Xiong Bao Hotel

Address: No.193 Lucheng East Road, Chuxiong, Yunnan, 675000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Downtown area of Chuxiong.
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        Travel Blogs from Chuxiong

        Yunnan: Day Four

        A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Jan 29, 2014

        53 photos

        We left the hotel to go drive to the Hani village. During our bus ride, we rehearsed our song we would sing to the villagers. First choice was Sweet Home Alabama, but it didn't sound good. We picked "Eclipse of the Heart."

        Four hours later, we arrived at the Hani village. The Hani is an ethnic minority group in China. They are are well-known for their ...

        Day 7 - Dinner and a Show & Fire Dance

        A travel blog entry by jessilybabe on Apr 15, 2013

        This was a long day. I actually thought it was over once we drove 3 hours into XuXiong. By the time we got into the town, it was 7pm, dinner time. We got ushered into a restaurant where they had more bad food. There was a dance performance too and we sat around a lake. It was pretty entertaining. After dinner I had to run for the washroom. Meanwhile Mom and Dad went to buy a torch for the fire ceremony. It consisted of 3 wooden sticks about an inch thick 1.5 ...

        Ethnic China

        A travel blog entry by yanandasif on Oct 24, 2011

        19 photos

        ... hotpot. We did however find a gem and became accustomed to some excellent 20p peanut topped noodles most mornings.

        Due to the lack of choice we unwillingly we hired some very dodgy bikes and begun exploring. The countryside is mainly flat (as expected being on the verge of the Tibetan Plateau) and barren with the occasional yak roaming around for good measure. However in the horizon, one could see rolling hills and much to Asif’s delight snow capped ...

        Team Tiger Tackles the Gorge

        A travel blog entry by lnb203 on Mar 03, 2009

        1 comment, 2 photos

        ... card games in temperatures hovering around zero. Moral had slipped with our blood sugar leverls, and it took a few hours of disgusting over indulgence to raise our smiles. As we lay down to sleep, we spared a thought and a prayer for the Spanish chap we'd bumped into earlier. The crazy devil had decided to pitch a tent, and with the wind howling and the temperatuire plummeting, we were half expecting to find his frozen body somewhere on the trail the next ...

        Tiger Leaping Gorge: Beautiful, but no tigers

        A travel blog entry by chiapoe on Nov 11, 2008

        4 comments, 39 photos

        ... trailhead, but we knew we had to get to the high trail, so we high-tailed it uphill. We passed by a few farms and people on the trail and they set us on our way to the main path.

        The trail is wonderfully way-marked; there are red arrows nearly the whole way (and a litter of guesthouses that spray-paint advertisements along the trail, which also serves as a good navigation tool). We soon ended up on the high trail on the Haba ...