Chengdu is quickly developing into one of China’s megacites, but a big part of its charm it its neighboring ancient towns. Huanglongsi and Luodai Ancient Towns are among the most popular, and make a great day trip from central Chengdu.
If you love discovering new foods while abroad, you’re in for a treat. There are plenty of options to debate when choosing what to eat in Hangzhou, so be sure to allot enough time (and room in your stomach) to enjoy some local delicacies.
Yangshuo’s diverse minority groups commemorate special holidays that are celebrated only in the area. When planning your travel itinerary, try to include some of Yangshuo’s folk festivals for some one-of-a-kind experiences. Many of these festivals are calculated based on the Chinese lunar calendar, so it’s best to double-check the exact dates to be sure you […]
Most travelers in China stick to the major cities such as Beijing and Shanghai, suffering in the pollution and missing out on the golden opportunity to see the unique and magnificent scenery that the rest of the country has to offer.
Chinese New Year, otherwise known as Spring Festival, is one of the most exciting times to be in China. Around the country, there are many different ways to ring in the New Lunar Year. Here’s what to look forward to when you’re celebrating Spring Festival in Guangzhou. Traditions Being familiar with some of the traditions […]
For a taste of Old Chengdu, visit Jinli Old Street. Located near the Wuhou Temple, Jinli Old Street is a commercialized pedestrian street lined with shops and eateries that will allow you to also experience local folk customs. Here are five ways to enjoy Jinli Old Street, starting from the moment you step inside the […]
Chinese New Year is to China (and much of Asia) what the Christmas season is to the West. This most important holiday of the year in China is a time when families gather together to honor their ancestors while preparing for the upcoming year. Traveling during the annual festival offers a unique look at the people and culture of this great nation.
Many visitors head to Guilin to see some of the world’s most astonishing karst topography. The following are suggested destinations for your cave adventures in Guilin. Do be aware of your safety as the caves can be quite slippery, and remember to do some further research first should you require special mobility assistance while exploring […]
Slow down your pace with a stroll around one of many parks and gardens in Xi’an, which include imperial estates and gardens protecting rare species of plants and flowers. The Xi’an City Wall Park was introduced to the city in 1982 and has since then become a local favorite for leisure activity. The park borders […]
Just a short TurboJet ride away from Hong Kong, Macau is a multi-faceted city with strong influences from its European past. Collectively housing over 20 ancient landmarks interspersed within bustling urban spaces, Macau’s historic district was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2005. Architecture here represents both local and European influences, laden with […]