Winter Experience in Heilongjiang

On November 25, 2016, in Cool Places, Heilongjiang, Must-sees, Tips & Ideas, Travel Info, by Jack Li

When the first snow falls in November, Heilongjiang is entering its most charming season. Ice & snow sculptures, snow skiing, snow covered landscape and etc, Heilongjiang in winter is like a pure fairyland composed of ice and snow. Traveling along the route Harbin-Yabuli-Snow Village, you might have the best winter experience in China. Harbin When […]


8 Things You Need to Know before Going to Heilongjiang

On November 25, 2016, in Tips & Ideas, Travel Info, by Jack Li

Replace bottled water for thermal mug, since the bottled water will be probably frozen outdoors. The lithium-ion battery of cell phone and digital camera will diminished its ability in low temperature conditions. Therefore you need to put digital camera in the camera pad with self heating pad in it. For your mobile phone, you need […]


“where to go” & “what to see”in China

On May 16, 2016, in Forbidden City, Tips & Ideas, Tours, by Kate Liu

Exceptional China Destinations and Attractions When it comes to choosing “where to go” & “what to see” for your next trip to China there’s no compromise on getting it right. So take a look at our destination guide to help you make the right decision. Exceptional China Destinations and Attractions When it comes to choosing […]


With Top Ten; Without Regret!

On January 26, 2016, in Must-sees, Tips & Ideas, Tours, by Jack Li

We have selected Top 10 China Tours for you. You will have a joyful experience by travelling in Beijing, Shanghai, Xi’an, Chengdu, and Lhasa. Moreover, the Yangtze Cruise, Mount Huangshan, Mount Emei are also highly recommended for you. NO.1 World Wonder Tour – Great Wall at Badaling and Ming Tombs Highlights: In this wonderful tour, you will go to the […]


It’s never too late to see the panda in Chengdu!

On January 15, 2016, in Tips & Ideas, by Jack Li

Chengdu is the best choice of your trip if you want to see a panda in China, . The giant panda has been on earth for at least 8 million years, known as a “living fossil” and “national treasure” in China. And it was chosen to be the image ambassador of the World Wide Fund […]


When is the best time to Heilongjiang? Now!

On January 4, 2016, in Tips & Ideas, by Jack Li

Speaking of Heilongjiang as a whole, the best time to travel is November- February in the winter. There are many tourist cities in Heilongjiang province. Different cities and regions have their own unique tourist attraction in different time. Among them, Harbin, Mudanjiang River and The Greater Khinggan Mountains are the most representative resorts. Harbin- the […]


About Jinan

Impression of Jinan Jinan boasted with profound cultural deposits,it has the reputation for being a city with the most springs.Travelling here can make you feel as comfortable as home. Many famous Chinese writers, such as Laoshe, has praised this city with their poems or essay.   Stepping in Jinan Located to the South of Yellow […]


A Travel Strategy of Mount Tai in Shandong Province

Brief Introduction of Mount Tai Mount Tai, located in the east of mainland of China, together with spiritual culture of thousands of years and human landscape, it gains a reputation of the No.1 of the five great mountains. Just like climbing the Great Wall in Beijing, Mount Tai is an attractive scenic spot to tourists. […]


What’s the Best Time to Travel Shandong?

On May 12, 2015, in Shandong, Tips & Ideas, Tours, Travel Info, by Kate Liu

What’s the Best Time to Travel Shandong? Jinan: Jinan is famous for the springs. The springs are mostly active and vibrant in summer and autumn. So the best time to travel this city is from September to October. The climate is agreeable in this period and the mountains, springs, lakes and rivers can give you […]


Passenger Notice

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

Regulations of Civil Aviation Administration of China  I. Listing of prohibited items both in carry-on luggage and checked luggage: Guns, mechanical appliances for military or police use (both main parts and components) and their imitations. Explosive objects such as munitions, fireworks, blasting equipment and their imitations. Controlled knives set by official. Flammable items, such as […]

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