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Chimera Scenic Area Now Open in 2016
Chimera Scenic Area Now Open in 2016Mount Huangshan is China’s most famous mountain. It enjoys huge popularity among visitors to China. Many people see Chimera Scenic Area as the essence of Mount Huangshan and if you visit it once then the ticket price is worth it.

Source: www.absolutechinatours.com RSS feed | 19 Apr 2016 | 8:03 pm

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Water Splashing Festival in Yunnan
Water Splashing Festival in YunnanWater Splashing Festival is not only an important festival in Thailand, in China’s Yunnan Province where many minority groups resident, Water Splashing Festival is also celebrated every April.

Source: www.absolutechinatours.com RSS feed | 14 Apr 2016 | 10:18 pm

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My 3-Day Shanghai Trip (Day 3)
Long before Shanghais become an international trading spot, it used to lead a quieter life by the water. If one wants to unravel this face of Shanghai, theres no place better than Zhujiajiao Ancient Town (朱家角古镇). Just as other water towns located at the down basin of the Yangtze Delta, Zhujiajiao is established around a canal system. Water is both used for irrigation and transportation, and now a part of the attractions. Admission is charged depending on the number of sites that you are g...

Source: China Travel Stories, China Travel Reviews And China Travelogues, Chinatravel.com | 4 Apr 2016 | 9:23 pm

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Top Hangzhou Cycling Routes
As a popular Chinese saying goes, there is a paradise in heaven, and on earth we have Suzhou and Hangzhou. Located in southeastern China, Hangzhou, capital of Zhejiang Province, is a beautiful city. The city has a prosperous history behind it and a bright future before it. It is renowned for its West Lake. Scenery Lines:Route 1: Broken Bridge to Su Di Causeway Cycling Tour Distance: 5 kilometers Time: 1 hour Difficulty: Easy with nice road condition. Highlights: the Broken Bridg...

Source: China Travel Stories, China Travel Reviews And China Travelogues, Chinatravel.com | 4 Apr 2016 | 9:20 pm

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How to Plan a 3-Day Trip in Guilin and Yangshuo
Day-1 Arrive in Guilin and transfer to Yangshuo As I finally land in Guilin Liangjiang International Airport, the clear sky outside shows a delightful welcome. Shuttle bus to downtown Guilin has two stops, one is at Xiangjiang Hotel (香江饭店) and the other is at Aviation Hotel (民航大厦). I stop at the former one and take a city bus to the train station, where I catch a coach to Yangshuo. The 2-hour drive to Yangshuo is just perfect for me to nap. My hotel, Aiyuan Hotel (瑷源宾馆), is located on...

Source: China Travel Stories, China Travel Reviews And China Travelogues, Chinatravel.com | 4 Apr 2016 | 9:20 pm

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Qingdao Travel Guide
A beautiful seaside city, Qingdao (青岛) is situated in the southeast part of Shandong Province, China. Along the northern coastline of China, Qingdao takes an outstanding place in its middle, which was made a strategic advantage ever since the Qing Dynasty. The city covers an area of 11,282 sq km and has a population of 8,715,100 (2011). It is one of the major cities in Shandong, also an important port, naval base, and industrial centre nationwide. Brief History of Qingdao As ...

Source: China Travel Stories, China Travel Reviews And China Travelogues, Chinatravel.com | 4 Apr 2016 | 9:19 pm

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A Guide to a Shaolin Kung Fu Trip in Dengfeng
Shaolin Kung Fu gained itself considerable fame and most foreigners were aware of it from a martial arts movie, Shaolin Si, starred by Jet Li in 1982. Because of the movie, many tourists come to Dengfeng, where Shaolin Kung Fu was born, to experience the power and stateliness of Shaolin Temple, to watch Shaolin Kung Fu performance or to learn real Kung Fu. No matter for what reason, Shaolin Temple is worth to visit. What to Do during a Shaolin Kung Fu Trip Watching Shaolin Ku...

Source: China Travel Stories, China Travel Reviews And China Travelogues, Chinatravel.com | 4 Apr 2016 | 9:18 pm

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Fenghuang Ancient Town for Free
Fenghuang Ancient Town for FreeIt is announced that Fenghuang Ancient Town will be free again since April 10, 2016. The 148 RMB entrance ticket of the scenic area will be waived. But the 9 attractions within the ancient town still charge the original prices. According to the policy, the entrance tickets have been applied for thre

Source: www.absolutechinatours.com RSS feed | 29 Mar 2016 | 10:14 pm

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Shanghai Disneyland Tickets on Sale
Shanghai Disneyland Tickets on SaleShanghai Disneyland Resort officially announced that the entrance tickets sale for Shanghai Disneyland and the hotel reservation for Shanghai Disneyland Hotel and Toy Story Hotel have started from the midnight of March 28...

