Mount Emei Xiuhu International Holiday Hotel

Address: Xiuhu Avenue, Emeishan, Sichuan, 614201, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Downtown area of Emeishan.
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Travel Blogs from Emeishan

Two Day Asian Tour

A travel blog entry by iamtomzhang on Nov 07, 2014

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... we signed up for a 2 day tour of Sichuan mountains that began the next morning and we had to all get up at 5 am to get picked up.

That first day was extremely painful…we couldn’t even sleep on the bus because the tour guide talked the entire time. We were a little skeptical of the tour at first because it was basically all old Asian people…and then the 5 of us. But it turned out to be a really fun tour. The old Asian people were all really curious about ...

Another Train?!

A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Oct 28, 2014

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... parking lot. Bringing my time and sightseeing to an end in Leshan.

Wishing I had more time to explore I am intrigued by the massive waterfront park on the opposite bank of the river. Dotted with temples and a few other structures it appears to be a peaceful place to wander. Maybe next time!


Big Buddha ... It's Big!

A travel blog entry by kreynolds89 on Oct 23, 2014

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... doctor by profession. It was a lovely experience sitting there watching him, sat in his house. More wandering was followed by a delicious lunch in a local restaurant surrounded completely by locals. We had offers of rice wine from the men, but declined their kind offer. We then did more wandering and visited a two hundred year old house belonging to an elderly widow called Mrs. Chéi, who delighted in letting us look around her ...

Modern monks

A travel blog entry by stapes on Oct 16, 2014

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... burning at the bottom of a flight of stairs leading to prayer stools in front of the Buddha. Drying monks robes lined the balconies around the outside (I assume they were always there as there was no way anything was getting dry in so much mist). The CCTV cameras hidden behind and the monk on his tablet took something away from the atmosphere, but not too much.

I had dinner with two other guests, a Mum and her ...


A travel blog entry by ste3 on Jun 11, 2013

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Sleeping bag liner worked well if not a little tight :) And had a very restful nights sleep until being woken at 6am by the bells being rung then some guy hitting a wood block to prevent us going back to sleep and finally gongs. There was also a lot of chanting going on as a monk had died the day we arrive so the other monks spend a lot of time chanting for their sole to reach its next destination. We got up and wondered about the place ...