Xishuangbanna Da Bai Xiang Hotel

Address: 1 South Minzu Road, Jinghong, Yunnan, 666100, China | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 1 South Minzu Road, Jinghong, is near Jingzhen Octagonal Pavilion.
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    Travel Blogs from Jinghong

    Yunnan, Garden of China

    A travel blog entry by agbucks on Sep 13, 2014

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    ... The Chinese black teas are very different from black teas drunk in the West. In fact the Chinese refer to our black tea as 'hong cha', literally red tea.

    *Pu'er tea has a documented history of over 1700 years. It is said to have a multitude of health benefits ( prevention of heart disease, cancer, diabetes, high blood pressure and cholesterol ) and is claimed to assist weight loss. The Chinese believe that the oldest tea trees produce the most effective medicinal tea. Perhaps ...

    Massages, Conspiracy Theorists, and More!

    A travel blog entry by jbingham on Jun 13, 2013

    ... lazy and asked if I could speak Chinese. I said yes, so the remainder of Alexi and I’s conversations with them were in Chinese, so that was good practice for us.

    Once signed in, we got to our 10 bed room, settled down, and went outside to get some barbecue. Sadly, it didn’t match that of Chongqing (nothing does food wise!), so we ended up eating lots of meat and for once, some seafood! They had some pricey oysters there, but Alexi and I decided to go for it and ...

    Trip 3 - Trekking day 1

    A travel blog entry by wendy.lane on Sep 19, 2012

    11 photos

    ... ones (in plastic bottles with the lid on and breathing holes) the nests are also their with live larvae crawling in them. I asked where they get them from and how the nests are collected without getting stung. I was advised they wear protective clothing much like beekeepers here do. The nests are found in the forest. I hoped we would not come across one on our trek. The market was also full of live ducks and chickens with a shed on the other side of the road ...

    Jinghong teetering on the border

    A travel blog entry by rootsandroutes on Jul 01, 2012

    11 photos

    ... audience. We finally regained some energy, before setting off again.

    The final happy accident in an extremely eventful day was another invitation to taste more tea. This time, the shopkeeper appeared more interested in learning a few English words than selling tea, and he engaged us in a long, difficult conversation that felt more like a game of Pictionary. Our first mistake was to explain that we were travelling for a long time, leading to a long and complicated ...

    From Jinghong to Kunming

    A travel blog entry by aaronpolarbear on May 27, 2012

    7 photos

    ... convenient option.

    When it was time to move on to our next stop, we decided to use an overnight bus to Kunming, which was supposed to take around 9 hours. Our hostel had a service to obtain these tickets and provided them to us with no service charge at a cost of 217 Yuan/each. Lisa got the woman to print on a piece of paper the words “Kunming bus station”, so that we could show them to a taxi when it was time to leave. On May ...