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

Chengdu Panda Base and Leshan Buddha

A travel blog entry by allytiger on Aug 26, 2015

1 comment, 40 photos

... chicken. After lunch we hopped on a boat to take us to the Leshan Buddha. It is in the side of a hill where 3 different rivers meet and was built in the 700s, the Tang Dynasty. The boats pass by then circle back and idle so you can admire the giant Buddha and take pictures. His head is wooden and has a tunnel clear through his head to help him dry out. It is absolutely amazing! You can walk to the Buddha's feet but the staircases are very narrow and the line is very long so it takes a ...

Mt. Emei and monkeys

A travel blog entry by allytiger on Aug 25, 2015

2 comments, 38 photos

... from the Teddy bear hostel then headed to the train station. For some reason they all gave us different directions but it turned out to only be 2 stops away. Unlike the train station in Shanghai they did not have an entire shopping mall with lots of food choices, just a convenience store and small gift shop and 1 platform with 2 sides. Once we rechecked in to our hostel we went across the street for dinner. They had a translated menu but it was ...

Day 23: Leshan, China

A travel blog entry by colesy4 on Aug 17, 2015

5 photos

The town of Leshan, an hour's bullet train south of Chengdu, is home to the largest carved stone Buddha in the world and is a popular day trip from the Sichuan capital. We decided to combine two travel days and kept going to Leshan after our bullet train from Chongqing to Chengdu. The Buddha, constructed around the 8th century AD, was hewn out of the cliff face as an offering to attempt to calm ...

Emeishan - Ascent

A travel blog entry by campy on Apr 22, 2015

52 photos

E Mei Shan is one of the four holy Buddhist mountains of China. One of my favorite spots so far, this mountain is huge with a more huger tourism industry. The mountain itself has probably a dozen temples and monasteries, some of them offering lodging too. There are also hotels and restaurants scattered all over. The highlight is of course the summit which houses a very tall golden statue of a Buddha...a Goddess I think, she is sitting ...

Team outing (part 3)

A travel blog entry by luiseatshanghai on Aug 23, 2013

20 photos

... stick was not really needed but it felt better… There are a few women – the monkey trainers – that pay attention that the monkeys don’t do anything they are not supposed to do. So you can actually stand on the bridge feed the monkeys and take a picture with the monkey on your head or shoulder. Quite cute but not really my thing…

After that we went down and finally had real lunch. That helped to bring ...