Shanghai-Kunming high-speed line connects many tourist attractions in southern China, and makes your trips there convenient and comfortable.
Beijing Public Transport Holdings, Ltd., the city’s main bus company, opened its first direct tourist bus route from Qianmen to the Badaling Great Wall on January 1, 2017.
Haidian Church has a long history and attracts thousands of visitors every December. It is the perfect place to experience Christmas spirit.
Luoyang, a city with a 5000-year history, will impress you with its unique scenery and time-honored food.
Shaoxing is famous for its wine, opera, culture and scenery.
China’s biggest film studio not only makes movies, but your wildest film fantasies come true.
With a unique landscape and cultural significance, Mount Tai attracts a lot of visitors from home and abroad.
Harbin is China’s northernmost major city. The long, cold winters endow it with unique winter scenery. Here are three places we recommend.
Tianjin, just a half-hour train ride from Beijing, features far more than just colonial-era buildings.
It is 1.6 km long and is the longest hutong in Beijing. Dongjiao Minxiang is a place where history quietly meets with modern metropolitan.