Explore Shandong on High-speed Rail

On July 15, 2013, in Ancient Houses & Courtyards, Must-sees, Shandong, Tours, by Jack Li

Are you still anxious about how to spend the weekend? You should not miss the travel to Shandong on high-speed rail, relaxing comfortably on your seat and enjoying the magnificent scenery outside the window. With traveling up to 300 km per hour, the high-speed train passes through eight cities in Shandong, including Jinan, Tai’an, Qufu […]

 

Zheduo mountain and Tibetan prayer flags

Especially for those who don’t get the chance to travel to Tibet, the Zheduo Mountain (Zhéduō Shān, 折多山) is a perfect place to get some Tibetan impressions. But be prepared for a strong and freezing wind even during summer time.     The Zheduo Mountain lies behind Kanding. If you stay in Kanding when traveling […]

 

Discover The Great Wall

An Impressive architectural structure and a monument of great and enduring value in the eyes of humanity. The Great Wall is one of the world’s most famous constructions designated by UNESCO as world heritage in 1987; a truly China Travel experience. It reached it’s dplendor during the Ming Dynastry to protect the empire from attacks […]

 

8 days trip to Qinghai, Gansu and Sichuan Province

If you are interested in the diverse culture of China its beautiful landscapes and small towns and you don’t mind to travel long hours in not too convenient public transportation, a China travel to several places in Qinghai, Gansu and Sichuan Province is definitely worth seeing. We started our 8 days trip in Xining(西宁), Qinghai […]

 

One Day in Wangjia Dayuan

Wangjia Dayuan is the essence of Ancient China. If you are interested in Ancient China Tours, especially the Ming and Qing Dynasty, it is a must see in China. Located in Lingshi of Shanxi Province, China, 4 hours by from Beijing, Wangjia Dayuan is well known for its ancient architecture decorated by stone and wooden curves, […]

 

Love in Beijing

Spring has come to Beijing and every tree and every single flower has started is blooming. Birds have begun to sing and teenage hearts are throbbing. Even though my sweetheart does not live in China, the entire atmosphere around me is so romantic and inspiring, so I feel like dreaming of our future evening meals […]

 

Beautiful China

On March 18, 2013, in China Attractions, Cool Places, Must-sees, Nature Scenery, by Sandy Li

More and more people are attracted to travel in China, a mysterious Asian country with over 5,000 years history. According to statistics, there are 57.72 million inbound visitors who spent at least overnight last year. China is a beautiful country, with plenty of tourist resources. Grap the pretty season and take China flights to explore […]

East and West, Guilin is the Best

On February 26, 2013, in China Attractions, Must-sees, Nature Scenery, by Sandy Li

Have you ever been to Guilin? If not, please find your China flights to experience its charm. Guilin’s unique topography had left a deep impression on many people who had visited Guilin, so how about you? I am sure that once visiting this charming city, you would find that there is so many surprises waiting for you […]

A Romantic Honeymoon of Swiss Groom and Chinese Bride in Xinjiang and Tibet

On January 9, 2013, in Adventure Trip, Cultural Experience, Historical Relics, Must-sees, Temples, by Sandy Li

On August 15th, 2012, Urumchi (the capital city of Xinjiang Province) witnessed a transnational wedding. The groom, Fares Abdullah comes from Switzerland, and the bride Li Miao comes from China. More and more people would choose to take China flihgts and have a wedding tour, which can be customised by the travel agency. Fares sent mails to […]

Beijing Zoo

On August 20, 2012, in Beijing, Entertainment, More Places of Interest, Must-sees, by Jack Li

One of the animals that have been linked with China, probably the most important one, is the panda. If you go on your China Tour and you don’t have time to see them in their natural environment you should go to a Zoo. And if you go to Beijing, the Beijing Zoo is an obligatory […]

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