Hai Qu Villa

Address: Wangfuzhou Tourism Area, Xiachuan Island, Taishan, Guangdong, 529266, China | Resort
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This resort is located on Wangfuzhou Tourism Area, Xiachuan Island, Taishan.
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Travel Blogs from Taishan

Long Lines at the Hanging Monastery

A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Aug 17, 2014

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I decided that since we weren't leaving until 9:30 am that I would go for a run. I got up at 6 and ran to the wall and entered the old city and did two laps around the ring road. I saw a lot of interesting things during my two laps. In various places people were doing tai chi. This included the various forms with no equipment and one with the fan and then another that seemed like tai chi but was using the broad sword. There was a group of about 40 people ...

Gateway to Heaven!

A travel blog entry by suenson_taylors on Apr 21, 2010

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... the foot of the great mountain. The only drawback is that the stone has to be lugged all the way to the top and Shi Gandang can make for a hefty travel companion on a route that has some lung busting passages.

Thus, anyone who is anyone in China has climbed the mountain: From Qin Shi Huang, the first Emperor to unify the country in 219 BC, to Confucius to Du Fu to Mao Zedong (the communists covering all their bases). So how could we resist joining such ...

Venetian Macau

A travel blog entry by rcys on Oct 25, 2007


... by winning a bunch of money from the Venetian or at least 1/10th of a hand of Blackjack to put things into perspective. I checked my bags at the bell desk except for my laptop and headed into the brand new casino. I remember last year even during the Grand Prix the Wynn had $100 minimum tables, but the minimum on a Thursday night at the Venetian was $200. I finally found the non-smoking Blackjack tables under the High Limit sign. I was a bit concerned, but fortunately ...


A travel blog entry by dekalb77 on Aug 15, 2007

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Took a day trip to Macau, a small island about one hour west of Hong Kong by high-speed ferry. It quickly has become a gambling mecca for those from mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. Several US casinos have built there, including Venetian, MGM Grand and Wynn. I expected more from Macau. Frankly, the areas where the locals live, away from the casinos, are quite rundown and dirty. There is a nice little shopping area with old Portuguese buildings (the ...

Mysterious Macau

A travel blog entry by yoni on Jun 30, 2007

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... Macau we know from 50's spy films noirs, we just need our trench coats. We took a trolley up Guia Hill the highest point on the peninsula. Up on Guia Hill is the old Portuguese Monte Fort that overlooks the city and harbor. From here we can see that there is another part of Macau; the new Macau of mega Los Vegas style casinos. Macau is famous for its casinos and they are building some huge ones. Gambling is legal here ...