The Government of China Encourages the Asian Games in Guangzhou

On November 17, 2010, in Cool Places, Restaurants & Food, Transportation, Travel Info, by Jack Li

The 17th Asian Games has been open in November 11th, 2010 in Guangzhou, China. The government invested RMB 120 billion yuan on preparation of this Asian Games, including the constructions of stadiums, and the environment and public facilities of Guangzhou city. The government also tried the free public transit policy during the Asian Games. As […]

Roast Duck Restaurants in Beijing

On November 17, 2010, in Beijing, Cultural Experience, Restaurants, Restaurants & Food, by Jack Li

There is something that you cannot miss out on while you travel to Beijing – the Beijing Roast Duck. Most visitors who try it believe it to be one of the most delicious dishes in the world. But where should you go to enjoy a nice meal of roasted duck in China Tours? In fact, […]

The Tube Station —- Tasty Pizza in Beijing

On November 17, 2010, in China Travel Gossip, Cool Places, Restaurants & Food, by Jack Li

Are you planning your China Tours in Beijing? Do you miss the taste of pizza when you are surrounded by Chinese food? Do not worry; you have lots of choice for food in this modern city. I will tell you about a restaurant in Beijing which is famous for its pizza… I hope you have […]

China Business Travel Information

On November 17, 2010, in Accomodation, Cultural Experience, Restaurants & Food, Transportation, by Jack Li

Doing business in the metropolis of China such as Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong and Shenzhen can be really expensive.However, if you visit our websites China Hotels and China Flights for tips, you will find the best options. Urban Communications Nowadays the transport links in most big cities in China are good. If you are travelling on business in these cities, I suggest using the subway instead of taking a taxi, since the traffic jams here will make your trip very expensive. All signs and buttons in the subway are bilingual, so you do not have to worry about the language barrier. Fast Food or Cheap Snacks Mcdonalds, KFC, Yoshinoya, Kung fu restaurant, Big Pizza, and Yonghe Soybean Milk are very common fastfood restaurants in Beijing, Shanghai and other major cities in China. If you are looking for something clean, convenient and most importantly very cheap, these are all good options. And remember to practice using chopsticks before you come to China. Living in luxury hotels like The Westin or The Hilton Hotel can be very extravagant. So why not stay in express inns instead. These hotels are very common in today’s China, such as HOME INN, HANTING INNS, and JINGJIANG INN. Normally, you can have a comfortable, standard room for USD50. Domestic Airlines China domestic airline companies often promote cheap, discounted tickets. Sometimes the discount may be as high as 90% off, which means it will only cost you 20-30 dollars to travel from one big city to another. Go to China Airline’s website for more information. Good luck!

Great Buffets in Beijing

On November 16, 2010, in Adventure Trip, Beijing, Restaurants, Restaurants & Food, by Jack Li

If you want to Travel to Beijing and have a nice meal there, the buffets in Beijing may be a very good choice as there are lots of different foods to try. But which kind of buffets would you like to have? Here are some examples of different kinds of buffets for you to choose […]

Purple Haze

On November 16, 2010, in Accomodation, Beijing, Cultural Experience, Restaurants & Food, by Jack Li

While exploring Beijing around the Salitun area, I stumbled across a wonderful little Thai restaurant that serves authentic Thai food every day of the week. It is located in the Salitun area, the nearest subway stop being Dongzhmen which is on line two there are also many buses that go pass this street, If you […]

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Wangfujing Street

On November 11, 2010, in Beijing, Cultural Experience, Restaurants & Food, Tips & Ideas, by Jack Li

If your very daring and up for a challenge I urge you to visit Wangfujing Street aka the place of the night market. Its open every day from 5pm-9pm and all weather. Here you will find many exotic eats, they have stalls lined up next to each other with anything you could want, and many […]

Know More about Roast Duck— the Most Famous Chinese food

On November 10, 2010, in Beijing, Featured China Stories, Restaurants, Restaurants & Food, by Jack Li

Everybody knows Beijing Roast Duck. People who Travel to Beijing could never miss this delicious Chinese food. Now, before you go on Beijing Tours, I’d like to tell some information about how to roast and how to eat this dish. Different ways to roast a duck Hanging furnace and stewed furnace are two main ways […]

China Vocation Package: Hong Kong & Macau

On November 10, 2010, in Adventure Trip, Hong Kong, Restaurants & Food, Tips & Ideas, by Jack Li

Please enjoy everything in your China Tours, enjoy the beautiful sight in your beautiful resorts in Hong Kong, and shopping in Macau. Book a China Flight to make sure everything exciting during your China Tours. Hong Kong is frequently described as a place where “East meets West”, reflecting the culture’s mix of the territory’s Chinese […]

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Lihengtang Pearl Market

On November 10, 2010, in Cool Places, Cultural Experience, Must-sees, Restaurants & Food, Tips & Ideas, by Jack Li

A visit to the Lihengtang Pearl Market can be part of your China Tours! Take advantage of this offer as you’ll find your China travel a much more exhilarating experience.  However, before you visit the pearl market you’ll be able to grab the opportunity to visit the Qiuyiyuan Chinese restaurant.  The Qiuyiyuan Chinese restaurant is […]

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