No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travelers also looked at:
TripAdvisor Reviews Zilaixuan Hotel Zhongshan
Travel Blogs from Zhongshan
... be likely that there won't be any to pick up at the airport. If your kids are planning on exchanging money in Japan please bring either HKD or USD as MOP will NOT be accepted in JapanIf there are any concerns before Tuesday, please email our trip leader, Mr. Jason Liu (firstname.lastname@example.org). See you at the airport!
... St. Paulīs College and Mount Fortress were all Jesuit constructions and formed what can be perceived as the Macauīs acropolis. Nowadays, the faįade of the Ruins of St. Paulīs functions symbolically as an altar to the city.
After we reached the Senate Square we could see that it was as busy as the Ruins of St. Paulīs but we also immediately understood why. Largo do Senado (in Portuguese) Square has been Macauīs urban center for centuries, and is still the most ...
... was incense’s flavor. Later I saw some residents paid respect in the temple.
It made me felt the ancient culture of the people in this moment.
When we enter the temple, we could see a lot of stautes on the
table. And one of whom was NA Tcha, made me feels that he was very brave. Although
the Temple is very small, I don’t think it affect me to feel the ancient
culture of the people in this temple. ...
... can't remember right now. Interesting--some good, some just different. It was hard to tell who our waiter was. The food was delivered and the drinks were refilled by a variety of people. When it came time to pay the bill, one man who could speak English showed up.
By the time dinner was over and we found our way back through the mall to the ship, it was after dark. We missed the outdoor light show on the high-rise buildings along the harbor.
... minds does not exist here, nor does the freedom to worship - except for watered down Buddhism. But I’m sure it happens in private and behind closed doors. I did read somewhere recently that China has one of the fastest growing Christian populations, yet you cannot see a church anywhere. Just so long as they don’t bring attention to themselves, I guess they're left alone. Though I’ve noticed as soon as politics is mentioned, people immediately clam up and even ...