Jiu Zhai Gou Season One

September 30, 2006 in China

Pun of the day:
Are you willing Tibet I’ve never seen a paradise before?

In Jiu Zhai Gou, we stayed in the most luxurious hotel–Jiu Zhai Paradise.

Ahh what a name.

Even though it is a 5-star hotel, the decor is mostly very traditional, with Tibetan folk motifs everywhere. It is very interesting to see both modern and traditional elements co-existing harmoniously, thus creating a spectacular fusion.

Interestingly, the exterior of the hotel is completely made of glass, but unfortunately, the rafters which support the glass didn’t give me a clear view of sky outside.

Even the bellboys were dressed in Tibetan costumes!

The rooms were gorgeous!

The breakfasts were yummy!


I wonder. If only they use the milk to produce some cheese, it will be the BESTestestest cheese in the galaxy.

Lots and lotsa desserts!

Japanese food.


They even had something for us, just in case we missed home!

Little souvenirs sold in the hotel.

Fuzzy Foxies!

Gruff goaties!

Puffy poochies!

Shopping in Jiu Zhai Gou!

Warao… a bead too much right.
We also visited a Tibetan village.

Everything about them is so colorful. Their clothes, their accessories, and even their homes!

It is said that there’s nothing in a Tibetan house, because they wear all of their wealth on their bodies.

Warao… color overload!! @_@

The Tibetan performance at night.

Watch the videos!

(pardon the poor quality and shakiness cuz i sat very far away… 🙁 )

Anyway. You still haven’t seen the best of Jiu Zhai Gou yet. Hehehe.

Stay cheesed!

Stored in China | 26 Cheesed

26 people cheesed “Jiu Zhai Gou Season One”

  1. fuwahh…very colorful & vibrant. Not to mention tibetan chix are not bad ah. hey i js wondering did u tried all those exotic titbits?

    anyway china is a must go for myself since already got so many offical invitations from friends there. sigh…duit duit di mana kau duit!

  2. mongolia have the best farming, and their milk qualit consider as the best….
    so u r very lucky to tried it…..

    i’m wondering if the quality of the cheese are equally best….lol

    the most impressive thing is the rendang beef, their beef is better than us, the spices are the same…so u might just tasted the best ever beef rendang….aint you?

    wonderful trip……

  3. 恶人饿了扁 says:

    the hotel looks fantastic.. i heard about it being good… didnt know it was so good.
    their rooms look better then most malaysian hotels.
    wow!!! the tibetan show looks so Vegas… if only they hv a casino too.
    i wonder the richest tibetan can move out of the house, imagine all the wealth he/she wears,
    ….so heavy. very colourful culture.

  4. eh hold on a minutee….i spotted an anomaly.

    how come Malaysian rendang is written as Malaysian Beef Curry in mandarin??
    as far as i know rendang should be 仁丹 in chinese duh.

  5. enrico: You are absolutely right about it. The unpolluted grass and water makes the cow super healthy! 😀

    Cheez i miss the milk.

  6. i know where they serve that milk in malaysia tho…
    and you’ve been there before as well…

  7. I am, wordless.

    My Heart is on Fire!!!

    And Tibet looks absolutely fantastic!
    I bet that milk is the best! And I know Good milk! 🙂

    You know how I feel about you, so I will just say – I love you, again!

  8. when are you going show us the ?


  9. I love their performing’s costumes lo…so nice and so colourful. Hopefully I will be able to go there someday..thanks Cheesie…I love your blog, so interesting and informative. Keep blogging ya 😀

  10. I love the shot of the couple in the show.

    Now – That’s a classic happy couple! (As all couples should be!)

    Rather than put it all here….

    Just a nice passage I thought might be appro po!

    Might start a blog on my site… does anyone care? 🙂
    Bit of a newbie to this Web stuff, but I try!

    Love Ya!

  11. Colourful Tibet.

  12. reli very colourful it starts to feel a bit freaky… like made of paper…

  13. ooohh..nice seeing you again babe :o)
    & i can’t read your protected posts!! **bawls**

  14. Lainey: Nice seeing you too! Good luck with your new job! Wahaha. ^_^

  15. cheesie, such a fantastic holiday u had! 😀

  16. Dear Cheesie,

    the trip that you’ve gone, is it a trip from ING?

    just curious.


  17. hhahaha

    what kinda words are those? hehehhe
    but funny and quirky.. i like! haha
    maybe u should write for some mags

  18. Thats just an ordinary milk la… I think it was the most popular milk in China… The milk market in Hong Kong was also been invaded by this brand of milk… Now i drink “Meng Niu” evryday =.=”

  19. u can get meng niu from a restaurant in low yat plaza lower ground. the restaurant is called 港飲港吃. cozy lil restaurant with nice food 🙂 obviously serving hong kong food.

  20. the restaurant was damn shit…cant even compare to a normal hong kong shop (ca chan teng)…i seriously advise u all dun go there…its nth like the real hong kong thing…

  21. very nice travelogue…

  22. do you know the title of the song that is mostly played there? it was even sang in the play..

  23. Thanks for the report, I’m heading to Jiu Zhai Gou in May, and I’m looking for hotel information, all I can find info on is the Sheraton and Jiu Zhai Paradise.

    I just noticed, your “foxies” are actually red pandas, and your goats are Tibetan Antelope. Close enough though.

    Thanks again for the input.

  24. very blog…..
    i am tibetan …
    i love my colorful custome and profound religion ….
    star hotel on roof of the world..
    nice picture
    i liked ur picture

  25. Hello Tawang! Thanks for commenting. You stay in India?

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