Forbidden City started to sale Annual Tickets

31/10/2014
Palace Museum or Forbidden City

From the Mid-October, the Forbidden City would start to sale the 2015 annual passes. Foreign visitors can use their passports, and entrust a travel agency to buy it.

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Fragrant Hills Park – the best place to see autumn red leaves in Beijing

29/10/2014
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Red Leaves of Beijing Fragrant Hill Park

Beijing Fragrant Hill is one of the most famous places in China to see the red leaves. Red Leaves Festival is held every Mid-October to Mid-November, lasting about one month.

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Beijing Ancient Bell Museum in Dazhong Temple reopened after renovation

27/10/2014
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The Bells of Ancient Bell Museum in Beijing

Beijing Ancient Bell Museum in Dazhong Temple is reopened to the public, and visitors who are interested in Chinese bells and bell culture can take a trip there.

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Hangzhou to start 72-hour Visa-free Transit Policy

23/10/2014
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Cruise Boat on the Hangzhou West Lake

From Oct. 20, 2014, Hangzhou, the capital of Zhejiang province, will start to offer 72-hour Visa-free entry for international transit passengers as a move to boost tourism and commercial activities and international cultural exchanges.

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Top 6 Popular Sites aside Chengdu – you must see

19/10/2014
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Leshan Giant Panda

Chengdu is the most popular tourist cities in China, following Beijing, Xian, Shanghai, for the Giant Panda. However, are there other tourist sites around Chengdu? Yes, we listed here the top 6 popular sites aside Chengdu, Sichuan.

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Beijing Begins to Renovate the Hutong in Dashilar

15/10/2014
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Beijing Dashilar Hutong

Recently, the “Dashilar Pilot” Project, in collaboration with Beijing Design Week, is undergoing in Dashilar. The project aims to improve the quality of life there.

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Colored Terracotta Warriors displayed in Xian until March 28, 2015

11/10/2014
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Xian Colored Terracorra Warriors

An exhibition of colored Qin Terra-cotta Warriors is being holden in the Qin Shihuang Mausoleum Site Museum in Xian, the capital of Shaanxi Province, marking the 40th anniversary of the discovery of the ancient artworks. It will remain open until March 28, 2015.

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1600 Panda Figures displayed near West Lake in Hangzhou

09/10/2014
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Hangzhou Panda Display

1,600 Panda figures displayed near the West Lake in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province. They were made by environmental-friendly materials.

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Things to Do in Beijing with Kids ( top 7 – top 12 )

27/09/2014
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Beijing Zoo with Kids

Beijing’s popular attractions attract not only adults but also children. Travelling in Beijing with kids will bring them more happiness and excitement. Join us, and travel with your children in Beijing.

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Things to Do in Beijing with Kids ( top 1 – top 6 )

26/09/2014
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Climb the Great Wall with Kids

Beijing is an ideal tourist destinations for both adults and children. Travelling in Beijing with kids will bring them more happiness and excitement. Top Things to do in Beijing with kids >>

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“Moonlight City” Dukezong Begins Reconstruction after Fire

25/09/2014
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Tibetan Style Building of Dukezong

After 8 months from the unexpected huge fire in January, 2014, Dukezong Ancient Town, a famous resort in Shangri-La in Yunnan Province start its constructions. Long time later, we will see a brand new Dukezong, but the damaged cultural relics, precious Thang-gas and arwtworks, and Tibetan-style buildings will be gone forever.

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Dunhuang Mogao Grottoes Reopens after Largest Renovation

23/09/2014
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Mogao Grottoes

Visitors can visit the whole area of Dunhuang’s Mogao Grottoes after the largest-ever preservation project from late 2008 to Sept.10, 2014.

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