Xingfa Hotel

Address: No.105 Jiading South Road,Xingfa Street, Leshan, Sichuan, 614000, China | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Downtown area of Leshan, is near Mount Emei (Emeishan), Bridge, and Leshan River, Friend and Foe.
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          Travel Blogs from Leshan

          Chengdu Panda Base and Leshan Buddha

          A travel blog entry by allytiger on Aug 26, 2015

          1 comment, 40 photos

          ... to complete the Buddha trip if you walk. We took plenty of pictures with the Buddha then had our van drop us off at the Leshan bus station so we could catch a train Mt. Emei. Luckily the woman knew we wanted to go to the mountain and not just the city of Emei and corrected which station I listed. A 40 minute bus ride brought us to Mt. Emei, the city at the base of the mountain. We heard a lot of comments about laowai on the bus because there weren't too many of us. We almost missed the ...

          Mt. Emei and monkeys

          A travel blog entry by allytiger on Aug 25, 2015

          2 comments, 38 photos

          ... and lots of candles burning everywhere. From the temple we went to the Qingyin Pavilion, the most scenic picture spot on Mt. Emei. There is an actual pavilion and people waiting to sell you ponchos or take your picture, a set of steps with love locks, and a tea house. We went up to the teahouse to rest and have a glass of tea while enjoying the scenery. Two small rivers meet by the pavilion and create some small falls and rapids. We took the ...

          Oldest and biggest Buddha in the world

          A travel blog entry by jennykelly on Apr 24, 2015

          8 photos

          ... big green Parking Bay signs on the highways advertise petrol, food, toilet etc, they don’t use chopsticks for the food symbol, they use a knife and fork like we do. It’s strictly chopsticks only and everywhere here, we never get cutlery. We’re used to it now though and can easily pick up a peanut, snow pea or grain of rice with chopsticks, without dropping them. For the most part we're enjoying the Chinese food, and Andy usually selects a few ...

          Yiwan Eats Leshan

          A travel blog entry by skirbyskirby on Oct 05, 2012

          2 comments, 89 photos

          ... realized I'd brought the wrong gift.

          She came out of the kitchen and laid a giant load of various kinds of mooncakes on the table. Then she did it again, then again. We must've had hundreds of mooncakes in front of us: traditional mooncakes with red bean paste, fish mooncakes, lotus seed paste mooncakes, and even bacon mooncakes! As she insisted we lug some back to Shanghai with us on the plane, I now ...

          Trip to Leshan and Emei Mountain

          A travel blog entry by iceman9gem on Jun 10, 2011

          91 photos

          ... the world and it took something like 80+ years to carve it out of the mountain-side. It was bult during the Tang dynasty. Its quite impressive to see as several people could sit on his big toe. Anyway the boat pulls up alongside the Buddha and we all take some pictures and then after five minutes the boat pulls away and I ask one of our program helpers "Jack" if we get to go see the Buddha up-close and he says, "we have no time". Needless ...