Rules to Know about China Before You Come Over

On November 25, 2011, in Tips & Ideas, by Jack Li

There are a couple of things that China does differently then the western countries. So before you start you China travels there is information you need to know. If you ever traveled to a new land you will know that things are different in each country so don’t expect things to be the same in […]

There are a couple of things that China does differently then the western countries. So before you start you China travels there is information you need to know. If you ever traveled to a new land you will know that things are different in each country so don’t expect things to be the same in China as in your own land. Your China tour will go smoothly if you understand what you need to prepared for.

1. How to cross the street

Unlike western countries where cars stop for pedestrians, in China the pedestrians stop for the cars. If the street is a bigger street you will notice many people crossing little by little meaning that the cars are still driving by and the people are standing in the middle of them. One reason why this happens is because people who are driving cars will usually ignore traffic laws. They will be in the wrong lanes or go when they should have stopped.

When you start to cross the street you will need to notice all of the cars. Keep a look out even when the sign for pedestrians is green. Make sure the cars notice you and know that you are there. If you are like most foreigners cross the street with other people go when they go, stop when they stop. Be care when you cross the street and remember to keep a look out and everything will be fine.

2. You will be a mini-celebrity

If you travel to a remote town or city you will have people staring at you. If you noticed they will also be taking your picture. If they know some English they will ask you to take a picture with them. It will make their day if you say yes and do. Don’t be rude let them take your picture, they are taking your picture as the fact that they don’t see that many westerns people. They will als0 try to speak to you give them some of your time, it will be worth it.

3. Internet sites blocked

If you plan on coming to China and you plan on getting on facebook then stop since facebook is blocked in China. Twitter is also block. Most people who come over find a proxy to use. Some of these proxies will cost you. Some are free but only work for a short time. Or most people will use their time in China and not get on facebook. The deciding is your find a proxy or not use facebook while you are here.

4. Carry tissue paper and hand sanitizer with you.

 When you start to travel around China you will quickly learn that most bathrooms don’t have toilet paper. So it will be helpful to you and others who are traveling with you if one of you has tissue paper. Some bathrooms will not have soap so remember to carry hand sanitizer with you.  If you are prepared then you will not need to worry about using a public bathroom.

Keep in mind these simple rules and you will be able to make it in China. So when you step off of your China flight you will be ready to travel around China. China is an exciting country you will see and do a lot. Therefore come prepared so that you can enjoy your time.

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Souvenirs Shopping in Beijing

On November 24, 2011, in Shopping, by Jack Li

Most people when they travel to a new country like to buy objects that remind them of their travels. This article will tell you want you need to buy on your China tour and where to buy them at. So when you travel to Beijing you will not worry about finding a souvenirs shops. Beijing […]

Most people when they travel to a new country like to buy objects that remind them of their travels. This article will tell you want you need to buy on your China tour and where to buy them at. So when you travel to Beijing you will not worry about finding a souvenirs shops.

Beijing Hongqiao Market (Pearl Market)

Each year 1,000,000 visitors go shopping at the Pearl Market. The best time to stop by is during winter time and during the weekend day. Not a lot of people are shopping at these times so it will be easier for you to haggle. On the first few floors you will be able to find digital products and watches. The Pearl Market is the most famous digital market in Beijing. You can buy watches of all different brands. You can also find silk on these floors. Silk symbolizes ancient China times. You can buy silk scarf’s, ties and clothes.

On the other floors you will be able find jewelry from China’s famous jade to pearls to silver, coral and emerald gem. The Pearl Market is the largest pearl centre in China. You will be able to pick from seawater pearls or freshwater pearls. On these floors you will be able to find souvenirs to take home with you or give to other people. These souvenirs include eternal balls, chopped sticks, scrolls, dragons, phone charms, kites and much more.

The Pearl Market is located in Tiantan Donglu Chongwen District it is located right across the street from the Temple Of Heaven. If you are traveling there by subway take line 5 and get off at Tiantan East Gate, leave through exit A. As you exit look across the street you should see a building with big letters that say Hongqiao Market- Pearl Market.

