You Pai Hotel

Address: No.377 Chadianzi Road, Jinniu District, Chengdu, Sichuan, 610000, China | Motel
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This motel, located in the Jinniu District area of Chengdu, is near Dujiangyan Irrigation System, Du Fu Cottage, Wuhou Memorial Temple, and Sanxing Dui Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Chengdu

Eats shoots and leaves (sorry)

A travel blog entry by pennyanddave on Apr 09, 2015

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... on your preference). The park itself was a pleasure to walk around, mostly because we had amassed a small group including a fun family from Rouen, a Palestian couple on a world tour, and the very determined Aurélie, a Parisian living in Hong Kong who had spent enough time living in China to both speak the language and know when to ignore Chinese park attendants who were insisting we return to the shuttle. This allowed us to shed our English respect for the ...

Soaked and Lost in Chengdu

A travel blog entry by kathrynmccormic on May 02, 2013

3 comments, 46 photos

... to be explored just in case there was something extra special there. And there was! I found the Ebony Forest, which was made up of stumps of trees that were somewhere between 3,000 -10,000 years old. They are carbonised and were buried. Not all trees could undergo this process but the ones with strong scents did. The camphor tree was one that was mentioned. They grew along the river and have been excavated from there.
The Jinsha Site was discovered in 2001 when ...


A travel blog entry by james.ashton on Sep 07, 2012

... I am pretty sure they are the same genus as the ewoks (Marky Walsh more distant relatives). How can you go wrong when your panda ambassador is the one and only Jackie Chan (plea to all travelers, please no more rush hour).

Chengdu was our first venture into the sweltering, but tasty world of the hotpot restaurant. This is the most entertaining way to eat in China, and having somehow managed to organize a 50/50 spicy and non-spicy ...

Another Great Wall

A travel blog entry by skidaddle on Apr 06, 2012

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... it was kind of funny trying to get the athiest to get her cards read. I didn't have the greatest of sleeps on the train as I was using what I thought was an extra pillow, but at 2am when another passenger got on I got woken up to a Chinese lady flashing a light in my eye and yelling in mandarin. Oops. Worst part is that I had made Luke take the extra duvet and he decided to sleep on top of it, so he had it pulled from under him at 2am. Lesson learned. We arrived in Chengdu at 5am ...

Spicy Sichuan

A travel blog entry by dgreenberg on Jul 17, 2011

... Needless to say, my leg hair fascinated them.

After many an instant-noodle later, I arrived here in Chengdu on Saturday morning and checked into a very snazzy hostel in an old printing factory. Decided to spend the next week or so here, just relaxing in the city and doing some sightseeing. Chengdu is famous for its spicy food (yum) and also for its Giant Pandas (yet to visit ...