Yinchuan, the capital of Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, lies to the west of the Yellow River and to the east of Helan Mountain.
The journey in Prairie Ulgai was very great.
There are three palces you must to visit in Chongqing. It is the place you cannot miss.
It is really a nice chance to have a visit of Wulingyuan. This experience left me an impressive memory.
Travelling is a good for me to relax and set myself free. I spent several days in Yangshuo to have a close to nature. It was a great journey.
Changdao, one of the ten most beautiful islands in China, is located between Jiaodong and Liaodong Peninsula and the junction between the Yellow Sea and The Bohai Sea. It consists of 32 islands, with a total area of 56 square kilometers. It owns many natural view points that attract many tourists. It is a nice journey.
To my understanding, travel is way to release extra physical energy and return to nature of your own. We squeeze some time out of busy schedule and go to a completely strange place where we enjoin the world with green hills and clear rivers and listen to our inner voice.
Linzhi is an area southeast to Lhasa. It renowns as jiangnan in Tibet. There are peach trees as far as eyes can see. The Lulang Forest is also a wonderful area to visit. It is a nice jouney.
With well-known as the largest industrial and economic center in southwestern China, Chongqing City is a popular destination for people who want to have different experience with its landscape, night scenery and spicy food.
From the outside looking in, a lot of people still think that China is the land of opportunity and that if you want to make money, China’s the place to be. Well maybe that might still be true, but now that China is basically a fully developed country, economy wise. Big opportunities are few and far in between. However because of this image, hundreds of thousands of interns and expats apply to work in China. I was one of them 2 years ago and I want to share with you 5 things you need to know if you want to intern in China.
So we spent the night in Xitang the night before and in the early morning we took a bus from Xitang to Hangzhou. Since we didn’t have that much time, we had to decide exactly where we wanted to go and do. We choose to just focus on 2 areas: Hefang street and the west lake. They're close to each other and has a lot of the major tourist attractions of Hangzhou.
China is a massive country made up of densely populated cities, beautiful countryside and an incredible history, but it becomes hard for visitors to see everything in one short trip. So when you’re planning your trip to China, why not start with South China. Made up of seven provinces, including Guizhou, Yunnan, Guangdong, Guangxi, Hainan, Fujian and Taiwan, this part of China is absolutely stunning. Providing tourists with a unique opportunity to see all the best that China has to offer, South China has plenty of things to see and do - and here are the some of the best cities, attractions and regions to visit:
Topping many people’s bucket lists, The Great Wall of China offers tourist a unique opportunity to learn about the country and experience the beauty of China’s countryside. For anyone who wants to head to see part of the wall, walk the full length or just get a few photo for social media, here is everything you need to know about The Great Wall of China.
With over 11 000 miles of coastline, China boasts a variety of beautiful islands which have stunning beaches, romantic getaways and amazing landscapes. The warm ocean, white sands and gorgeous accommodation options makes for the perfect island destinations. From Hainan Island with its vacation resorts to the volcanic rock island of Weizhou, here are some of the China’s most beautiful islands.
Even though Zhuhai is often overlooked by tourists for bigger cities like Shanghai and Beijing, it is a definite must-add to your Chinese bucket list. Whether you’re a golfer, foodie or love shopping, this city on the border of Macau has something for everyone and has become a hub of activity.
China is not as well known for its beaches as it is for its incredible cuisine, history and incredible landmarks, but that does not mean that the country does not have beautiful beaches. If you’re looking to catch a tan, want to take a dip in either the East or South China Sea or just want to have an oceanside vacation, then here are the five top beaches in China to do so.