Yinhe Dynasty Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

99 Xia Xi Shun Cheng Street, Chengdu, Sichuan, 610016, China

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89%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
20%
8
Very Good
47%
19
Average
25%
10
Poor
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2
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2

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Similarly priced and rated as other 4 star hotels

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Good For Couples
  • Families68
  • Couples86
  • Solo75
  • Business57

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Me, in front of a sleeping giant panda.Me, in front of a sleeping giant panda.

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Travel Tips for Chengdu

Chengdu Driver/Guide

by bob1951

To anyone wishing to visit Chengdu,

My wife and I visited Chengdu last June 9, 10 & 11, 2006.

We had made internet arrangements for our transportation with an English speaking driver before we left home with a man named “Mickal”.

We were arriving at about 10:00pm on our flight from Hong Kong so there was nothing left for that day but to get to the hotel and try to eat and sleep. With Mickal’s help, this was an enjoyable experience and we were ready for our one chance day to make it to Wolong.

This sounded pretty easy from all the research we had done, but it was certainly not the case. The road is not only difficult on a good day, but it is under serious construction as we write. The driving skills that Mickal exhibited were outstanding! In the face of all the obstacles we encountered, he had us at our destination in excellent time. WOLONG NATURE RESERVE!!!

We enjoyed seeing the area the Pandas really live in. It is outstanding. With that behind us, Mickal suggested we visit the Panda Research & Breeding Center just outside downtown Chengdu. We had only the next morning before our next flight to Xian. We had believed this would be too much like a zoo, but he persuaded us to see it. It is excellent!!!

He also managed to get us to the Wenshu Temple & Monastery and back to the airport for our next flight in record time.

We cannot speak highly enough of the help Mickal provided for us. If you are going this way, and do not have him to help you, you will be losing out. He is an outstanding person.

If anyone wishes to contact us directly about this, please feel free to drop us an e-mail and we will be happy to respond and try to assist you.

Sincerely Yours,

Bob & Sharon Letendre
Boston, Ma USA
rlletendre@verizon.net

P.S. Mickal’s e-mail address is: csm028@yahoo.com.cn
Cell #: 136 7817 7817

Things to do

by explorer001

Wenshu Temple
Near to Sim's Cosy Guesthouse. About 5 minutes walk.
Entrance Fee - Free

Wuhou Ci (Wuhou Temple)
Take a public bus on the main street from Sim's guesthouse, RMB1
Entrance Fee - a hefty RMB 60

Panda research center & park
Cute pandas lazying around.
Don't forget to apply mosquito repellants - they were happily sucking my blood as I was walking around.

Sichuan Opera
The famous Face-Changing demo will definitely leave your mouth open.

Both Panda & Sichuan opera costs me RMB 170 including return transfers from Sim's Guesthouse.

Du Fu Cao Tang

by Sharrie

DU FU CAO TANG - Thatched Cottage of Du Fu.
Du Fu (712-770) is one of the most famous Tang Dynasty poet. His own disappointments in not getting a ministerial post led him to notice the wide differences between the upper class & the ordinary people which then inspired him to write poems about the sufferings of the poor.

For more detailed readings, please refer to:
http://www.humanistictexts.org/dufu.htm

Maglev train betwn Dujiangyan and Qingcheng Hill !

by xiaomei

In August of 2001, China became the third nation after Germany and Japan to produce a magnetically levitated train.

This technology uses magnets to support and power the train and the train car seats 28 passengers.

The Chinese maglev train is scheduled to run in 2002 between Dujiangyan and Qingcheng Hill, two famous tourist destinations in Southwest China's Sichuan Province. A similar train is also expected to start operating in Beijing's Badaling Great Wall area in 2003.

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