 Silk street- (Xiushui Street)

Silk Street has over 300 stores, and each shop keeper will want you to buy something from them so be prepared to haggle. To get the best price haggle with more then one shopkeeper to see if you can get the price that you want. Also watch out of shopkeeper keepers they will trap you in their store and won’t let you leave in till you buy something. There are many things you can buy at Silk Street things like bags, shoes (all brands and types), coats, clothes, ties, silk, jewelry, souvenirs, plus much more.

The shopper keepers only speak simple English so they will use a calculator to show you the price, you will need to show them what you are willing to pay. They will start at a high number so you should start at a low number and slowly go up to the price that you are willing to pay. If they are being unreasonable walk away they will chase you down and say you can buy what you want for your price. Make sure you haggle or you will over pay. If you are traveling to Silk Street by subway take line 1 to Yong’anli station. The exit for Silk street will say Silk Street.

When you decide to go shopping make sure you plan on going for a couple of hours, you will need time to haggle. Always remember to have fun while you are haggling. Your Beijing tour will not be completed unless you try to haggle. So when you come to Beijing plan on shopping at one of the famous shopping centre.

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Things to Try in China

On November 22, 2011, in Cultural Experience, Nightlife, Restaurants & Food, by Jack Li

When you go on your China travel there are a couple of activities you should try while you are visiting. The first activity is KTV known as Karaoke Television. The second is street food. You must try the street food. KTV and street food are very popular to the locals and to foreigners. Trying these […]

When you go on your China travel there are a couple of activities you should try while you are visiting. The first activity is KTV known as Karaoke Television. The second is street food. You must try the street food. KTV and street food are very popular to the locals and to foreigners. Trying these two activities will be entertaining for you and the people who will come with you on your China tour.   

KTV is the Best way to send a night.

If you want to have fun like the local do then KTV is right for you. KTV stands for Karaoke Television. Instead of singing karaoke at a bar, here in China they rent out rooms for people to come and sing and dance. So if you just want to have fun times try KTV.

There are many reason why people go to KTV some of reason could be for a work party, or for a friends birthday party or just to be able to hangout with each other. Each group of people will get one room where all of their friends are and sing to each other their favorite’s songs. Each room has a big scene and a stage with a microphone. KTV will allow you to get your groove on and impress your friends. Foreigners love going to KTV because it is really fun way to send their time and they can feel like a small celebrity without being judged.

Street food is good-

Most cities in China will have street food able to you. Some cities will have night market where you can walk down a street of vendors and see the different street food that they are offering. Some of the foods you can try are star fish, snake, and frog, meat on a stick, dog, cat, sea horse, bugs and much more. If you don’t want to try a new adventure then you can get fruit with a sugar coating (these are really good) or yogurt.

If you are too scared to try these kinds of food you can always get a Chinese pancake.  These pancake are made with egg you can watch the person make it for you. They have a big circle grill where they pour the batter then they use a stick to make the batter circle. They will cook each side of it when it. You will have a choices of what you want to put in side of it lettuce or a meat. When it is all done the person making it will fold it up and give it to you. It will be nice and warm. These are good to eat whenever. Another food you should try is the China style burger. These are pitas filled with meat and lettuces. They are really good. So when you are in China make sure you try the street food.    

As you get off your China flight make note to try KTV and street food. Trying these two activities will allow you to be entertained. It will also help you understand Chinese cultural a little better. You might think that the street food is weird but many locals enjoy these kinds of food and eat it on a regular basic. So come to China and do what the locals do.

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Ways to Travel Around China

On November 21, 2011, in China Travel Gossip, Tips & Ideas, Transportation, Travel Info, by Jack Li

Take a China tour and enjoy the different types of transportation. There are several types of transportation you should try they are airplanes, rickshaws, bikes, buses, taxis, and subway. These types of transportation will add excitement to your China travels. Airplane If you would love to see more then one city in China but you […]

Take a China tour and enjoy the different types of transportation. There are several types of transportation you should try they are airplanes, rickshaws, bikes, buses, taxis, and subway. These types of transportation will add excitement to your China travels.

Airplane

If you would love to see more then one city in China but you only have a limited of time in China, then feel free to travel by Airplane. Airplanes will get you there fast so you can spend more time sight seeing.

Rickshaw

Rickshaws are a cool way to see the sights. A rickshaw is a small carriage pulled by a driver who is riding a bike. Tourist who visit Beijing love to ride rickshaws through the hutongs. Rickshaws are not only used in Beijing they are used all over so if you decided that you don’t feel like walking then find a rickshaw so that you can still enjoy the sights.

