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 Hanging Monastery, Hengshan Hanging Temple (Xuankong si), Nine Dragon Screen, and Ying Xian Wooden Pagoda.
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Travel Blogs from Datong

Hanging out in Datong

A travel blog entry by chilliginger on May 08, 2015

1 comment, 43 photos

... being able to say that it was delicious is Chinese, what a reaction we got from the folk in the restaurant!

We came here to see the hanging temple and we enjoyed hanging out in the city here as well (see what I did there, Paul's sense of humour is rubbing off on me), it’s an industrial city but they are re-doing the whole of the city centre, rebuilding from scratch and recreating the area as it once was. They are managing to keep some parts of ...

Day 7 - Datong

A travel blog entry by elsabae on Apr 03, 2015

2 comments, 14 photos

... and communism, Datong's old city walls and buildings were mostly destroyed. In the last 5 years the government has spent a reported $8.1 billion to tear down what was left of the old town and build a new Disney version. Only in China! You wonder who they think they are kidding but apparently the counterfeiting gene runs deep, right down to counterfeiting their own past and believing it is the same as preserving the old, but much tidier.

Datong is driven by ...

Ní Hao Datong

A travel blog entry by nicholas.napoli on Jul 14, 2014

36 photos

... After lunch I walked around the city a bit, before heading to the city wall, which was magnificent. Apparently many of the cities in china have reconstructed or refurbished their ancient walls and are making the area inside the wall a tourist/shopping/downtown district. The walls have what equates to a four lane road which can be walked or biked. When I entered the wall, there was no one ...

The night train and the strangest city...

A travel blog entry by aeysha.wing on Jul 19, 2013

4 comments, 4 photos

... a dance routine every few hours in the street?! No bars! Street seller sold us beer for 4¥ (normally its 15¥) so we're slowly tryin to chill. And as Alex and Portia's stomachs are not good we're living off McDs and KFc. McDs breakfast- awesome here though! Only here for the night, so we're off on another night train tomorrow to Xian (terracotta warriors) but we've got a cabin with beds!! ...


A travel blog entry by jenny_dani on Sep 17, 2012

2 comments, 20 photos

... un muro con dragones y acabamos pasando por todas las obras! casi nos dan unos paquetes de cemento para trabajar un poquillo XD Desde Datong, visitamos unas cuevas muy muy antiguas con represantaciones budistas! bastantes impresionantes pero que valen un paston entrar y un templo colgante bastente impresionante pero que te cuesta el otro rinyon! XD (mas o menos 15 euros la entrada que puede durar si la alargas 30 minutos XD) aparte de eso comimos un monton, la comida esta de ...