Source: www.absolutechinatours.com RSS feed | 28 Mar 2016 | 7:52 pm

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China Railway Routes Adjustment
China Railway Routes AdjustmentCurrently, the railway routes of whole China are under adjustment. China Railway Corporation is investigating on the adjustment and optimization of all railway routes in the nation. This is the largest adjustment in history and from mid May the new routes map will be applied. Through the adjustment,

Source: www.absolutechinatours.com RSS feed | 22 Mar 2016 | 9:02 pm

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Wuzhen Ancient Town
Wuzhen Ancient TownIn four seasons, Wuzhen is most beautiful in spring and autumn; in a day, it is most beautiful in early morning and late afternoon. Enjoy slow time in this peaceful and tranquil ancient water town is absolute most people’s desired leisure way.

Source: www.absolutechinatours.com RSS feed | 20 Jul 2015 | 10:17 pm

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Precious Stone Hill
Precious Stone HillLast Wednesday, we went on a trip to Baoshi Hill, also known as Precious Stone Hill. It was located to the north of the West Lake and was very close to Broken Bridge.

Source: www.absolutechinatours.com RSS feed | 16 Jul 2015 | 8:23 pm

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Sanxingdui Ruin Site
Sanxingdui Ruin SiteSanxingdui Ruin Site is located on the south bank of Duck River in northwest of Guanghan City in Sichuan Province. With an area of 12 sq km and a 3000- 5000 years of history, it is the existed ancient Chengdu City sites largest in area, longest in time and richest in culture.

Source: www.absolutechinatours.com RSS feed | 15 Jul 2015 | 7:38 pm

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Happy Valley Beijing
Happy Valley BeijingAs a popular amusement park in Beijing opened in 2006, the Happy Valley is located in the east of Beijing in Chaoyang District. It covers an area of 560,000 square meters and it consists of 7 sections with different themes. They are Happy Time, Wild Fjord, Altantis, Aegean Harbor, Lost Maya, Shangri-La and Ant Kingdom. And in 2014, the third part of the park was also opened to tourists. It is composed of Fanta Sea and Happy World. So totally, there are 9 sections now.

Source: www.absolutechinatours.com RSS feed | 14 May 2015 | 9:35 pm

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Beijing at Night
Two years after the Olympic games, Beijing continues to evolve at full tilt, with exciting new lounges, restaurants, and hotels popping up across the sprawling metropolis. From an under-the-radar whiskey club and a buzzy locavore restaurant to a sleek skyscraper hotel, the city's latest after-hours offerings are giving Beijing's glittery sister Shanghai a run for its money.

Inspired by: Beijing’s New Nightlife Scene — by Meghann Foye, Published Sep. 2010

Source: Beijing Travel Guide | Travel + Leisure | 23 Sep 2010 | 5:46 pm

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Sampling Hong Kong’s Best Restaurants

From the free candy you get upon landing at immigration to the noodle-soup station at the business-class lounge dishing out shrimp wontons at dusk, a trip to Hong Kong is framed by sustenance. The relative compactness of the city, the tight embrace of its subtropical climate, the excellent subways and cheap taxis—everything conspires to move you about until you find the perfect little air-conditioned hole-in-the-wall where, at three in the morning, a small family will be slicing up mangoes. Food is personal here, bad food an insult, good food a blessing, and the best way to see Hong Kongers at their most communal and animated is to follow them directly to the table.

Inspired by: Hong Kong's Best Restaurants — by Gary Shteyngart, Published Aug. 2009

Source: Hong Kong Travel Guide | Travel + Leisure | 24 Aug 2009 | 1:11 pm

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Hong Kong

In Asia’s most cosmopolitan city, everyone seems to be in a rush—dashing off to work in some soaring highrise, hurrying to catch a tram or a subway, speed-shopping through the countless shopping malls, hastening to make a date at one of the myriad glassed-in restaurants and chic cocktail bars. Beyond the 21st-century cacophony and the accelerated tempo, however, the savvy visitor can find glimpses of old-world tranquillity: incense-wreathed Taoist temples; polished hotel lobbies serving afternoon tea in the English style; rustic remote walking trails; graceful tai-chi practitioners in tidy city parks. Hong Kong’s relatively small size—the city “only” holds seven million people—superb public transportation system, cheap taxis, and bilingual signage make it a cinch to navigate. Just remember to slow down every now and then.

On China's south coast between the Pearl River Delta and the South China Sea, Hong Kong has a population of seven million people. The city is called many things, not least of all a country in and of itself. As the world's most vertical and arguably futuristic city with high-tech transportation, it's a fascinating place to explore. Tap into the city's frenetic energy with our Hong Kong travel guide.