Bikes

Another cool way to see the sights is by biking them. Some places where it is fun to bike are Xi’an city wall and from your hotel in Yangshuo to the mud caves. It is also a great way to get your exercises and to see the sights. Many local Chinese ride bikes on a daily basis. So if you want to feel like a local rent a bike and ride it around the city you are staying at. The best time to go bike riding is in the summertime.

Buses

Only major cities like Beijing and Shanghai have subways so if you go to a city that has no subway you will need to ride a bus. Buses are a fun way to travel. Just make sure you know where you are going so that you don’t miss your stop. There are different types of buses first is a double decker bus. On these buses it will be easier for you to find a seat. The second type of bus is a tours bus these buses come with soft comfortable seats. So if you want to see an attraction that is far from your city it is a good idea to catch one of these buses.  The third type of bus is a regular bus; these buses are great for getting you around the city. They will be less expensive then a taxi.

Taxis

If you want to travel to your destination fast then taxi is the best way to go. Taking a taxi will cost you more then taking the subway or bus. If you travel after eleven pm at night in Beijing you will need to take a taxi since the subway will be closed.  

Subways

Traveling by subway is easy to do. Every subway station has a map in it that show all the subway lines and where they are going. So when you enter the subway you will need to know what stop you need so that you can find your way by using the subway map. The subway takes over one million people a day. It is a lot cheaper then going by taxi. Most popular attractions in Beijing have a subway stop near it.

 So when you came to China remember that it is easy to get around. You can book your China flight online to help you get to your destination fast. Bus, taxis and subways are also convent for everyday travel.

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Big Wild Goose Pagoda

On November 18, 2011, in Historical Relics, Tours, Towers, Pagodas & Grottoes, Xi'an, by Jack Li

Xi’an has lots of Attractions to see. One of these many actions is the Big Wild Goose Pagoda. Seeing the Wild Goose Pagoda will add memories to your Xi’an tour. If you are staying in downtown Xian the Wild Goose Pagoda will only be 2.49 miles from your Xi’an Hotel. So the Pagoda is in […]

Xi’an has lots of Attractions to see. One of these many actions is the Big Wild Goose Pagoda. Seeing the Wild Goose Pagoda will add memories to your Xi’an tour. If you are staying in downtown Xian the Wild Goose Pagoda will only be 2.49 miles from your Xi’an Hotel. So the Pagoda is in a great location, you will only need to send half the day there.

Big Wild Goose Pagoda is a symbol of the old-line in Xian. This Pagoda is a holy place for Buddhists. There are three attractions to see while you are there first is the Big Wild Goose Pagoda, second is Da Ci’en Temple and lastly is the North Square. The Big Wild Goose Pagoda is very old it was built in 652 during the Tang Dynasty.  

There is a legend on how the Wild Goose Pagoda got its name. The Buddhist of the town were having a hard time finding meat to buy. One of the monks noticed a group of geese flying by he said ‘Today we have no meat. I hope the merciful Bodhisattva will give us some’. Soon after that the one of the wild goose broke its wing and fell to the ground. All the monks started to believed that Bodhisattva was blessing them, in return they needed to be more religious. At the very spot the wild goose fell they built the Pagoda and named it Wild Goose Pagoda.  

The Wild Goose Pagoda is 211.6 feet high. Its looks like a square cone, it is very simple but grand. It is made out of bricks. As you enter the Pagoda you will notice stairs that twist up. Feel free to climb these stairs. At the top of the stairs you will have a view of Xian City.

Da Ci’en Temple is the home to Big Wild Goose Pagoda. Before the temple stands a stature of Xuanzang. The story goes, once there was a man named Xuanzang he went on a long journey. He stated his journey in Chang’an ancient Xi’an where he asked the emperor if he could travel to India. He emperor granted him permission. He traveled for seventeen years. When he finally returned he brought back with him Buddha figures, 657- stras, and Buddha relics. He became the first abbot of Da Ci’en Temple. With the support from the royals he was able to get fifty hierarchs into the temple and he was also able to translate the Sanskrit into Chinese.

