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.
Take a week-long trip to see the picturesque natural scenery and experience the rich history.
As the birthplace of Chinese civilization, Henan was a political, economic and cultural center for over 5,000 years in the ancient world.
A driving tour of the 318 national highway lets you travel at your own pace and make your own adventure.
If you come to China, make sure to follow the money.
As important traffic routes in ancient times, these ancient paths in the west of Beijing have numerous historic sites as well as impressive views.
Get close to these giant pandas.
Shenzhen is the site of China’s first Special Economic Zone and birthplace of modern China.