Xin Kai Tong International Ruili

Address: No.2 Bian Cheng Street, Ruili, Yunnan, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on No.2 Bian Cheng Street, Ruili.
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    Travel Blogs from Ruili

    Ruili - ready for the border crossing!

    A travel blog entry by kreynolds89 on Nov 02, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... us. This burned off as we moved south and there was a noticeable rise in temperature coupled with a change in vegetation. It's definitely more tropical the closer we get to the border. We passed banana plantations and lots of Palm trees. We pitched up in Ruili by about 5pm and stayed at the ???? Hotel. The appearance of the people here has changed dramatically and there are people wearing traditional dress as the norm ...

    Ruili

    A travel blog entry by dion.maas on Dec 11, 2011

    30 photos

    I had high expectations of Ruili due to its close proximity to the Myanmar border and its mix of minority groups and international trade traffickers trying their luck at the thriving jade industry (as well as other not-so-legal activities such as drugs, gambling and prostitution). At first I was quite disappointed with the town, because like all other towns and cities in China the whole town centre was completely new and identical to most other towns ...

    JingPo village

    A travel blog entry by mathew-sarah on May 01, 2011

    5 photos

    ... past the age of ten. There were hardly any teenage girls in the village as they had been married off to other parts of China for a dowry. We later learn that the mother of the family we were staying with was not about as she had been charged with carrying drugs over the border from Myanmar to get more money for the family. A sad story. All these things we would not have picked up on had we have stayed for but a night and not had ...

    China and Burma: complexity

    A travel blog entry by happysheep on Sep 08, 2009

    ... throbbing one in its racially
    riven province of Xinxiang. It's a problem that has highlighted the
    increasingly deep and potentially fragile ties China has with its
    fellow totalitarian regime across the border.
    It's hard to believe that only 70 years ago, Burma was the rice bowl of Asia - a country that was for 100 years the biggest state in British India and ...

    Chinese government says 'don't take the risk'

    A travel blog entry by happysheep on Feb 26, 2009

    ... these casinos were set up by Chinese (with a few kuai given to the Myanmar military no doubt). And in some cases it seems these enterprises, while firmly on Burmese soil, are powered not just by Chinese cash but also electricity. In recent times, Chinese have been kidnapped and held for ransom. Gambling is illegal in China, but widespread. Most afternoons you will find lots of Chinese ...

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