Hulunbuir, a region in Inner Mongolia, hosts vast grasslands, national parks, and scenic views. Home to 32 ethnic groups, it is rich in culture and history. It is a remote area, far away from large cities and bustling streets.
Just imagine you are galloping a horse under the blue sky on the vast green grassland where there are colorful bloomed flowers, winding rivers and zigzagging streams, scattered crystal lakes and dotted yurts, and the casual grazing herds of sheep and cattle, this is the fun you could not resist, right?
One of China’s largest cities, Shanghai is a bustling metropolis and shopper’s paradise with iconic landmarks, centuries-old temples and cultural attractions. While you might only scratch the surface with a 24-hour visit, you’ll have the chance to experience a dose of the city’s cultural significance, traditional gardens, and futuristic skyline. Perfect for when you have a layover in the Pearl of the Orient, here are the best things to do on a 24-hour visit to Shanghai.
If you are an authentic Chinese food lover, you must be familiar with dimsums. Here, we pick the best restaurants in Beijing where you can get the best shrimp dumplings, steamed creamy custard buns, and char siu bao.