New Year’s Eve in China, not to be confused with Chinese New Year

On December 31, 2011, in Beijing, Cultural Experience, Festivals, Nightlife, Tours, by Jack Li

December 31 is the final day of the year in the Gregorian calendar and is celebrated around the world through differing time zones and cultures; where ever you are in the world today, you will recognize some universal traditions.  Whether you’re singing Año Nuevo in Spain or singing old Lang Syne in England or Australia, […]

December 31 is the final day of the year in the Gregorian calendar and is celebrated around the world through differing time zones and cultures; where ever you are in the world today, you will recognize some universal traditions.  Whether you’re singing Año Nuevo in Spain or singing old Lang Syne in England or Australia, or wearing your lucky red underwear in Italy, today is to be filled with fun, friends, family, food, fireworks and fantastic drinks.  If you’re considering a China Travel holiday during the New Year break, you will be aware that China Celebrates the Luna New Year, meaning you will have the opportunity to ring in the New Year twice!

Beijing Flights are currently offering a wide array of tours and fantastic holiday opportunities to celebrate 2012, the year of the Dragon.  If you have the opportunity to celebrate the Gregorian calendar New Year in Beijing, there are limitless party opportunities for you to really send the last day of 2011, off with a bang!  Whether you’re visiting Beijing alone or with friends and family, this year’s exciting New Year’s Eve parties will be unforgettable.   If you want a mass of energetic writhing bodies moving to the pulse of ecliptic mix beats then Nova at 798 Art Districts is for you.  Further down the road, 798 also hosts the Yen countdown, with some of Beijing’s best DJs spinning fantastic tunes which will blow you away.  If you’re after rhythmic beats or themed extravaganzas, small intimate clubs, pubs and restaurants then Sanlitun has exactly what you’re looking for.

As the path of the new moon slowly evolves this year, the Luna New Year will be arriving slightly earlier on the 23 of January 2012. The Chinese New Year is also known as the Spring Festival, which is the most important traditional Chinese festival of the year.  Traveling during Chinese New Year is always a great experience as you encounter the world’s largest human migration movement.

 

To prepare for the coming of the New Year, all of China has a week long holiday to allow families and friends to come together to remove things associated with the  old year and make arrangements for the new year.  Celebrating the New Luna Year in China revolves around friends, family, tradition and ancestors,     who play a vital role as the guardians of fortunes for future generations.   To eradicate the evil spirits, loud fireworks and firecrackers are set off throughout the holiday break, which illuminate Beijing’s skyline. Beijing Tours are specially designed to introduce you to the historical sights and cultural traditions of Beijing.  Visiting China during the Spring Festival is not to be missed! 新年快乐! Happy New Year!

 

Why Sichuan is a Vital Ingredient for any China Tour

On December 30, 2011, in Must-sees, Restaurants & Food, Sichuan, by Jack Li

Chengdu the capital of Sichuan is easily accessible form a wide array of domestic and international destinations; there are numerous Chengdu Flights which arrive daily to its impressively large airport visit China Flights for more details. Moreover if you have the time and the desire for an authentic ride amongst locals and other domestic travellers, […]

Chengdu the capital of Sichuan is easily accessible form a wide array of domestic and international destinations; there are numerous Chengdu Flights which arrive daily to its impressively large airport visit China Flights for more details. Moreover if you have the time and the desire for an authentic ride amongst locals and other domestic travellers, then China’s extensive rail network and bus tours are easily manageable. China’s train and bus schedules are fairly regular which connect this bustling city to the rest of the country.  Sichuan cuisine is famous for its delicious bold flavors’ and aromas which will have you yearning for assortment of spicy food including the well-known local Hotpot dishes (火锅; Huoguo) or Kung Pao Chicken (宮保雞丁).

 

With a mild climate year round, there is always much to see and do whether it be exploring Chengdu’s 2000 year old history, leisurely taking in the local sights and shops, or traveling further out to visit the Panda sanctuary, the biggest Buddha in the world or Jiuzhaigou Nature Park.  Since the disastrous earthquake on May 12, 2008 in Wenchuan County, a large number of Pandas living in Wolong National Natural Reserve became homeless and had to be relocated. The new Panda reserve Bifeng Gorge is located in Ya’an City which is one hour’s traveling from Chengdu. The Panda reserve offers a wide assortment of information on the specialized breeding programs within the picturesque park. It is an enjoyable day trip for those wishing to learn more about the gentle giants, the breeding programs or simply relax and enjoy the sightseeing.

 

Continuing north is the scenic town of Leshan, home of the world’s largest stone Buddha.  The Buddha casts a striking pose carved into the side of a mountain at the convergence of three rivers, known as the Min River, Qingyi River, and Dadu River. Those visiting Leshan will be mesmerized by the sheer size and history of this famous landmark.  The best time of year to explore the northern parts of Sichuan and the incredible Min mountain range and Jiuzhaigou Nature Reserve is in autumn. Arriving before the cold frozen winter weather allows you to experience the wide assortment crystalline lakes and rivers which are surrounded by an abundance of bright colors and astonishing beauty.  The history of Jiuzhaigou Nature Reserve has been greatly influenced by local minorities and is entwined with legends and myths which cast a mystical atmosphere over the picturesque park.

 

When you begin your China Travel trip to Sichuan be prepared for a laid back leisurely atmosphere and amazing culinary experiences. Moreover be prepared to become trigger happy with your camera, the astonishing abundance of sights available ranging from Chengdu’s Panda Reserve, to the great Buddah and Jiuzhaigou Nature Reserve will make a happy snapper out of you.

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