Before you enter the temple you will notice the Bell Tower in east and the Drum Tower in west. The Bell tower has a iron bell that weights 15 tons. You will need to be prepared to pay to get into the temple it will cost 50RMBs and it will also cost you 30RMBs to ascend the Big Wild Goose Pagoda. To get there you will need to take a tourist bus. You can choose what line you take 6, 8, or 9 make sure you get off at Big Wild Pagoda. It is open 8-5. So when you travel to Xi’an make sure you visit the Big wild Goose Pagoda.

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Types of Trains and Classes of Train

On November 17, 2011, in Cultural Experience, Tips & Ideas, Travel Info, by Jack Li

Let’s say you are in Beijing and you plan to travel to Xi’an you don’t want to take a China flight because it cost too much so you choose to travel by train. The first thing you need to know is that there are five kinds of trains they are regular (only have numbers), fast (K/N), […]

Let’s say you are in Beijing and you plan to travel to Xi’an you don’t want to take a China flight because it cost too much so you choose to travel by train. The first thing you need to know is that there are five kinds of trains they are regular (only have numbers), fast (K/N), express (D/T), direct (Z), tourist(Y) and temporary (L). Second thing you need to know about trains is that there are different class hard seat, hard sleeper, soft seat and soft sleeper.

Kinds of Trains

Direct Express Train (Z) or Zhida in Chinese can reach up to 160km per hour as their top speed. The (Z) trains only have soft sleepers and soft seats so this train is ideal for long distance travel. Some (Z) trains will have several stops while others will have only one stop. Express Train (T) or Tekuai in Chinese have limited of stops on their route but these stops are usually in major cities. Express Train top speed is 140km per hour. The (T) trains are equipped with soft/hard seats and sleepers.

Fast Train (K) or Kuaiche in Chinese is slower the (Z) and (T) trains. The top speed of (K) train is only 120km per hour. This train has multiple of stops. The good thing about this train that it has air condition and four classes of train berths. Temporary train (L) also known as Linke in Chinese is only used during holiday travel time such as Chinese Spring Festival and National Holiday. You can find this train listed in the official fixed train schedule. Try not to take (L) train since they are known for delays. The (Y) train is for the tourist. If you want to travel to popular sights or destinations then you can travel by a (Y) train. For example a (Y) train will take people to the Great Wall.

Classes of train

There are four classes of Train seats one soft sleeper, two hard sleeper, three Soft seat and fourth hard seat. The soft sleeper has two bunks in each compartment. Each compartment has a door allowing separate access plus they come with slippers, cloths brush, tea cups, trash can. If you need to plug something in don’t worry each compartment has a wall socket. The toilets will be the clean and have toilet paper. If you travel by a sleeper train the price will be higher.

Hard Sleepers are not as comfortable as a soft sleeper. Each compartment has six fix bunks; there is no door so it will be noisy. Each bed will come with a pillow blankets and sheets. If you want to be more comfortable then sitting on a seat then hard sleeper is want you want it will also be cost effective.

Soft seats are nice and comfortable seats. They do have cushions. There will be five seats in a row each one will have a folding table. Hard seats are the lowest price. They are not comfortable if you going on a long or overnight train. The carriage will be noisy and crowed. The toilets are unclean and cramped and will not have toilet paper. If you want to be adventurous or travel like a local then the hard seat is a wonderful way to travel.

Your China tour should include at least one train ride. It will help you make your vacation more exciting. It will also help you save money on travel since it will cost you less then a plan ticket. Remember there are different trains and different classes just pick the one you want to experience.

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Part 2- A Quick Guide to China Trains

On November 16, 2011, in Tips & Ideas, Travel Info, by Jack Li

The best way to get around on your China Tour is by trains. Some people might not like traveling by trains because they don’t know the basic information on trains. My “Part One of a Quick Guide to China Trains” talked about how to buy tickets and where you need to go to buy tickets. This […]

The best way to get around on your China Tour is by trains. Some people might not like traveling by trains because they don’t know the basic information on trains. My “Part One of a Quick Guide to China Trains” talked about how to buy tickets and where you need to go to buy tickets. This article will be on the Train Reservations and train’s stations. By the time you are finished reading these articles you will want to leave your China hotel so that you can experience the joy of riding a train.

