Tianyuan Muge Hotel

Address: Jinsha Service Zone, East of Sanqingshan Scenic Spot, Shangrao, Jiangxi, 334000, China | Resort
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This resort is located on Jinsha Service Zone, East of Sanqingshan Scenic Spot, Shangrao.
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Travel Blogs from Shangrao

Good Morning Drunkstable....I mean Copper!

A travel blog entry by eddakath on Jun 14, 2013

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... acquired the Aynak copper mine in Afghanistan and the Northern Peru Copper Corp in 2007 and raised one billion dollars on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange last year to fund the projects. The Afghanistan project, of which seventy five percent is owned by Metallurgical Corp China Ltd and twenty five percent by Jiangxi Copper, has been delayed due to the ...

Sunburn Hike

A travel blog entry by carliemarshie on May 12, 2013

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I fell a bit behind on this entry...my lack of sleep caught up with me, and I had to give in!

Anyway, we deviated from the original schedule a bit today. We visited a place called Yaoli (yow-lee), which was a 2 hour drive through pretty mountains and past rice fields.

We saw the sites of some original Long Kilns, which was very neat. I was able to try throwing with some clay from that ...


A travel blog entry by sting on Nov 02, 2012

Sanqingshan is in the middle of nowhere... my guesthouse was just outside a little village named Fenghui.... nothing around... but the guesthouse is amazing... staying in a dorm that has a loft and I have a bed on top... one of the nicest guesthouses in China so far. Eating communally at ...

In the clouds

A travel blog entry by lklassen on Aug 06, 2012

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... response, and everyone seemed to be enjoying the peculiarity of the conditions. The path continued north, eventually reaching a Taoist temple, where I stopped for a quick snack. From here, the path led downhill for a ways before reaching a small suspension bridge, where some young guys had the thrill of scaring their mothers by shaking it back and forth. At around 12:30, with the path descending some more, I was no longer walking in the clouds, and I once again had views ...

Making (and foregoing) plans

A travel blog entry by lklassen on Aug 05, 2012

... the bad news. Because a gondola lift cost 125 yuan ($20), they said that it would not be worth it for me to go up for only a few hours, also because there are no short trail routes at the top. Though I didn't want to, I conceded. I still had a full day in the area tomorrow, where I would certainly give myself enough time to enjoy the sights of Sanqingshan. I took the minibus back to Yushan. After killing some time at the hotel (there is literally nothing worth doing or ...