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2014-Apr-16, 12:55

Eating out in Sanlitun

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2014-Apr-15, 01:38

Travel Guides for Western China: Guilin

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2014-Apr-15, 12:56

The Best place to Go When Autumn Falls

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2014-Apr-13, 11:25

Qinghai is a place that is filled with China tourism resources including plenty of natural landscapes and sceneries of humanities .Compared other traveling places,such as Beijing tour, Guangzhou tour, Qinghai has it own speciality,

Qinghai Province is located in the northwest China, the northeast corner of the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau, which is part of the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau. Qinghai Province is a diverse and unique part of China. This magnificent Chinese province is part of what is often referred to as the “Roof of the World.” Its natural beauty and imposing vistas, as well as its diverse cultures and customs, all come together to extend an invitation for visitors from near and far to see for themselves what is available here.

The Kunlun Mountains, known to the Chinese as the “Father of all Mountain Ranges,” extend from east to west across the province. Other smaller ranges, including the mountains of Tangula, Bayankala and Qilian, add their own enticing summons to travelers as they call out from Qinghai’s northernmost border to its border in the south. These mountains extend 5,000 meters above sea level and have permanent snow fields and glaciers nestling on their sides. These year-around water sources feed three of China’s most famous rivers, the Yangzi River, the Yellow River and the Mekong River (Lancang River). As a result, this area is known in China as the “Water Towers of China.” These flowing rivers have nurtured Chinese as well as Southeast Asian civilizations for thousands of years. Is it any wonder the Mekong River Yangtze River tour is known to those civilizations as the “Mother River?”

The Kekexili National Nature Reserve is home to the Tibetan Antelope, which has been chosen as one of five mascots for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. This mascot is named YingYing, which combined with the names of the other four mascots, combine to form a sentence of welcome to the people from around the world to not only attend the Olympics, but to also visit the mountains that YingYing calls home.

Bird island at Qinghai Lake is named after he tens of thousands of migration birds on the island. The island consists of east and west islands. HaiXishan(mountain on the west of the sea) is also called XiaoXishan(small west mountain) where in April each year, albatross, seagulls and numerous other birds arrive here to lay hatch and eggs. In the birds’ laying season there are thousands of birds’ eggs on the ground. One kilometer from HaiXiShan is the HaiXiPi island, cormorant is the main type of birds on the island so it is called “cormorant island”. Two island combine together called bird island. The amount of the birds enabled it ranks as the world’s densest “kingdom of birds”. When the birds are flying, the sky is covered to darkness, which is the awesome picture on Qinghai Lake.

Qinghai’s history is long and rich in different ethnicities and cultures. Its history can be traced back to the Stone Age. The Liuwan painted pottery relics (representing the Majiayao, Qijia and Xindian Cultures affordable China travel packages) and the ancient Tibetan burial stones in Dulan County, which is southeast of Qinghai Lake, give proof to the long-term intermingling of different minorities and ancient cultures.

Animaqin snow mountain is a famous god mountain in the snowland plateau which plays an important role in the Tibetan traditional culture. Large number of worshipper coming from far away to kotou and bring sacrifice to the mountain god unceasingly.

Maqingangri is the main peak of the Animaqin mountain consists of three ridges of over 6,100 meters above sea level. Since its opening in 1980, it has received numerous mountain climbers, horse-riders, hikers, science researchers and other tourists from Japan, American, England, Germany, France, Italy, Australia and other countries.

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2014-Apr-10, 12:37

Xian: The Muslim Quarter

To experience an ancient city at a grassroots level, then travel to Xian and no further than The Muslim Quarter (or Islamic Street as it is otherwise known). The Muslim community is primarily composed of the Hui people who have resided in Xi’an since the Tang dynasty.

Their presence emerged in the area as a result of the influence of Islam along the Silk Road with Xi’an being the final destination. As China’s silk trade was fundamental in its historic advancement, so Xi’an Xian tours has an intrinsic place in the country’s past. This article will highlight that there is more to this region of China other than Terracotta Army and thus gives more weight towards booking Xi’an flights.

Hidden behind the city’s Drum Tower, The Muslim Quarter is an excellent place to experience a different side to Chinese culture. In particular, Islamic Street offers an array of food to tickle the taste buds. It is evident that the food has been influenced by foods from typically Muslim areas of the world and China per se, yet also having its own unique flavour. Indeed, the entire quarter has this mixed feel; the Great Mosque is evident of this combined Islamic-Chinese feel. Indeed, this fact is supported by the advent of the riveting Xi’an Halal Food Festival 2012.

