Yungang International Hotel

Address: No.38 Daxi Street, Cheng District, Datong, Shanxi, 037004, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Downtown area of Datong, is near Hanging Monastery, Nine Dragon Screen, Ying Xian Wooden Pagoda, and Mount Hengshan Scenic Spot.
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    Travel Blogs from Datong

    Seven Hours and Thirty Three Minutes

    A travel blog entry by mikejohnmallett on Oct 10, 2014

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... homework and watch movies (on my computer). Anything to make the time go quickly. About half way into the 7 hours and 33 minutes, a man climbed down from the top bunk. As it turned out he spoke English (or as he joked, Chinglish). We had a great conversation. He is a high school English teacher and the first Chinese person that we really talked to at length. There were many other curious passengers intently listening to ...

    Caves, Crowds and Car Parks

    A travel blog entry by turas on Sep 30, 2014

    17 photos

    ... consist of an identical pattern; we pull off the highway (of which, unsurprisingly, there is an extensive national network) into the forecourt of a generic service stop, consisting of one or some of a petrol station, shop and restaurant. Most use the toilet; all gravitate to the store, in vain hope of an array of available edible snacks amidst the chicken feet and vacuum-packed hard boiled eggs. There are soft drinks, but the fridge is off, and room temperature is ...

    Caves, smells and photoshoots

    A travel blog entry by marrre on Aug 11, 2013

    9 photos

    ... but instead the remnants of old China. And by old, I don't mean feudal. I mean old, run-down brick huts from early to mid-1900s, surrounded by narrow, non-paved alleyways and open sewers. But lo and, indeed, behold: Around a random corner, new China appears, with broad pedestrian streets and brand new houses, built in faux-feudal style of intricately carved and ornated wood. As we strolled on, we found ourselves in what was the fashion centre of Datong, the haunt of the ...

    Trans Mongolia, Leg 3, Ulaanbaatar to Beijing.

    A travel blog entry by fromthemill on Oct 13, 2012

    7 photos

    ... until it's too late. Here's hoping they get advice and leadership that balances the traditional way of life, the mining companies greed and the need to improve standards for all. It's a country many of us will hear lots about in the future and I hope it's for all the right reasons. This leg of our train journey is on a huge 15-20 coach train and is packed with the most western travellers of any of our train journeys so far. We ...

    Meeting Tina, my guide

    A travel blog entry by jathomaz on Aug 14, 2010

    24 photos

    ... at the hostel (Chinese women don't sleep in the same room with any man), we got settled in.

    Tina took Mary and myself to the hot pot restaurant; she was able to read the menu and order everything, which was wonderful! I did enjoy it alot. As it turned out, it was the first of many to come.

    On our bus trip out of town to visit the Yungang Caves, I was astounded by the number of ...