Yangguang Haiyue Hotel

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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TripAdvisor Reviews Yangguang Haiyue Hotel Datong

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Travel Blogs from Datong

Not always as old as it looked.

A travel blog entry by glassmerchant on Jul 07, 2014

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... Datong has entered the tourist stakes in a big way...the city walls have been recreated...the disappeared along time ago and there is huge amounts of money being ploughed into recreating the old centre of the town. There are a few surviving historic building, including a centuries old mosque, a monastery, a Buddhist temple and the Nine Dragon Screen which once guarded the entry to a long lost palace, ...

Datong - a reinvention

A travel blog entry by silencespeaker on Apr 23, 2013

... safely order from without a guide. And the construction is pervasive and in the way. At one point the road to one of the main tourist attractions was closed for construction. We had to walk through part of the construction site and cross through a shopping mall. Not the sort of thing you'd find in the US.
Our guide, Michelle, explained that the city's mayor is behind much of the tourist boom in Datong. About three years ago he implemented a plan ...

The problem is Spam.

A travel blog entry by yelkins on Sep 30, 2012

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... of the carriage next to a huge balding man. Normally this wouldn’t have been a problem but the fact that he was watching a Chinese movie that was all about kicking some English ass, I was a tad scared. Every time a body hit the floor in his film he would look up at me as if to say I’m next. Lucky for me that our train ride to Beijing was only an hour so as soon as we stopped I bolted off that train. Outside the station we hopped straight onto the metro ...

The winding Alleys

A travel blog entry by gearoids on Aug 25, 2011

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... Beauty everywhere you looked.
Lunch was a communal affair with lots of dishes and everyone helping themselves. One of the tour group was Chinese and she led the way in dealing out portions and showing us what to do. Basically, after the rice was doled out, it was a free for all. Great to experience it.
The bus drove further out if the city and we were at the Yungang caves. Great examples of Buddhist cave art are to be seen here.
The ...

Moving on - Datong

A travel blog entry by markandjo on Mar 09, 2011

2 comments, 21 photos

... into our 7 hour trip, it was lucky that neither of us suffered from claustrophobia!

Arrival in Datong

After arriving in Datong, we were met by Mr Gao – one of the only people in Datong to speak good English, and who works for CITS – China International Travel Service. He planned our trip the ...