2 Days Desert Tour in Inner Mongolia

Endless sand, a beautiful view and silence. Visiting the desert in China is definitely worth it! During my travel in China I’ve seen a lot of big cities, lots of people and did a lot of sightseeing. So I thought it is time to see a different China. Therefore I took a Flight from Beijing […]

 

Explore Shandong on High-speed Rail

On July 15, 2013, in Ancient Houses & Courtyards, Must-sees, Shandong, Tours, by Jack Li

Are you still anxious about how to spend the weekend? You should not miss the travel to Shandong on high-speed rail, relaxing comfortably on your seat and enjoying the magnificent scenery outside the window. With traveling up to 300 km per hour, the high-speed train passes through eight cities in Shandong, including Jinan, Tai’an, Qufu […]

 

8 days trip to Qinghai, Gansu and Sichuan Province

If you are interested in the diverse culture of China its beautiful landscapes and small towns and you don’t mind to travel long hours in not too convenient public transportation, a China travel to several places in Qinghai, Gansu and Sichuan Province is definitely worth seeing. We started our 8 days trip in Xining(西宁), Qinghai […]

 

Intersting facts of Yangtze River

On July 1, 2013, in Cruises, Tours, Yangtze River, by Sandy Li

For centuries, the Yangtze River has provided residents of China with the necessities of life. Whether that be fresh water, a source of nourishment of anything else, people throughout China have adored this spectacle of nature. Here are some interesting facts about the Yangtze River to keep in mind when booking a tour of China: […]

 

Yangtze River:Combining historical and Modern China

On June 26, 2013, in China Attractions, Cruises, Tours, Yangtze River, by Sandy Li

The Yangtze River has long been the lifeblood of China. Just as with any river, the Yangtze has been part of hundreds of historical and cultural events. The Yangtze River is the third largest river in the world and is nearly four thousand miles long. Throughout the history of China, this river has played a […]

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Take a Visit to Yangtze River

Yangtze River is the longest river in Asia and third longest river in the world only after Nile in Africa and Amazon in South America. Rising high from the Tanggula range in Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, it flows for 6,418 kilometers eastward across most southern part of China. Before it empties itself into East Sea in Shanghai, […]

Beijing starts a 72-hour visa-free stay policy for citizens of 45 countries

According to Beijing municipal authorities, Beijing will start a 72-hour visa-free stay policy for citizens of 45 countries from January 1, 2013. International travelers enjoy 72 hours transit visa policy based on the requirements of the Ministry of Public Security, in arriving at the Beijing Capital Airport, shall comply with the following conditions: 1) in line […]

Shanghai: On the Bus

On May 3, 2012, in Shanghai, Tours, Transportation, by Jack Li

Travel to Shanghai and you will realize it is not too dissimilar from London or New York in terms of its cosmopolitan charm (and the occasional need to carry an umbrella). The city presents a blend of East and West with its Asian food, modern brands and strong European influence in much of its architectural style. Just […]

‘Sounds Peachy!’

On April 26, 2012, in Festivals, Nature Scenery, Tours, by Jack Li

If you are going to travel to Beijing around springtime, why not stop-off at Pinggu. Not to be fooled with the conventional botanical garden shows, the Pinggu Peach Flowers Festival is an annual springtime event which allows people to admire the blossoming local peach trees. This is an extremely popular event that spans a few […]

Summer, Autumn, Winter, Spring… and The Palace

On April 12, 2012, in Historical Relics, Temples, Tours, Towers, Pagodas & Grottoes, by Jack Li

There are some highlights on your travel to Beijing which should not be missed. ‘Yiheyuan’ or The Summer Palace (The Palace) is no exception. In order to truly appreciate what The Palace has to offer, be prepared to allocate a large proportion of your day there. This becomes evident when considering that the grounds of […]

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