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 […]


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 […]


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 […]


Gandanpozhang Palace

On September 6, 2011, in Monasteries, Palaces, Temples, Tibet, by Jack Li

Gandanpozhang Palace is bed room of Dalai Lama in Drepung Monastery. Before Potala Palace was built, the Fifth Dalai Lama had been lived there. At the period, he was the political and religious head in Tibet. So Gandanpozhang also is symbol of the Tibeten government. Gandanpozhang Palace was built in 1530. There are seven floors […]

Cuoqin Palace

On September 6, 2011, in Monasteries, Palaces, Tibet, by Jack Li

Cuoqin Palace is the main architecture of the Drepung Monastery. Cuoqin Palace is in the middle of the Drepung Monastery, covering an area of four thousand, five hundred square meters. In front of the hall, there is a plaza. It takes seventeen wide stone stairs to get to the hall. The hall is held by […]

Jianfu Palace

On September 5, 2011, in Historical Relics, Mountain Areas, Palaces, Sichuan, by Jack Li

Jianfu Palace is currently located on the foot of Zhangren Peak of Qingcheng Mountain in Sichuan Province. This palace was built in the year 724 A.D. or the Kaiyuan 12th year in Tang Dynasty and at that time its name was Zhangren Temple. Up to this day, there are only two courtyards and three halls […]

Daluo Palace

On August 25, 2011, in Mountain Areas, Palaces, Shanxi, by Jack Li

Daluo Palace, since ancient times, has many wonderful tales. It was said that the Daluo Palace was the fairyland which Jie Zitui had seen in Jin Kingdom during the Spring and Autumn Period. Another tale is that the daughter of Emperor Tang Gaozu had practiced Taoism in the palace. Chinese Taoism thinks the heaven immortals […]

Mian Mountain

On August 25, 2011, in Mountain Areas, Palaces, Shanxi, Temples, by Jack Li

Mian Mountain is 1.5km far from Xingdi, a small village outside Jiexiu.  There are a lot of attractions such as Baiyun (White Cloud) Nunnery, Guangyan Temple, Dicang (Ksitigarbha) Palace, Wulong (Five—dragon) Tomb and more belonging to Mian Mountain.  Climbing on the 2.5km long stone steps, you will find the Longtou (Dragon Head) Temple which is […]

Sanyuan Caves

On August 23, 2011, in Caves & Canyons, Other Places of Interest, Palaces, Xi'an, by Jack Li

Sanyuan Caves are on the north of Huaqing Pond and leads to the Hall of Lao Zi. It is the first scenic spot that you see if you climb the Lishan Mountain from the West Gate. In the secluded caves you can find the statues of the Sanyuan—Jade Emperor, Earth God and Da Yu (who […]

The Potala Palace Travel Tips

On August 17, 2011, in Lhasa, Palaces, Temples, Tibet, Tours, Travel Info, by Jack Li

Since the Potala Palace was built for religious use, there are some religious taboos in the palace. For example, it is forbidden for tourists to wear a hat, or take pictures, or step on thresholds in the palace. Tourists are not allow to stay in the palace, and are required to finish their visit within […]

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