Xingtan Hotel

Address: No.1 Xingtan Jianshe Avenue, Shunde District, Foshan, Guangdong, 528300, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.1 Xingtan Jianshe Avenue, Shunde District, Foshan.
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    Travel Blogs from Foshan

    Caution: Contains Toilet Humor

    A travel blog entry by rbaird3 on Sep 03, 2015

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... all at once. There were maybe 3 or 4 people. Then, he just said "everyone else, you’re good to board. It’s a Tuesday, and nobody really likes to fly today, so you’re going to have a really light flight." When I got on, I was supposed to sit in row 8 by the window, but there was a child sitting there with her mom next to her. Before I could say anything, The flight attendant told me to just sit anywhere in front of where she was ...

    Eighteen hour layover in Guangzhou

    A travel blog entry by astrix7 on Aug 14, 2015

    After a managable 11 hours sitting in the plane, it was a relief to walk around again in the Guangzhou airport. The immigration officers were so slow to work through the queues that I was stood in line for over an hour waiting to get my passport stamped. Eventually I passed through and got directed to a shuttle bus which took us through the city of Guangzhou for a long drive to our hotel accommodation. ...


    A travel blog entry by campy on Aug 06, 2015

    40 photos

    Guangzhou is the 3rd biggest city in China, and definitely my favorite.
    The fastest, cheapest, cleanest subway system I have ever seen.
    MANY huge public parks. And much like Beijing, Guangzhou has an ancient town alleyway zone, and a modern skyscraper zone. Although, every street I went on, was fairly narrow, with minimal traffic. There are trees and shade everywhere.

    Guangzhou is the leading ...

    Dialou Watchtowers

    A travel blog entry by campy on Aug 06, 2015

    99 photos

    ... little pieces here and there resembling french castles, roman architecture, etc. The interior of the watchtowers is completely Chinese. An altar for worship, flat wooden beds, simple kitchens, etc.

    I'm really glad I went with 2 Australian guys, one of them owns a garden and sells fruit, so he was pointing out all the wildlife we were walking past. Every kind of edible fruit and ...

    Day 8: Guangzhou (in transit), China

    A travel blog entry by colesy4 on Aug 02, 2015

    2 photos

    ... arguably set China on its path to modernization. One of the key sparks for the Opium Wars was the Chinese refusal to allow British traders to enter the city - making the modern comfortable and air conditioned train journey from Hong Kong particularly relevant historically.

    Arriving at Guangzhou East train station we first had to pass through the border and get our ...