China is an absolutely true land of mesmerizing contradiction, from luxurious Shanghai with a distinct landmark Oriental Pearl tower to the best of Beijing - the Forbidden city, the old Silk Road in China’s north-west and beyond the Great Wall along the border with Mongolia. Chinese cuisine varies greatly from region to region and every town has its speciality as well.
Zhangjiajie is known for its unique tourist sights, including strange-shaped pillars, hidden valleys, seas of cloud, and limestone caves. It is one of the must-see places in China.
Fenghuang Ancient Town, aka Phoenix Ancient Town and Feng Huang Gu Cheng in Chinese, is situated on the western boundary of Hunan Province in an area of outstanding natural beauty where mountains, water and blue skies prevail.
Putting together your travel itinerary for Wuhan, capital city of China‘s Hubei Province, can prove a little tricky. Though it’s hard to know where to start in such a big city, these destinations are definitely the unmissable attractions Wuhan has to offer.
Beijing, Shanghai, Yangtze River. These well-known Chinese destinations are familiar to the seasoned traveler, but Hangzhou?
Luoyang, situated on the central plain of China, is one of the cradles of the Chinese civilization, Luoyang was one of the Four Great Ancient Capitals of China. It is endowed with countless historical sites and cultural treasures.
Shenzhen, which connects Hong Kong to China's mainland, is one of the most popular cities in southeast China. It is best known for shopping and entertainment, thanks to its large malls and many family-friendly amusement parks.
Tianjin delivers some of the most exquisite places to stay in China, each with its own style. Ranging from the overall city experience of Beijing’s modern cultural feel to Shanghai’s big city lights, many of Tianjin’s luxury hotels inspire nostalgia, both inside and ...
China is so much more than Beijing, Shanghai, and Xi’an. While these cities are worthy of a visit, there is so much more depth and breadth to the country. If you’re willing to put in a little extra planning, China could easily become the best place you’ve ever visited.
Xidan is one of Beijing’s most bustling commercial areas, so it is no surprise that it has some of the city’s best places to dine. Keep reading to find out where and what to eat in Xidan, Beijing.
Scattered throughout China’s countryside are some of the most breathtaking examples of ancient Chinese architecture. Not only that, many of them are steeped in history, dating back centuries, with a story to tell.