial Temple, and Sanxing Dui Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Chengdu

Spicing it up in Sichuan

A travel blog entry by claireanddave on Jun 20, 2014

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... lying on a major faultline causing various glacial, hyrdological and tectonic activity, we choose to beileve the Chinese story.

The valley splits into 2 paths and here the hop on/off buses are a must, especially if you only have 1 day in the park. We caught the bus to the top of the west fork (Raze Valley) with the intention of walking down. At the top of the fork is a forest that although again had some strange Chinese hitsory to it, it looked pretty much like ...


A travel blog entry by brennanrosenow on Jun 04, 2013

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... why. When sitting in the chair, my knees could touch the seat in front of me. They did not serve drinks, or snacks, and the stewardesses barely did anything. It was cheap, and got us to Chengdu and back, so I’m can’t really say I could complain.

The first day we took a trip out to Emeishan, or Mt. Emei. Mt. Emei stands about 10,000 feet high, so 1/3 the height of Everest, and about the height of ...

Drop it like it's hot

A travel blog entry by cng on Jul 01, 2012

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... up. A few had hardware failures but the ones that were misconfigured, I fixed. They should of paid me to visit the museum!

For dinner, I grabbed some fried noodles for dinner, which were again, very oily. They seem to use a lot of oil in their fried noodles in China, but at least it had some vegetables so hopefully it balances it out.

Chengdu is definitely worth a longer return visit as there are many more things to do and see. I ...

Cosy Pandamonium

A travel blog entry by mikeandsheila on Oct 01, 2011

36 photos

... singing locals who honour us with a peculiar version of Auld Lang Syne. The streets of Chengdu are another thing. The traffic is like I've never seen - heavy, yes, but also people seem to drive with absolutely no road rules to guide them at all. Scooters drive on footpaths, into shops, on the wrong side of the road and through red lights. They pay no regard for pedestrians, neither stopping or slowing for anyone, including old people, invalids and mothers with babies. You take ...

Steles, Warriors and a Crap Train Ride. Bye Xi'an!

A travel blog entry by puddlejumpers on May 20, 2011

4 comments, 80 photos

... that he wasn't really hungry and, after thinking about it, we realized that we were still full after our massive lunch. It was still really nice, though, just walking around the city at night and chatting. We were stopped in the street by a young woman from Israel. Her hostel had given her directions to Starbucks so that she could go on the internet there, but she was lost. Thankfully, with Envy there, we were able to help her. We explained that she ...