Heilongjiang-Black Dragon River

On November 24, 2015, in China Travel Gossip, by Jack Li

Are you a Snow-loving traveler? if you are interested in both traveling to China and snow,then Heilongjiang in northeast China is awaiting you. Honglongjiang derived its name from the word in Chinese “Black Dragon River”.so what is black dragon?Is there a story behind it? According to legend.when the area was called “White Dragon River in […]


Eastern Hawaii

On November 24, 2015, in China Travel Gossip, by Jack Li

Fed up with the poor air quality of Beijing?let’s flee to another region of China.a place where we can get rid of all tedious work that urban life bring to us,a place where we can enjoy the sunshine and beach in the Chinese way,a place where we can breath top air quality instead of  haze in Beijing or other industrialized city in China.It is called eastern Hawaii–Hainan. Hainan sits at the southwestern tip of Guangdong Province, separated from the mainland by the narrow Qiongzhou Strait. Hainan is China’s southernmost province and in fact, China’s southernmost territory. To give an idea of just how far south the island lies, it is on the same latitude (18 degrees) as the U.S. island state of Hawaii, a fact which, combined with the additional fact that Hainan Island has the same white, sandy beaches and pure blue waters of Hawaii, has earned Hainan the title of “China’s Hawaii” (the island paradise is set to be compared to yet another famous U.S. landmark, Las Vegas, if the current plans for the development of Hainan Island are implemented to the full – more on this below)It’s literally another Hawaii. thanks to its island’s warm climate, its sandy beaches, its pure, deep blue bathing waters and its invigoratingly fresh air.Hainan gains its popularity among Chinese and foreign tourist.especially the retiree in early time,but due to the rapid economic development,It is not affordable to live out average person’s life in retirement in Hainan but there are a number of interesting sites for visitor, including the Li and Miao ethnic villages. As is the case with ethnic minority villages on the mainland, the ethnic minority villages of Hainan offer a close-up glimpse into the unique customs of these ethnic groups, where the tourist can witness first-hand the colorful costumes, the unusual music and the ritual dances of the Li and the Miao, among others. The largest and original ethnic group on Hainan Island are the Li. They are represented on Hainan Island by nine cities and counties near the island’s central and southern areas.


Guilin- Sweet Osmanthus

On November 24, 2015, in China Travel Gossip, by Jack Li

Guili, Located in the southern region of China, only a few hours away from the exciting city of Beijing, Guilin is one of the most picturesque cities in the area.it means sweet osmanthus in Chinese and is regarded as the Chinese most picturesque city on account of its natural beauty and cultural heritage. The stunning landscape,the strangely shaped hills or karsts and verdant vegetation ranging from bamboos to conifers together with crystal clear waters and wonderful caves make the city such an appealing destination. There are a range of destination to explore.Within the area around beautiful Guilin Peak, there are more than thirty spectacular scenic areas to see during vacations to Guilin. Elephant Trunk Hill is the most notable of all Guilin attractions and is considered the main attribute of the city.Travel to Guilin via plane is the most popular way to get there.After you arrived in,Exploring on bicycle presents one of the best opportunities to see the city. An in-depth look at the lives of locals is much more attainable when cycling through the many alleys and charming streets. Stopping for a meal at a local restaurant, poking your head into small shops and stalls and taking in the backdrop offers an intimate way to see areas of Guilin China in a harmonious Chinese way.


Harbin Laodaowai: Seek old city complex

On August 19, 2015, in China Travel Gossip, by Kate Liu

Besides central street, there is a more attractive block which consists of hundreds of buildings in “Chinese Baroque” style. It is called Laodaowai, means “old road outside” in Chinese.Laodaowai is in Harbin. This old city area has witnessed decay and glory of Harbin in almost a hundred years. Walk through it, you could feel the […]


Heilongjiang, Best Summer Resort

On August 18, 2015, in China Travel Gossip, by Kate Liu

Heilongjiang, Best Summer Resort Heilongjiang, located in the northeast, is the northernmost province of China. And it is known as the perfect summer resort because it is cool for the 20℃ average temperature in summer and it is rich in water resource. Besides, with 43.6% forest coverage, Heilongjiang has fresh and clean air which is […]


Outdoor Nature in Harbin

On July 16, 2015, in China Travel Gossip, by Kate Liu

Siberian Tiger Park The Siberian Tiger Park is located to the north bank of Songhua River, next to the Sun Island Park, boosting more than 1000 Siberian tigers of different range of ages, it is the real park of thousands tiger. The park, on the basis of good ecological travel, is attractive to visitors especially […]


The Exotic Saint Sophia Cathedral in Harbin

On July 16, 2015, in China Travel Gossip, by Kate Liu

The Central Avenue is the first walk street in China, which is the major place for fashionable shopping, enjoying music and entertainment in Harbin. It is once called architectural museum with reputation of “mixture of century architectural styles and the essence of art of the world.” These buildings on the Central Avenue imitate the Renaissance […]


Online Check-in

On May 8, 2015, in China Travel Gossip, Tips & Ideas, Transportation, Travel Info, by Kate Liu

Online Check-in Tips:   Not all Chinese airlines provide an online check-in service (for example China Express Airlines does NOT offer this service) Moreover, some of those who offer it, actually do not have an English-version of their website. We intend to offer you some general advice to help you cope up with the procedure of […]


Discover a city full of nuances: visit Shanghai

On April 23, 2015, in China Travel Gossip, by Jack Li

Shanghai is the city where Chinese tradition meets Western trends. Its most beloved sightseeings and culinary delicaces make it a privileged destination both for mainland and international travelers. But what is really worth checking in Shanghai? Due to the the variety of attractions and traditional food, before you go you had better take a look […]


Chinese spring: check it in Beijing!

On March 31, 2015, in China Travel Gossip, by Jack Li

Spring has come to Beijing too! Don’t miss the chance to discover the city in this unique look, which becomes even more valuable as it will last quite briefly. Chinese spring in Beijing city is known to be utmost short. Therefore, these weeks seem to be the very moment to enjoy the authentic smell and […]

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