Blog - What to See in China

China Has its First Legoland Park in Shanghai

Legoland has arrived in Shanghai! Since its soft opening from April 2, 2016, the Shanghai Legoland Discovery Center has made wonderful memories for numerous visitors, and is now fully open to the guests of all ages, yet adults are require accompanying kids to enter. So, yeah, if you're thinking about travelling to Shanghai or going to Shanghai for a weekend with children, don’t miss it – th ...
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World’s Most Dangerous Village Locates on a Lofty, Steep Cliff

Surprisingly located on a 1752-meter-high cliff of Mt. Taihang in Henan Province, Guoliang Village (郭亮村) is considered as the most dangerous village in the world, and can be reached only by a 720-stairs ‘Celestial Ladder’.   Getting to Guoliang Village was so difficult, but the isolation from the outside world helped the local people keep their customs and untouched amazing natural s ...
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Explore China’s Most Famous Water Town Wuzhen with Photos

Make a romantic approach to China’s ancient water town Wuzhen, and enjoy the peaceful and relaxing hours by boating on the limpid river, roaming in the century-old streets, or drinking a cup of tea in a quint tea house with subtle traditional music – you will feel as if you were in a captivating Chinese ink painting! In east of China, Wuzhen has a history of over 7000 years, and still keep ...
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China’s Ancient Village with Surprising Underground Courtyards

A number of cultural heritage sites in China remain unknown to a large percentage of travelers. For instance, few people experienced the life in the underground cave dwellings.The cave dwelling has a history of 1500 – 2000 years, and is a typical and unique architecture in North Shannxi Province and the Loess Plateau area. It is of great historical, scientific and artist value. Today I’m going ...
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Basha Miao Village: The Last Gunman Tribe in the World

With the sheer number of charming destinations in China, the dozens of ancient ethnic villages hidden in wild Guizhou of West China never get much attention. Basha Miao Village is one of them, and offers a unique opportunity to discover, explore Miao Culture and interact with Miao people, one of world’s oldest and most mysterious nations. It’s hard to think of an isolated life in Bash ...
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Unwind in Jiezi Old Town – An Escape from Modern China

Forget the country’s fabulous yet stressful cosmopolitan city and the big-named but crowded places of interest – make yourself a relaxing approach to Jiezi Old Town (街子场), one of a dozen ancient towns around Chengdu. Today, Jiezi Ancient Town in Chongzhou City is still unknown to the world. It is a good thing, since you can have it as your new, exotic destination of China. At the fo ...
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Where to Enjoy the Best Panorama View of Beijing

From above, one can take in the spectacular view of Beijing’s long-standing historical sites and magnificent ancient architectural complexes, as well as the newly built landmarks of jaw-dropping design and gaudy facades.  The CCTV tower (CCTV Headquarters) Panoramic views of the city skyline will be available on the CCTV tower, 386.5m above the streets of Beijing, and overlooking Forb ...
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