Train Reservation

Before you buy your ticket you need to know when you can reserve it. You can buy your train ticket Ten to five days before you depart. Most train tickets will be put on sale ten days before the train departs. If you feel like it a busy destination then you will want to go buy your ticket on the day they start to sell them to make sure you get your ticket before they sell out.

Train Station

As you enter the train station be ready to put your luggage through a scanning machine. A number of train stations in China have first class waiting room or second class waiting room. If you have a soft-sleeper or a soft seat then you can wait in the first class waiting room. If you have a hard seat or a hard-sleeper then you have to wait in the second class waiting room. Make sure you get to the train station early so you have enough time to find your waiting room and you also have enough time to board your train. It is also a good idea to arrive early so that you can have a seat in the waiting room or you will be standing or sitting on the ground, seeing as the train stations get very busy.

At each train station there will be an electric panel with train numbers and where it’s headed. Each electric panel has two colors red and green; when the electric panel turns green that will be your signal to board your train. To find your train carriage you will need to look at the carriage to see if it has a number or letter if it not there look at the ground next to the carriage it will be written there. Make sure you do not throw away your ticket because you will need it to exit the train.

Taking a train will be enjoyable because you have the opportunity to look out the window and see what China is really about. Looking out the window will show you how different each place is from how people live and what types of houses they live in. You will also be able to see different landscapes. Some of the most beautiful sights you will see will be from your train window. As soon as you plan your China Travel make certain that you plan on traveling by a train.

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Part 1- A Quick Guide to China Trains

On November 15, 2011, in Tips & Ideas, Travel Info, by Jack Li

If you are planning on a China tour and you want to travel by train but you have no idea on how to get a train ticket, look no further this article will tell you all you need to know about booking a train ticket. One of the cheapest ways to get around China is […]

If you are planning on a China tour and you want to travel by train but you have no idea on how to get a train ticket, look no further this article will tell you all you need to know about booking a train ticket. One of the cheapest ways to get around China is by traveling by trains. Traveling by train will help you save money on your China travel.

Train Tickets

There are many ways to get a train ticket you can go through your hotel, or you can go to the train station, or go to a train agency, or buy it online. The most convenient way is to go through your hotel. The hotel staff can help you book your ticket. Then the ticket will be sent to your hotel. If you don’t want to talk to anyone then you can email you hotel and ask them to do it for you. Hotels will charge you extra if you book your ticket through them.

If you want a cheap ticket the best way to do that is by going to the train station. In most stations the ticket office is separate from the waiting area. At the Beijing Station the ticket office is off to the left of the main part of the station, in big letters it says Ticket Office. If you are a foreigner make sure you go to the window that says Foreigners Window. To make it easier for you and the person helping you, write down where you want to go and what time you want to leave and what kind of train you want to go on. This way the person who is booking your ticket clearly understand what you want and it will be easier for them help you get the ticket you want. When you go to the train station make sure you take your passport with you. No passport no ticket.

The third place you can go to get a ticket is from a ticket agency. These agencies will be located in small offices around big cities. Some of these agencies will be hard to find and too recognized. The people working at these agencies might not know how to speak or read English so it might be helpful if you take a local with you to buy your ticket or if you know someone who can speak Chinese you can call them and have them translate for you. Another way is to have someone write down what you want in Chinese then all you have to do is show the piece of paper to workers and they can help you buy your ticket.  These agencies do have a small charge so be prepared to pay at least five Yuan.

A quick way to book a train ticket is by doing it online. Train tickets are usually expensive if you book online. There is a number of travel agency that sells train tickets for example ChinaTravelDepot is one. Just go to travel agency home page and click on tab that says “Trains”. Then type what city you are departing from and where you are arriving.  A list of schedule trains should pop up. Then pick a train that best fits your needs.

Traveling by train will be a lot cheaper then traveling by a China flight. Just remember there are lots of ways to get a train ticket. If you want quick and easy then go online or book through your hotel, but it will be more expensive. If you want cheaper then go to the train station or a train agency. Remember booking a train ticket is not hard to do.

