Xichang

Xichang, China

Hotels in Xichang

Xichang Accommodations (9)
Shunhua Hotel Xichang

Shunhua Hotel Xichang

3.50 3 reviews

Haihe Bridge, Changan South Road, Xichang, China

Xichang Ibis Hotel

Xichang Ibis Hotel

4.00 68 reviews

No.17 South Second Section of Chengnan Avenue, Xichang, China

Xiangxielila Hotel Xichang

Xiangxielila Hotel Xichang

4.00 13 reviews

Opposite of Minzu Stadium, Jiankang South Road, Xichang, China

Xichang Standard International Hotel

Xichang Standard International Hotel

4.00 19 reviews

No.45 Sanchakou East Road, Xichang, China

Travel Blogs from Xichang

Xichang Travel Blogs (28)
The Great Wall - can you see it from space?, Xichang, China travel blog

The Great Wall - can you see it from space?

A travel blog entry by happysheep

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... books have undermined its status, alluding to the human role in its construction, and how the structure reveals much about China's attitudes towards outsiders - whether they are invaders from the north or New York businessmen trying to set up factories to ...

Quake zone still recovering - Yunnan and Sichuan, Xichang, China travel blog

Quake zone still recovering - Yunnan and Sichuan

A travel blog entry by happysheep

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... , but last month's shake has created more problems for the people affected: Race against winter in quake zone By Wu Jiao (China Daily) Updated: 2008-09-04 06:44 Comments() PrintMail The country is racing against time to rebuild homes and set up ...

My god, I am the first Westerner they

My god, I am the first Westerner they've seen

A travel blog entry by happysheep

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... entrepreneur and former formula two driver who has turned his passion for switchbacks into a self-drive touring business in China. I'm not on a tour; rather I'm taking a rear seat on a research trip for Schindler's Sichuan-Yunnan itinerary: heading ...

Earthquake update, Xichang, China travel blog

Earthquake update

A travel blog entry by happysheep

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... of 12 May 2008 that left more than 69,000 people dead and nearly 18,000 missing. On 30 August, China Earthquake Administration, ministry of civil affairs and its departments in Panzhihua and Yunnan launched emergency responses by sending various ...