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Wudaoying Hutong in Beijing’s Dongcheng district has finished the first phase of construction to promote it as a tourism zone, local authorities told the Global Times Monday.
Plan a Harin Winter trip for the 2013 Harbin Ice and Snow International Festival?
It usually takes 4 days to enjoy the Harbin Ice and Snow Festival and visit the best of the city has to offer.
Winter is also a great season to cruise the Yangtze River, the world’s third longest River, for its gorgeous landscape, exotic cultural shots, and maybe more importantly, the less crowded and more budget.
Yellow Mountain, about 1 hour’s flight away from Beijing, is one of China’s most well-known travel destinations, located in east China’s Anhui Province. There is a saying in China “you don’t need to see any mountains when you’ve enjoyed Yellow Mountain’s beauty”, so if you have a chance, you never should miss out it.
Yesterday (Nov.5, 2012) Beijing has been hit by early winter snowfall and it means that the Beijing’s winter comes, and yay, it’s the time to see the best scenery.
For those seeking a holiday further afield, somewhere new, exciting and thoroughly different, perhaps consider the oriental delight of Beijing, the thriving capital of China, renowned as the most populous country in the world. It’s never too late to book your trip and for those in desperate need of a break, Thomson have a good [...]
Summer is always the best season to enjoy the pleasure when the heat is gone after the sun set. Taking a walk after dinner with family, go to the night market for local snacks, or just have a drink in a Night club… both the local residents and travelers enjoy the night here. If you [...]
On June 23th, 2012 is the annual Dragon Boat Festival. This is one of the most important on Chinese Lunar Calendar, which has more than 2,000 years of history. To celebrate this traditional festival and make more people know about the folk custom, many activities are hold during this 3-day holiday of Dragon Boat Festival. [...]
The Beijing-Shanghai High-Speed Railway has been servicing for the public for nearly one year since June 30, 2011. For its fast speed and cheaper cost than that of taking a flight, more and more travelers prefer taking a ‘G’ train from Beijing to Shanghai. And here are some useful information for you taking the high-speed [...]