Rising Business Shuidiaogetou Hotel

No.19 South Section of Xinghai Road, Xingcheng, Liaoning, 125100, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Xingcheng

Huludao Travel Guide

A travel blog entry by china-landscape

... to the Yan Kingdom in the Warring States Period (476BC-221BC). It was not until the late Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) that the government set up the Jinxian County in this region. It was promoted to city status in 1989, and in 1994, Jinxi changed its name to Huludao - the youngest city of Liaoning.
♣Physical Features: Huludao is supported to the north by the Yanshan Mountains, and ...

A Relaxing Day At The Beach

A travel blog entry by eddakath

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... means Chrysanthemum Island.
Obviously due to the amount that grow there.

For those who choose to arrive at Beach No:1 you will find a huge statue of Juhua Nu, or Chrysanthemum Women who according to local legend , changed herself into an island to protect the people of Xingcheng from a nasty sea ...

Another Wonderful Ming Dynasty Walled City

A travel blog entry by eddakath

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... from the at town!

He thought we’d arrive at 3:30am but thankfully we arrived at 1:30am and after grabbing a cab to find a cheap hotel I was told by the Dong Xing Hotel (in the LP) to take another cab and go stay at the ...


A travel blog entry by mert1149

... been immeasurably dull - like radio 4's "You and Yours" on a bad day, or a particularly soporific edition of Gardener's Question Time - but, apart from the subject matter, I've been unable to put my finger on exactly what the main oddity is. But I've now realised that it's the lack of irony in the presentation. Being British, I suppose I would say this, but there's something about those American accents of the Chinese and the Have-a-nice-day ...

Xingcheng pt.2

A travel blog entry by mert1149


... supplementary dumplings and strips of raw beef, both of which are cooked in the "cauldron". To avoid food poisoning, I needed to be gesticulated at: only when the dumplings rise to the surface are they cooked!

Tomorrow I travel to the capital of this province by train. Unfortunately I've just noticed that I only have an unreserved ticket, which essentially equates to a standing ticket. Fortunately, it's only a four hour trip, which by Chinese standards is ...


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