Tonghua Hotel

Address: No.309 Cuiquan Road, Tonghua, Jilin, 134001, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on No.309 Cuiquan Road, Tonghua.
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    Oldest and biggest Buddha in the world

    A travel blog entry by jennykelly on Apr 24, 2015

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    Apparently the biggest and oldest Buddha is at Leshan, Sichuan Province. We took mostly toll roads today, the most expensive being $57AUS because of all the new tunnels encompassing the toll road.

    We stopped for lunch at a roadside cafe in a big parking bay. (We usually make sandwiches in the morning for lunch stops, but Barbara and I had both run out of bread, and thought we’d stop somewhere nice for lunch.) At the roadhouse, there were 6 rice ...

    Big Buddha in Leshan

    A travel blog entry by campy on Apr 22, 2015

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    Big Buddha is a literal translation from Chinese (da = big, fo = buddha)
    and this Buddha is not only big, he is the tallest and largest Buddha in the world. He was carved from the mountain, much like in Mt. Rushmore.

    Only 1 hour from Chengdu center by high speed rail, this little mountain town is very tourist friendly and brings many tourists from China ...

    How To: Seeing the Leshan Buddha

    A travel blog entry by karsenault on Dec 06, 2014

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    ... for half the price (though if you're good at bargaining, you can likely get it for that in the park too). The biggest difference is that you will miss out on the Oriental Buddha Park part of the park and, honestly, this was the best part for me. Seeing Leshan from the top of his head and walking down is really amazing but not necessarily worth the extra money as you can see everything very clearly from the bottom anyway. The Buddha park is stunningly beautiful, with Buddhas from all ...

    Package Deal

    A travel blog entry by nonlinear on Mar 07, 2014

    ... of luxury. There are gear shops, that have decent gear, albeit at 200% normal already 200% marked up ski resort prices. There are hot springs. There are restaurants. There are bars. There are massage and spa places. The variety is the only thing holding it back, but it's a small mountain, so very understandable.

    The package we booked cost about $600/person. That included round trip airfare, 3 nights and 3 days stay at the 4 ...

    October Holiday: Getting there

    A travel blog entry by hshannon on Oct 03, 2013

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    ... is not turned on until a specific date. So it wasn’t quite the cosy comfortable room I planned to spent part of my trip huddled up in. But it was cheap and available, so I paid my $30 a night plus $6 a night for the dorm and figured I’d just spent the money I saved on hot drinks and sightseeing.

    Then I went to my room, ait my leftover subway sandwich from the airport, watched tv on my laptop and pretended I wasn't in China. Not a bad start to my ...