Jin's Inn Xinjiekou Nanjing

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

47 Guanjiaqiao, Nanjing, Jiangsu, 210005, China
Jin's Inn Xinjiekou Nanjing
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tibet

by mcfly1885

anyone successfully made a trip from Nanjing to Tibet? Would like to go for nat week in october (am a brit national living in nanjing btw)...

RE: tibet

by lestitsbebes

Hi
never been to Tibet but live in Nanjing and would be interested in going with a group!

RE: RE: tibet

by Helenbb

I suggest you'd better prolong your trip after national holidays. Otherwise you can see nothing but only people.

RE: RE: tibet

by mcfly1885

Think early feb would be a good time?

RE: RE: tibet

by Helenbb

:) That is chinese new year !! Holiday again .

RE: tibet

by Jessie_Chin

My friend from Sweden made the trip this summer. But he got help from some local friend. Otherwise, it would not be easy for a foreigner to travel without joining any agencies.

Sth like a lisence or a visa has to be achieved before your trip. And you have to make an application to their office. I know there are offices in Shanghai Beijing and Chengdu, but not Nanjing.

Travel Tips for Nanjing

Nanjing Yangtze River Bridge

by yipsufen

It is the longest bridge on Yangtze River & built proudly by the chinese & supported by Mao Zedong's government. This a two-tiered bridge for vehicles & trains.

You can go up to the observation deck to see the vast river & traffic crawling on the bridge. Inside the observatory a tall statue of Chairman Mao stood at the main entrance. There's a shop here displaying & selling snuff bottles & painted crystal globes.

Zhonghua Gate

by mke1963

Built in 1366 during the Yuan Dynasty, the formodable Zhonghua gate is one of the most spectacular city gates in China, outshining the Great Wall for sheer bulk and presence. It took 20 years to complete, by when the Ming Dynasty had started its long rule.

The complex is simply massive, and unusually, all four gates through it are perfectly aligned with each other. Each archway had a drop-down gate weighing more than a tonne which could effectively trap any force trying to enter the city. The invaders could then be slaughtered from the high battlements.

Inside the structure are 27 caves that could hide more than 3,000 soldiers, most of them in a series of long arched vaults under the innermost gate. They could quickly go up the ramps at either side, to fan out along the city walls or defend the gate itself.

Unfortunately, the gate is now marooned as a traffic island, cut off the from the city wall with which it was originally joined.

Inside the gate are displays and information on Nanjing's history, some of it telling the story of the Rape of Nanjing when Japanese troops brutally massacred large numbers of the city's citizens.

Mausoleum of Dr Sun Yat-sen

by Willettsworld

The Mausoleum of Dr Sun Yat-sen is situated in the middle of the Purple Mountains for the father of the Republic of China who was buried here on June 1, 1929. Construction of the tomb started in January of 1926 and was finished in the spring of 1929. The actual tomb building is more than 700 hundred meters away from the archway, which is the entrance of the mausoleum. There is a three-tier stone stand on which a huge bronze ding, an ancient Chinese vessel symbolizing power, perches. Beyond the entrance archway is the 480-meter-long and 50-meter-wide stairway which has some 392 stairs (take your time to climb these!). At the end of the stairway is a gate which is 16 meters high and 27 meters wide. The tri-arched marble gate is inscribed with four Chinese characters written by Dr. Sun, "Tian Xia Wei Gong" which means "What is under heaven is for all". Inside the gate there is a pavilion in which a 9-meter-high stele is set, which is a memorial monument set by the Kuomintang (KMT). A few stairs up is the sacrificial hall and the vault in which his coffin rests. The ceiling displays the flag of the KMT.

Admission: Y80 for Dr Sun Yat-sen Mausoleum & Linggu Temple, Y70 for Ming Tomb, Y140 for combo ticket.

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