Christmas is in the air. We know Christmas is similar to Chinese lunar New Year’s Eve. This western religious festival is fast gaining popularity in China, especially in big cities like Beijing. Here are some places we recommend to celebrate around the city.
Lower numbers of tourist during the winter in ancient towns around Beijing are good news for anyone who would like to have some peace at a tourist attraction. Here are four such places worth a visit.
For a closer look at Beijing’s history and culture, the courtyard houses are a good starting point.
Inner Mongolia recently promoted their distinct winter tourism resources to the world. It blends natural winter landscapes with folk culture. Wintertime is party time in Inner Mongolia.
Ranked as China’s “most romantic and leisurely city”, Xiamen possesses one of the world’s greatest natural landscapes. It is also the host city for the 9th BRICS Summit in September this year. Here are ten things to do that could help ensure you a memorable trip there.
If you’re looking for a place that has both sunshine and beaches, the coastal city of Qingdao in China’s Shandong Province is a good choice.
As an ancient hub for water transportation and some eight decades of concession territories history have made Tianjin the largest coastal city in northern China.
Some people say that the Kun Opera is like floating gardens and the gardens are like a static Kun Opera, so it would be perfect to be able to enjoy the opera in the gardens in Suzhou.
Weihai, a small city on the east coast of China, has more to offer than its relatively obscure name suggests.
Were Terracotta Warriors originally grey?