Louis Hotel

Address: No.19 Yintong Street, East District, Zhongshan, Guangdong, 528403, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Dong District area of Zhongshan, is near Chung Shan Hot Spring Golf Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Zhongshan

    Nín hǎo Macau!

    A travel blog entry by jeng3 on Jan 17, 2015

    21 photos

    ... awake. We shopped for souvenirs, such as jade jewelry and Chinese-style handheld fans.

    At 3:30 AM, we made our leave for Hac Sa Beach, the largest natural beach in Macau, China. "Hac Sa" literally means “black sand.” Since we all slept on the 9 hour flight from Tokyo to Macau and not many places were open at 4 AM, we relaxed and played on the beach until 6 AM. At 6 AM, we were went ...

    Off to the dragon boats

    A travel blog entry by deborah.young on Jun 02, 2014

    31 photos

    ... of vehicles and people and pollution certainly helped. I then walked back into the downtown part, and decided I would go back to Zhuhai and find the beach and have a swim - good plan!

    By now the real feel temp was 44 degrees and when I walked into a shopping mall to use the bathroom, I could feel the sweat dry on my face and turn to salt - yuk!

    Of course, things seldom go as planned (hence the necessity of an adventuring attitude!) and the bus I thought ...


    A travel blog entry by xxxtoplvgd on Feb 22, 2014

    First, as an international metropolis, the rapid growth of the city bring about cultural loss, but after visited the ruins of St. Paul and St. Francis Church, we can know Macau's citizen and government are well preserved these cultural relics and keep the precious historical memories of Macau. Through visited Macau Museum, we have known more about the Portuguese colonial Macao people how to live and know Macao is how to from a small fishing ...

    Observations of an alien...

    A travel blog entry by missfit on Apr 07, 2013

    8 photos

    ... Yes, most certainly it is. But that’s the great enigma of this place – you hardly seem to notice it. Even freedoms the West takes for granted, I don’t know whether the Chinese people care less about, generally. Not being able to access farce book, you tube and twetter is a small price to pay for an increasingly comfortable lifestyle. Who cares when you can relax after work in your luxury five-bedroom apartment that costs around US$450-500/month (a modest ...

    Just a day trip....for now

    A travel blog entry by kateschronicles on Jul 12, 2012

    89 photos

    ... up and wrecked all but the boat carrying the girl. On arrival in Macau she vanished, to reappear as a goddess, on the spot where the fishermen built her temple. It consists of prayer halls, pavilions and courtyards built into the boulder-strewn hill and connected by winding paths through moon gates and tiny gardens. At the entrance is a large rock on which is engraved a traditional sailing junk. On other boulders are carved red characters invoking the gods or repeating a ...