Yu Xiu Yuan Hotel

Address: No.10 Fangling Road, W1 Section of Yihuan Road, Qingyang District, Chengdu, Sichuan, 610072, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.10 Fangling Road, W1 Section of Yihuan Road, Qingyang District, Chengdu, is near Dujiangyan Irrigation System, Du Fu Cottage, Wuhou Memorial Temple, and Qingyang Palace (Green Ram Temple).
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Travel Blogs from Chengdu

Giant Buddha, Giant Pandas...Big Things in Chengdu

A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Apr 18, 2015

57 photos

... for our flight that evening. We had a really great time in the city of Chengdu, seeing the famous and adorable Giant Pandas, the Giant Buddha and taking a closer look at local everyday life in People’s Park. Our guide’s energy was infectious and it made the couple of days we spent there fly by and as we headed for the airport we were sad to leave but also ready to keep moving, to our next stop in Huangshan to visit the Yellow Mountain!

Until Next Time…David & Bree! ...

The great, the bad and the awesome

A travel blog entry by keithandkim on Sep 09, 2013

1 comment, 34 photos

... pickup truck. We were in shock and had no idea what it was all about. We are still not sure, but figure it might have been a circus truck promoting a travelling circus or something. Sadly, it hit the highway infront of us and sped away before we could get real close. We sure did not expect that in the Chinese countryside. Anyways, Dragon Bridge turned out to be a tourist trap with little to no actual view of the bridge, and hawkers everywhere. But, the ride to ...

The Seven Year Itch

A travel blog entry by matfloyd on Sep 18, 2012

2 photos

... are giving the item to is amazing. Hand some money to a sales assistant with two hands; you get a huge smile, a slight bow, your change presented in two hands into your hands and an enthusiastic 'Xie Xie’ (thank you). Hand that same sales assistant the money with just your right hand, you won’t get a smile, no bow and likely as not, the money will be dropped onto the counter for you to collect. The great thing is that when you get it right, ...


A travel blog entry by poridley on Feb 26, 2012

129 photos

... next day I had every intention of going to see the big budha but woke up at 1pm so was too late. I went for a walk down towards Tamsin square. Went to a monastary which is on the way then got to the square and pretty much had a McFlurry in McDonalds then walked back. I went back to the hostel and sat and drank beer all day with Nana in the hostel. We ended up staying up til about 6am with a French guy who was staying there as ...


A travel blog entry by rausten on Jul 17, 2011

102 photos

... one), then the fortune was printed, told to me in Chinese, and translated by Dora. All this for 10 yuan. After exploring the temple's many buildings and courtyards, we crossed the river on a long hanging bridge - quite the experience, as it was very wobbly, with the turbulent river below. Further walking and sightseeing.... at one point, we found a woman with a bucket of turtles and learned that they could be ...