Wenquan Hotel

Wulongbei Town, Zhen'an District, Dandong, Liaoning, 118005, China | Motel
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Location

This motel is located on Wulongbei Town, Zhen'an District, Dandong.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Wenquan Hotel Dandong

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Dandong

Going east

A travel blog entry by alister.bland on Aug 08, 2014

2 comments

... Yalu Jiang Duan Qiao - Yalu River Bridge) and did the tourist thing and walked out on it. Built in 1911 by Japan (when Japan occupied Korea) and partially destroyed by America during the Korean War in 1950. Strangely it lies alongside another bridge built by the Japanese in 1943 (the China - Korea Friendship Bridge) that is still used today by both road (one lane only) and for the rail link between China and North Korea. Confused!!!!!! I am. Maybe the Americans ...

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A travel blog entry by jonnyanddonna on Nov 20, 2013

I'm struggling to articulate my thoughts on North Korea and rather than write a feeble minded review I thought I'd leave a placeholder here The only reason I bother is so that the blogs make chronological sense. I'll edit this into a proper blog at some time. In the meantime read our next blog about the great ...

Why Hello, North Korea

A travel blog entry by jfegler on Jun 24, 2013

58 photos

Hello from Dandong, China! This entry is being written in Dandong, but by the time you read it I will mostly likely be back in Changchun since the internet is sketchy and I don't always have access to a computer and an ethernet cable. Luckily my roommate, Chantell, is super awesome and is letting me use her iPad to at least record my thoughts while on this trip.

We left Changchun at 6am this morning and embarked ...

A Visit to the Border

A travel blog entry by timinharbin on Mar 04, 2013

8 comments, 81 photos

Last weekend I decided to go to Dandong, a city that borders North Korea along the Yalu River. The trip there is a 12 hour train ride. As someone who was trying to be frugal, I decided to sit in a "hard seat," which is the seat which your average Chinese person will get. The problem is, that I am far from an average Chinese person, which was inconvenient. The first reason is that I speak terrible Chinese, which hinders conversations. Secondly, I am ...

The Great Wall at last

A travel blog entry by pecoffd on Oct 16, 2012

... dragon fruit and most importantly, bacon. I washed it all down with a mixture of orange and mango juice. Let's just say that I left the hotel stuffed to the gills. ( AGAIN) Yay happiness in food form!!

I then was driven to the outskirts of town to climb a section of the great wall at Tiger Mountain which runs along the North Korean border. I find it quite fitting that I had my first introduction to the ...