11 Days Tour to Mt. Everest: Beijing – Lhasa – Gyanste – Shigatse- Shelkar -Mount Everest Base Camp –Lhasa- Shanghai

Want a panorama of China? In this tour to Mt. Everest you will find out China has more than one amazing aspect. A Traditional China You can learn about the history of China through the visit of Forbidden City, Summer Palace and Great Wall. In Yuyuan Garden you can appreciate the garden art and have […]

 

Qufu, the hometown of Confucius

Qufu is located in the southwest of Shangdong Province. Qufu was the capital of the kingdom Lu between 770 BC-476BC. Today the town is especially known as being the hometown of Confucius who was a great thinker and educator as well as the founder of the Confucian School in ancient China. He brought education to […]

 

Visit Taian City and Mount Taishan

Come to Tai’an and visit the first of the five sacred mountains where emperors in ancient times prayed for the fortunes of the nation -Mount Taishan. A place full of culture and history supported by beautiful scenic surroundings. It will make your travel in China very special. Tai’an is located in Shandong Province and lies […]

 

Feel the ancient China in Zhujiayu

You want to find a place to get in touch with nature and find some tranquility? Moreover you want to find the ancient China and see some historic buildings? Then the village Zhujiayu is the right place for you to visit while travelling in China. Take a flight to Jinan and from there take the […]

 

Xiahe, a great cultural place to visit

Do you like Buddhist Culture? Do you want to find some quiet and cultural places? Then you should definitely visit Xiahe in Gansu Province. I visited the place early China this year during my travel in China and it was a very special cultural experience. My friends and I took the bus from Xining, Qinghai […]

 

Dragon and Tiger Mountain in Jiangxi Province

Are you interested in Taoism? Or do you simply want to see fantastic sceneries and experience a little bit of Chinese culture? Then don’t miss out to visit Longhu shan in Jiangxi Province during your travel in China.   Longhu shan which means Dragon and Tiger Mountain is located in Jiangxi province and has a […]

 

Free Tour Award of Chinatraveldepot – Beijing Hutongs and 798 Art Zone Tour

On January 23, 2013, in Beijing, China Attractions, China Travel Gossip, Temples, by Sandy Li

This quarter’s Beijing Free Tour contest has just finished. The lucky winner, out of over one thousand candidates, can choose his company, and visit 798 ArtZone, Hutong, and DrumTower, along with the HouhaiLake. All expenses are borne by Chinatraveldepot. By convention, this tour shall berecorded by a professional photographer, appointed by China Travel Depot. We […]

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 […]

Turabian Style Paper Writing Service

On August 15, 2012, in Temples, by Jack Li

Turabian essay writing style and Chicago are almost the same simply because they are used in the same academic disciple although one is older and has some trivial differences as compared to the other. Turabian writing style is somehow complicated than Chicago essay writing and that is the main reason as to why students in […]

 

Shangri-la

On August 15, 2012, in China Attractions, Nature Scenery, Temples, by Jack Li

The word “Shangri-la” comes from James Hilton’s 1933 novel “Lost Horizon” and describes a utopian lamasery in the middle of the Himalaya. But did you know that you can include Shangri-la in your Chinese Tour? Yes, since 2001 the Zhongdian County is called “Shangri-la” and it’s the closest place you can find in your China […]

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