The glass bridge at Grand Canyon of Zhangjiajie, central China’s Hunan Province, is set to open. Would you dare cross it? Don’t look down, just keep going!
Combining Western and domestic culture, China’s amusement parks provide fancy destinations for recreation-seekers.
It’s not a luxurious wedding, but one featuring many blessings, warmth and a human touch.
Visitors to the Capital Museum can see examples of traditional Chinese festivals.
If you have seen Hukou Waterfall during warm weather, visit it again during the winter. If you have never been there, that’s what this article is for.
Shanghai Disney Resort, the first theme park of its kind in Mainland China, features six themed areas filled with world-class attractions and live shows — many appearing for the first time at a Disney amusement park.
According to Chinese tradition, burning incense and offering prayers can bring good luck. Here are some of the top spots as holy destinations for prayers. Why not take a culturally intriguing temple tour?
Bridges are an important symbol of ancient Chinese civilization, and demonstrate the skill and intelligence of the master craftsmen who first constructed them.
As an essential part of Chinese cultural heritage, ancient towns in China reflect the histories and traditions of different peoples and areas.
It is quite an experience to stand next to a rumbling waterfall and hear the plummeting water pound against the rocks.