Dragon Lake Princess Hotel

Jiulonghu Community Area, Huadong Town, Guangzhou, Guangdong, 510897, China | 4 star resort
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This 4 star resort is located in the Huadu District area of Guangzhou.
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    Travel Blogs from Guangzhou

    Poi lesson for Musical Director.

    A travel blog entry by 14nationalband on Sep 13, 2014

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    This evening's concert was most definitely the musical highlight of the tour. The Opera House as you will have seen in yesterday's post was beautiful and worthy of its significant reputation. The audiences here are clearly knowledgeable and responded in an unfailingly positive way to our programme.

    The acoustic in the Opera House is the most live that the band has played in, so much so that we had to move out of ...

    Fast trains, chickens and ducks

    A travel blog entry by 14nationalband on Sep 11, 2014

    2 comments, 22 photos

    ... that of New Zealand. It's great to be in the heart of a truly international mega-city.

    This morning was a 6:00am checkout followed by breakfast and a short bus trip to the train station to board the Bullet Train for the 828km trip to Guangzhou. At just over 3 hours – it really is the ultimate way to travel. The trains used to run at a standard top speed of 350km/h but in 2011 this was reduced to 300km/h as the result of safety concerns on ...

    On the road to Guilin

    A travel blog entry by mdunbar91 on Aug 20, 2014

    ... the streets of China. With his foot to the floor, weaving in and out of traffic at high speed, we set off on our race into the unknown. Feeling like we were in a scene from a Hollywood blockbuster; eyes wide, hands clenched, and bumholes tighter than a homophobe watching Brokeback Mountain, we sat, as a Chinese Jason Statham guided us millimeters between traffic at full speed. Still with no clue where we going, the crew began to settle slightly and treat this ...

    Ni Hao China

    A travel blog entry by kev_erin on Aug 01, 2014

    8 comments, 24 photos

    ... It was really hard to get anywhere, especially on the train because there were people everywhere but all moving ridiculously slowing in all different directions.

    10. There's no Facebook, YouTube or Twitter in China.
    Seriously. It's blocked and no one can access it. Despite this people are always walking (slowly) with their head down doing something on their phone. Without Facebook, YouTube or Twitter though goodness knows what they're doing!

    11. ...

    China Days 10, 11, 12

    A travel blog entry by laurenann31 on Jul 24, 2014

    I'm sorry for not writing for the last few days. We have been so busy wrapping up the main tour, saying goodbyes, and getting to Guanzhou. Here's a quick recap of what's happened the last few days. Day 10: We woke up in Yangshuo and started our way back to Guilin. This time, we rode by bus. On the way back we stopped at a cooking school where the girls made a few Chinese dishes. They even made dumplings! They did a great job. After we ate their ...