Wolong Hotel

Address: Wolong Natural Reserve, Wenchuan County, Sichuan, 623006, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Wolong Natural Reserve, Wenchuan County.
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        Travel Blogs from Wenchuan County

        Panda Ark Sanctuary

        A travel blog entry by jennykelly on Apr 26, 2015


        It was a decent drive to the Panda Sanctuary B or Panda Ark, which we had arranged to visit with the view to making a donation to the upkeep of the rescued giant pandas and red pandas and to also be allowed to touch a giant panda. The sanctuary was beautiful and extensive so we took a cart (like a large golf buggy) to the highest point of the complex, we could make our way down walking, for the most part. There are lots of tadpoles in the flowing creeks, a bit ...

        Just when you think you know how the day will go

        A travel blog entry by ven0msho on Oct 21, 2014

        1 comment, 6 photos

        Literally went to the office this morning after working Sunday night 10 pm until 6 am Monday, with a normal 07:30 start. It's now about 9:30 and I just got back to the hotel for the night after a brief stop in the middle of the day. The morning started off normal, got to work and did what needed done, about 10:30 Yang (department manager) tells me that me Mr. Ding wants to do lunch together at noon, which isn't a problem. We had delicious lamb hot pot. Lamb ...

        Ouch

        A travel blog entry by johannakmh on Aug 20, 2013

        1 comment

        ... and stubborn' and of course 'snow capped all year round'.
        On the first night I had within an hour of arriving collared my dorm mate into translating for me, as Rilong is old Tibet and no one spoke English- let alone the fact that my Mandarin does not stretch to the different deals with horse treks. I had booked a nomad and a horse for 11 hours of exploring the mountains, ending up in a beautiful lake valley. This was great for ...

        Who knew Chinese poured concrete 2200 years ago?

        A travel blog entry by kellyandbrendan on Sep 12, 2012

        16 photos

        We went to Dujiangyan to see the oldest irrigation system (& the only one not to use a dam) in the world. It was built in 256 BC. We took the train from Chengdu to a small town about a half an hour outside of the city. We arrived at the station & went straight to the ticket office to buy return tickets for later in the day. An English speaking chinese guy helped us tell the ticket lady where we wanted to go, & we got our tickets. As we walked ...

        Mount Qingcheng and Dujiangyan

        A travel blog entry by trivia on Oct 29, 2011

        21 photos

        Dujiangyan (UNESCO World Heritage Site) is an irrigation infrastructure built in 256 BC during the Warring States Period of China by the Kingdom of Qin’s governor Li Bing and his son. After the system was finished, no more floods occurred here and it made Sichuan the most productive agricultural place in China. It’s still in use today with modern ...