Yangguang Haiyue Hotel

Address: No.3 Daqing Road, Cheng District, Datong, Shanxi, 037006, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Downtown area of Datong, is near Hengshan Hanging Temple (Xuankong si), Hanging Monastery, Nine Dragon Screen, and Ying Xian Wooden Pagoda.
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Travel Blogs from Datong

Datong, Shanxi, China

A travel blog entry by bogtrotter on Sep 19, 2014

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... also vineyards, and at one point huge plastic greenhouses. Villages very humble with many mud brick houses and lots of horses and mules in evidence. An hour away from Datong the country became hillier, and drier and then more and more industrial and the air smoggier and smoggier. Big scramble to get off the train and here we are in Datong on time at 2.20 pm. Emerging from the station I said ' welcome to the real China ' as it looked a lot rawer than Beijing with a large station ...

Visiting the caves & the hanging Monastary

A travel blog entry by minimalbruno on Aug 31, 2013

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My first night in the Taijina hotel, Datong...horrible! The
stich from the toilet crawling under my door and sleeping in a sleeping bag
because being afraid of getting bitten by bedbegs when it’s over 25...not so
pleasant if you ask me...

The guy from the CITS office didn’t knock on my door at 6am but at 7am, with
good news though...he found some other victims to go on the tour, so I was
happy! Since I was already awaken I decided to get ...

The spectacular Yungang Caves!!

A travel blog entry by markandjade on Feb 05, 2013

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... by intricate carvings of thousands of smaller buddhas and the 1000 buddha motif. Even the original colouring is retained in some caves. In total there are over 51,000 statues. On the way back to the taxi we managed to find a shop selling hot chocolate which definitely warmed us up and we no longer had frost bitten fingers haha! It might have turned out to be an expensive day for the budget but today was one of the most enjoyable days in China so ...

A journey worth making

A travel blog entry by tbienek on Jul 19, 2012


... mine nearby and for years coal trucks trundled past, so many of the caves and statues have a dusty grey layer of coal dust on them. No doubt the renos will continue, our guide was telling us that before the Olympics the area was surrounded by small villages, so they relocated them, flattened their homes and have made it into a huge tourist trap complete with little lakes and a water course on which you can take a boat to the end of the grottoes ...

Hanging in there!

A travel blog entry by twippers on Mar 31, 2011

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Despite the pollution or morning mist, as we head towards the Hanging Monastery, we see the fascinating vistas of the Cangshan Mountains that we saw in Dali, like layers of grey tissue paper as they recede into the distance.

The first sight of the monastery, suspended on the cliff face, surrounded by the mountains, and with the early morning sun on it, is astounding. Once close to ...