Go for a Spring Break in Wuhan

On March 29, 2012, in Festivals, Lakes, Towers, Pagodas & Grottoes, Travel Info, by Jack Li

It comes to a high time to plan your China tour in the beautiful springtime and open the arms to brace the God’s gifts of nature. Think about going on a nice journey during the Qingming Festival? Don’t you ever forget to put Wuhan into your destination list. Book your China flights to Wuhan now, […]

 

Lhasa- ‘Place of the Gods’

On January 12, 2012, in Cultural Experience, Festivals, Lhasa, Tibet, Travel Info, by Jack Li

Lhasa is the capital of the Tibetan Autonomous Region, west of the mainland. It is known to be one of the highest cities in the world, with the altitude measuring up to 3,490 metres. Lhasa is also known as the ‘Place of the Gods’ this is because it is known as the centre of the […]

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An Icy Paradise

On January 6, 2012, in Cultural Experience, Festivals, Must-sees, Shopping, Tours, by Jack Li

Harbin, the capital of Heilongjiang province in northeastern China has a rich and fascinating history which successfully entices visitors from around the globe on a regular basis; China Flights have regular tips to this spectacular city. China Tours offer a wide array of tours to this northern city to introduce the city’s history and sights. […]

 

Kung Hei Fat Choy – Happy Chinese New Year

On January 5, 2012, in Featured China Stories, Festivals, by Jack Li

The Chinese has one of the richest and colorful traditions in the world and one of their most anticipated celebrations is the Chinese New Year.When is it Celebrated? Spring festival, or what is more known as the Chinese New Year, is considered one of the most important events in China. The celebration is based on […]

New Year’s Eve in China, not to be confused with Chinese New Year

On December 31, 2011, in Beijing, Cultural Experience, Festivals, Nightlife, Tours, by Jack Li

December 31 is the final day of the year in the Gregorian calendar and is celebrated around the world through differing time zones and cultures; where ever you are in the world today, you will recognize some universal traditions.  Whether you’re singing Año Nuevo in Spain or singing old Lang Syne in England or Australia, […]

 

Top Music Festivals in China..

On September 19, 2011, in Beijing, China Travel Gossip, Festivals, Shanghai, Sichuan, by Jack Li

If you are a big music fan and planning a China tour you should definitely check to see if your visit coincides with a music festival. There are a variety of music festivals every year all over China (particularly if you travel to Shanghai or Beijing) with many genres having a place on the stage. […]

Sayram Lake Travel Tips

On September 8, 2011, in Cultural Experience, Ethnic Group Flavors, Festivals, Lakes, Travel Info, Xinjiang, by Jack Li

Accommodation: You can get accommodations in some hotels around the lake. The temperature is low here and visitors need to add clothes timely. Diet: You will taste some special dishes here like boiled in clear soup mutton, roasted mutton and milk tea. Best Time to Visit Sayram Lake: In the end of July and the […]

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National Customs Garden

On August 29, 2011, in Festivals, Parks & Gardens, Yunnan, by Jack Li

National Customs Garden is located on the bank of Liusha River in the western suburbs of Hongjing City covering 66.7 km2. The Garden falls into two smaller gardens: the North Garden and the South Garden. The park is a fine combination of exotic tropical landscape and local ethnic customs, which is a miniature of Xishuangbanna […]

Shigatse Travel Tips

On August 26, 2011, in Activities, Festivals, More Cities, Tibet, Tours, by Jack Li

The city of Shigatse is in the south of Tibet at the confluence of Yalu Tsangpo River and Nianchu River. Once capital of late Tibet, Shigatse is 3,800 m above sea level and is the 2nd largest city of the province. Its picturesque scenery and unique lifestyle have earned for it the reputation of “the […]

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Harbin Ice and Snow World

On August 25, 2011, in Festivals, More Cities, Other Regions, by Jack Li

Harbin Ice and Snow World in Heilongjiang began to be built by Harbin government in 1999. It is a part of constructions to welcome the new 21st century. It fully takes advantage of the ice and snow in Harbin and builds and finally brings out the unprecedented large-scale and exquisite ice-snow art works—Harbin Ice and […]

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