Things Not to Miss in Hong Kong

If you're heading to Hong Kong in the summer, attend the Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival. Hundreds of thousands of people flock here each year to watch 5,000 athletes participate in dragon boat races. If you plan to visit Hong Kong in the winter, consider organizing your trip around the 15 Days of Chinese New Year Celebration. It's one enormous street party complete with elaborate floats and performers. During your Hong Kong travel, also visit the Peak, the island's highest point.

When to Visit Hong Kong

Hong Kong has a sub-tropical climate and four distinct seasons. Any are a great time to travel to Hong Kong, but autumn and winter are the most temperate. Spring brings in the humidity, summer is hot and humid, autumn is sunny and breezy, and winter is cool and dry.

Source: Hong Kong Travel Guide | Travel + Leisure | 13 Nov 2008 | 10:58 am

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Beijing

For Ming dynasty emperors—who presided over the creation of masterworks like the Temple of Heaven, the Forbidden City, and the later stages of the Great Wall of China—Beijing was nothing less than the center of the universe. There are a million reasons to visit Beijing today. It is the nation’s cultural and political center (for about eight centuries), and the second largest city in China. It has both modern marvels and famous temples and gardens woven through the buzzing metropolis. It can be somewhat more relaxed than Shanghai or Hong Kong, but equally as packed with people. The best ways to get around are the cabs or the subway, but renting a bike is also a good idea to see as much of the amazing city as possible. Beijing is a massive city, with sites spread far and wide. Travel + Leisure’s Beijing travel guide will help you pinpoint your places of interest.

Things Not to Miss in Beijing

• The Silk Market  • The Forbidden City  • Temple of Heaven  • Tiananmen Square  • Summer Palace  • 798 Art District  • Hutong, or the alleyways that define the city  • The Great Wall

When To Go to Beijing

Beijing travel is best during the autumn months, from September to November. The weather is nice, and there are fewer tourists. Beijing has very icy winters, but the sites are less crowded then. It also has arid springs, but travel is best avoided during their Spring Festival due to an influx of local tourists. Summer is blazing hot with heavy rainstorms but is also peak tourist season. Air pollution is worst in winter and summer.

Source: Beijing Travel Guide | Travel + Leisure | 13 Nov 2008 | 10:58 am

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Tour of China

T+L tackles one of the world's most mystifying destinations with ideas to help you plan a successful trip to China.

Inspired by: China Made Easy — by Aric Chen, Published Jul. 2008

Source: Beijing Travel Guide | Travel + Leisure | 31 Jul 2008 | 8:00 pm

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Where to Go in Beijing
We’ve got the lowdown on the city’s can’t-miss sites, shops, restaurants, and tour guides. It’s everything you need for visiting China's booming city right now.

Inspired by: Where to Go in Beijing — by Aric Chen, Published Mar. 2008

Source: Beijing Travel Guide | Travel + Leisure | 31 Mar 2008 | 8:00 pm

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Beijing, Past, Present & Future
After the revolution of 1949, they say, Mao gazed down from the Gate of Heavenly Peace and announced that he wanted “the sky filled with smokestacks.” Factories soon supplanted temples, gardens, and teahouses. Today, many Beijingers fear that their heritage is again on the chopping block. The idea of preservation is new here, and historic neighborhoods are under threat—but the Forbidden City, Summer Palace, and Temple of Heaven are being stunningly restored. Even as fresh marvels spring up, there’s hope that the great ancient ones will stand reborn.

Inspired by: Reinventing Beijing — by Michael Z. Wise, Published Oct. 2007

Source: Beijing Travel Guide | Travel + Leisure | 31 Dec 2006 | 7:00 pm

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The Best New Hong Kong Restaurants
Nouveau cuisine atop Hong Kong's Mandarin Oriental, and fine traditional Cantonese cooking (by way of France) at the Four Seasons.

Inspired by: Best New Restaurants 2007 — by Anya von Bremzen, Published Mar. 2007

Source: Hong Kong Travel Guide | Travel + Leisure | 31 Dec 2006 | 7:00 pm

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A Tour of Today's Asia

Asia is to the 21st century what Europe was to the previous three, and its influence touches every aspect of life in the West—culturally, politically, demographically, not least economically. Asian design, cinema, fine art, fashion, cuisine, medicine, and even spirituality have come to permeate and (re)define our own.

Inspired by: Take the New Grand Tour: Asia — by Peter Jon Lindberg, Published Aug. 2006

Source: Hong Kong Travel Guide | Travel + Leisure | 31 Aug 2006 | 8:00 pm

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Tour of Hong Kong's Hot Hotels

Asia's most glamorous city has always been home to some of the world's most glamorous hotels. With three new additions and a major renovation, the bar is being raised.

Inspired by: Hong Kong's Greatest Hotels — by Rob McKeown, Published Feb. 2006

Source: Hong Kong Travel Guide | Travel + Leisure | 28 Feb 2006 | 7:00 pm

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