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What You Can See Along the Li River

On November 14, 2011, in Cruises, Guilin, Nature Scenery, by Jack Li

Your Guilin tour will not be complete unless you travel on the Li River. On the Li River you will be able to see water buffalo swimming. If you look toward the land you can observe peasants reaping the rice paddies. School kids and fishing will float by on bamboo rafts. The most important scenery […]

Your Guilin tour will not be complete unless you travel on the Li River. On the Li River you will be able to see water buffalo swimming. If you look toward the land you can observe peasants reaping the rice paddies. School kids and fishing will float by on bamboo rafts. The most important scenery you will witness is the breath taking beauty of the scenery around. So travel to Guilin and see for yourself the amazing scenery of Li River.     

The 4 hour picturesque Li River cruise from Zhujiang Pier of Guilin downstream to Yangshuo is a must for any tourist when they come to Guilin. The boats are always double deck boats equipped with air-conditioners, tables and chairs and toilets. You may go out to stand on the open deck to enjoy the view along the Li River. Some people still live in their villages surrounded by rice paddies, bamboo forests and green hills along the river, their ducks and water-buffalos swimming in the river and their cormorants sleeping on the fishing bamboo rafts in the day and their orchards and tea plantation spreading all the way up to the mountain top. Thanks to local tourism authorities and tourism industry development in these years, more and more middle generation people are coming back home from the coastal industrial cities and their hard labor jobs as they may provide beds and accommodation, food and travel service to the increasing domestic tourists. Local villages give up building bridges over the rive as they want to protect their environment and they know more than any others what it means to them, they clean the trash after raining season, they maintain the banks in low season, they plant more trees and bamboo to make it more beautiful, and of course local governments invest on villages roads…

The Li River will be worth your time. It will give you memories that you will never want to forget. If you are across the country and decided that you want to go see the Li River for your self then book a Guilin flight it will get you there fast.

Hike White Cloud Mountain in Guangzhou

On November 11, 2011, in Adventure Trip, Nature Scenery, Temples, by Jack Li

Guangzhou has many natural beauties for you to discover on your Guangzhou tour. White Cloud Mountain is one of the prettiest places you can visit. White Cloud will help you feel better if you are feeling a little stress. Just remember when you travel to Guangzhou that White Cloud Mountain will help you feel at peace. […]

Guangzhou has many natural beauties for you to discover on your Guangzhou tour. White Cloud Mountain is one of the prettiest places you can visit. White Cloud will help you feel better if you are feeling a little stress. Just remember when you travel to Guangzhou that White Cloud Mountain will help you feel at peace.

White Cloud Mountain

White Cloud is 10 miles from Guangzhou, and is 10 miles big. You will be able to see how erosion affected the rocks over time. In addition you can hike up Star Scraping Ridge (Moxing Ridge) one of the 30 peaks to see the city of Guangzhou and the famous PealRiver.  Or if you just want to relax and be outside then White Cloud is perfect for you.

The reason why the mountain is called White Cloud is because of the airy clouds that circle the mountain throughout the spring. There are six attractions to see in all and all of them are amazing, Bright Pearl Building Park, San Tailing Summit Park, Bird Spring Valley Park, Santailing Park, Lulu Park and Fei’eling Park.

Santailing Park has a garden called Yuntai Garden, if you love walking though flowers and trees this garden is for you. It has many eye-catching flowers and flourishing trees. Sculpture Park coves 113 acres. While walking in the park look for a big birdcage, it will be the biggest one in China. When you do see it, see how many kinds of birds there are and how different they look from another.

Bird Spring Park will give you a change to hike by a river and the mountains. While you are hiking you will want to sing with the birds. Make sure you have a camera with you so when you arrive that the Jinye Lake you can take a picture. The lake is so clear you will be able to see the lovely scenery in the water reflection.

During the different dynasties famous poets would visit White Cloud and write poems about its beauty. These poets where known as Sushi, Yang Wanli, and Wang Shizhen. The Mountain age is about 4,000 million years, which makes it one of the oldest mountains in Guangdong province. Since the mountain has many natural gardens it is known by many tourists. There is a famous poem written that describes its beauty “clouds can be seen in every famous mountain, only the white clouds cover a whole spring like year”.

The best part about White Cloud Mountain is that it is not very far from your Guangzhou hotel. Just take the subway. Make sure you get on line 3 and get off at Meihuayan station. The second best part is that it will only cost you 10RMBs to get in, unless you want to go the rope way then it will cost you 30RMBs. It opens from 6am to 5pm. If you love hiking then White Cloud Mountain is where you need to go.

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