Destinations
September 27, 2010
Ancient villages for National Day Golden Week
Ancient villages for National Day Golden Week
September 26, 2010
Picking fruits in harvest season
Autumn is known as the harvest season, and there isn't anything better than picking fruits outdoors.
September 7, 2010
Top three campsites in Beijing suburb
The best destinations during the transition from summer into autumn are campsites that can offer visitors the opportunity to enjoy the cool weather and count the stars. Here are three campsites especially for travelers who love outdoor recreation.
September 6, 2010
Nine places to admire maple leaves in China
Best positions to view the maples: a small pavilion at the top of Mount Senyuhu, Yuhuaxiu Park, Kanyunqi, Shuangqing Villa, Chanchu Peak, Jingcui Lake, Xianglu (Incense Burner) Peak, Xiangwu Cave, Heshunmen and Xunlu (Reindeer) Slope.
September 3, 2010
Top free tourist attractions in China
It has been said that admission fees to tourist attractions in China are the highest in the world but it's worth noting that some hotspots are free of charge, including West Lake, Jinji Lake, Juzizhou Islet, Phoenix city and North Sea Silver Beach.
September 1, 2010
Three salt lakes in China
Covering an area of 132 square kilometers, Yuncheng Salt Lake is located in the Jinnan Basin in Shanxi Province. It was formed in the Quaternary Period of the Cenozoic Era. Enormous quantities of saline mineral substances gathered in the area after the geological features were modified
August 30, 2010
Ancient towns and their original charms
When it comes to China's ancient towns, Fenghuang, Zhouzhuang and Lijiang are the most famous.
August 24, 2010
Ten shopping streets in China
Wuhan Jianghan Street, with over one hundred year's history, is one of the five most famous commercial streets in China.
August 10, 2010
Where to enjoy a luxurious swim in Beijing
Nobody would refuse to jump into the cool water of a swimming pool during such a hot summer.
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