Bring the kids to Chimelong Paradise in Guangzhou for a day of fun and thrills. Photo courtesy of Edd72 via Flickr.

Guangzhou for Kids

Your whole family is in for a treat in Guangzhou, especially the kids. From meeting animals to roller coaster rides and a circus, here’s what Guangzhou has in store for visitors of all ages. The Canton Tower is one of the major landmarks in the Guangzhou skyline, and its impressive height offers several options for […]

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April 3, 2015 by
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A cruise along the Yangtze River is the best way to experience everything it has to offer. Photo courtesy of Mulligan Stu via Flickr.

Getting to Know the Yangtze River

The Yangtze’s River is the longest river in China and third longest in the world. It is one of the prime, and most mesmerizing, examples of China’s natural beauty. The Yangtze River is divided into three regions, or reaches. Here’s what you need to know about its notable attractions, cultural landmarks and stunning sights. The […]

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April 1, 2015 by
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Top Night Markets in Xi’an

The enticing aromas and flavors of Xi'an's night markets are worth a thorough sampling. Photo courtesy of Tom Thai via Flickr.

The fun doesn’t end after the sun goes down, and eating certainly doesn’t either. Xi’an’s top night markets will let you experience another side to the city after dark, and the delicious foods on offer will keep you satiated late into the night. If you’re looking to try a variety of cuisines from around China, […]

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March 23, 2015 by
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An Afternoon in Macau’s Taipa Village

The Taipa Houses Museum offers a glimpse into domestic life in Portuguese Macau. Photo by Emily Chu.

The island of Taipa, also known as Illha da Taipa, is home to the Macau International Airport. However, located on the southern tip is Taipa Village, where you can spend a leisurely afternoon learning about Macanese heritage and sampling delicious traditional snacks. Step Back in History Colonial architecture dot the streets of quaint Taipa Village. […]

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March 9, 2015 by
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Guilin’s Gongcheng Peach Blossom Festival

Each year, Guilin welcomes the spring season with the Gongcheng Peach Blossom Festival. Photo courtesy of Eric Hoffman via Flickr.

Each March, Guilin welcomes the arrival of the spring season with the Gongcheng Peach Blossom Festival. Guilin hosts many exciting festivals throughout the year. Another to add to the list is the month-long Gongcheng Peach Blossom Festival, held at the Daling Mountains Peach Garden located about two hours outside of Guilin in the Gongcheng Yao […]

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March 6, 2015 by
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Chengdu’s Ancient Towns

Huanglongxi is a charming folk village located in Chengdu. Photo by Prince Roy via Flickr.

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.

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March 4, 2015 by
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What to Eat in Hangzhou

Sweet yet savory Dongpu Pork is a signature Hangzhou dish. Photo by Charles Haynes via Flickr.

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.

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February 23, 2015 by
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Yangshuo’s Folk Festivals

Picturesque Yangshuo plays hosts to many special festivals throughout the year. Photo courtesey of Maria Ly via Flickr.

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 […]

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February 9, 2015 by
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Three Treks in China You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

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.

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February 6, 2015 by
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Celebrating Spring Festival in Guangzhou

Guangzhou's Spring Festival Celebrations are different to those in other parts of China. Photo by IQRemix via Flickr.

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 […]

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February 4, 2015 by
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