Blog - What to See in China

8 Things China Does Best

China is known the world over for its long history, old oriental culture and tradition, its spacious land mixed with the old and modern, humility and weirdness, and also – let’s be honest – its rapid economic development coming with a healthy dose of sarcasm. Do you love China? Well, no matter the answer is yes or not, China does 8 things better than anywhere else.  1. Chinese cuis ...
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Highlights along Guiyang-Guangzhou High-Speed Railway

The world’s biggest high-speed railway network in China continues to expand: more and more cities in wild western regions are connected by bullet trains. With the opening of Guiyang-Guangzhou High-Speed Railway on December 26, 2014, Guizhou province in southwestern China now can be easily accessible. The new line carries trains at speeds of up to 300km/h, and cuts the rail journey between Guiya ...
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Trip to Bajiaozhai National Forest Park for UNESCO Danxia Landform

If you have come all the way to Guilin from another corner of the world, don’t rush to leave away. Instead, allow yourself one more day 150km (93miles) further to Ziyuan country for the Danxia landform wonder in Bajiaozhai National Forest Park. There’s no place in China where you’ll feel more caught up among the hoodoo peaks of the country than in Bajiaozhai. Located on the border betwee ...
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China’s Rainbow Mountain: Zhangye Danxia Landform Geological Park

Zhangye city in northwestern China’s Gansu Province is a photographer’s dream, by boasting the spectacle of Danxia landforms extending for 410 square kilometers in Linze and Sunan counties. With its majestic table mountain terrain, odd-shaped Danxia cliffs, and dynamic, dramatic colors, Zhangye Danxia Landform Geological Park is one of the most beautiful corner on earth and displays a unique t ...
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Discover China’s Most Famous Water Towns

A cultural journey to China, the captivating water towns known as Venice of China with exquisite waterways located in Jiangnan area (south of the Yangtze River’s lower reaches) are must-see destinations. Peaceful and relaxing hours at an ancient house or in a small boat gently dropping down the town river can be enjoyed while at the same time providing the authentic water town life of China cen ...
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Enjoy Beijing’s Blooming Lotus in Summer

Beijing is full of fantastic activities in summer, with places to go to shy away from the summer heat, and break out the holiday cheer and noise without having to follow the regular tourists crowds. Of all the summer-fun activities in Beijing, enjoying lotus in full bloom is a favorable way to relax your mind, being a part of the seas of flowers. Here is our round-up of best places for lotus-wat ...
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Discover the World’s Last Shangri-la in Daocheng Yading

No matter how many times it has been mentioned, it still seems exist only in illusion – that is Daocheng Yading, known to us as "the last Shangri-la". With an elevation of 3740 m, Daocheng locates in southeastern margin of the Qinghai-Tibet plateau, and is under the administration of Garze Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan province, with about 95 percent of the population of 25,000 being e ...
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