Set off on your tour in the Imperial Palace

On July 10, 2013, in Ancient Houses & Courtyards, Beijing, Forbidden City, Palaces, by Jack Li

Located in the center of Beijing, The Imperial Palace (the Forbidden City) is the world’s largest royal palace, as well as the most intact ancient building complex, covering an area of 720, 000 square meters, with a floor space of 150,000 square meters and always considered as the first station for Beijing Tours. When travel […]

 

Searching the souvenirs for your Beijing Tour

Are you reluctant to part with Beijing? Do you feel hard to say goodbye to the Beijing cuisine? Do you want to share every details of Beijing with your family and friends? As to keep those beautiful memories, nothing can be compared with taking the proper souvenirs with you. Words below are for those who […]

 

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 […]

 

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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The temple of Heaven

On August 6, 2012, in Beijing, More Places of Interest, Parks & Gardens, Temples, by Jack Li

One of the most emblematic places you can see in your Beijing Tour is the Temple of Heaven. Situated on the south-east of the city and with more than 600 years of history and is a must-see in your Bejing tour. The temple of Heaven was created between 1406 and 1420 by the emperor Yongle […]

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In the Presence of a Giant at Leshan

On July 26, 2012, in Historical Relics, Must-sees, Sichuan, by Jack Li

When planning your itinerary for traveling to China, the Sichuan Province holds many cultural, architectural, and historical treasures. One of its most well known is the Leshan Giant Buddha. Within every detail of its form, the Giant Buddha makes a profound impression carved into the side of a cliff, overseeing its three surrounding rivers. When […]

Jinci temple

On July 25, 2012, in Must-sees, Parks & Gardens, Shanxi, Temples, by Jack Li

If you travel to China and you want to see a place that has a lot of history but is not typical for foreigners why don’t you take a train to Taiyuan and go to one of the most astonishing temples of the Shanxi region, and the whole country that has more than 3000 years […]

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