It has been suggested that Marco Polo brought the idea of the pizza back the Italy after observing the Chinese pizza being made in the Muslim Quarter. This is a contentious point, as some say the Greeks invented the pizza. Nevertheless, amassed along the many stalls down Islamic Street are many tasty treats with the most common including trays of dates and nuts. Again, this is a reflection of the cross-cultural fusion. Dates, for example, are a very popular fruit in many parts of the Islamic world, however the vast amount of dates on display in the Muslim Quarter were specifically ‘jujube’ or the deep-red date which is common in China. In a similar vein, market was also showcased countless walnuts which could be seen turning slowly in a large roaster. Despite all these foods sounding delicious, the prices would hopefully mirror the tasty with dates fetching 198RMB per pound!

Islamic Street Xian attractions sure does have an unparalleled traditional atmosphere which is acts as a glimpse of days gone by. Take the brass statutes scattered around the main street; these are not only a fun way to take some photos, but also depict in marvellous detail scenes of life in the old city. One statute, for example, was of a little girl requesting some drink from an old vendor whilst her mother lovingly watching. Another particularly interesting feature of the quarter was the bird cages hanging along the street with cute and colourful feathered friends hopping and chirping inside.

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2014-Apr-9, 01:02

Travel Guide - Spruce Meadow

Spruce Meadow is also called “the third kingdom to die for love”. At the height of 3240 meters above the sea level, it is a sacred land to people of Naxi nationality. The legend has that you can go to “the third kingdom of Jade Dragon”. According to the record of Dongba last minute China travel deals, “the third kingdom of Jade Dragon” has everything that one expects to find. Taking the cable car on Baihui River Village, it only takes ten minutes to send you to the destination and then you can walk along the plank road or ride a horse to anther wonderful landscape of Jade Dragon Snow Mountain- Spruce Meadow.

Spruce Meadow is a piece of grassland in the forests to the east of Jade Dragon Snow Mountain Kunming tourist attractions, which accounts for 0.5 square meter, at the height of 3000 meters. The snow mountain is like a jade screen, high in the cloud while the spruces are embracing the snow mountain, luxuriant and green. In the dense forests around the Spruce Meadow, old trees are high into the sky with deadwood or moss, as if this place has not been disturbed for thousands of years, totally a natural paradise. It is said that if young couples die for love at Spruce Meadow, their soul will go to “the third kingdom of Jade Dragon” and get the eternal happiness.

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2014-Apr-8, 12:54

Travel Diary - Hainan Subtropical Wildlife Park

Hainan Subtropical Wildlife Park China vacation deals is located on Dongshan Town in Xiuying District of Haikou City, which is 27 kilometers (17 miles) away from Haikou City, and it is the first park with the themes of the Scientific Popular Knowledge and the Subtropical Wildlife Exhibition. Now the park covers an area of more than 133 hectares with more than 4,000 wild animals of over 200 species as well as over 700 rare plant species, which forms the harmonious Subtropical Rain Forest landscapes. Setting on your feet on the park, it seems as if you are going into a huge natural oxygen bar, which makes you feel very refreshed and comfortable.

The main features of Hainan Subtropical Wildlife Park
Hainan Subtropical Wildlife Park can be divided into 4 areas according to its functions: the Vehicular Section, the Walking Section, the Lakeside Resort Section and the Service Center Section, among which you can watch the wild endangered animals in the Vehicular Section and the Walking Section. You can watch the African lions, the Northeast tigers and the black bears on a sightseeing bus top China tours; and you can also watch Asian elephants, giraffes, crocodiles, hippos and pythons on foot; you can also wander around among the rockeries playing with the man-made monkeys as well as watching the flying performances of different kinds of birds. When you feel tired, you can have your lunch in the Flamingo Restaurant in the park, watching the fish swimming in the river and listening to the sound of the flowing streams. I am sure you will enjoy yourself in the park to watch so many animals living in a natural way, and I am sure you will discover something different in the park as well. And the park attracts lots of visitors from all over the global for entertainments and recreations every year.

Getting there
It is located on Dongshan Town in Xiuying District of Haikou City popular China tour package, 27 kilometers (17 miles) away from Haikou City, so you can take a medium-sized bus from Haikou City to Fucheng, and stop at the gate of Hainan Subtropical Wildlife Park. It is open to the public from 8:00 am to 5:30 pm every day.

Travel Tips
1. Safety is the priority, follow your guide’s instructions and wander around with your team in the park.
2. Pay attention to the time for the Wild Animal Performance in the park.

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2014-Apr-8, 12:05

Travel to Delightful Apricot Valley in Yili This April

Far in the northern China, there locates the Yili Kazak Autonomous Prefecture affordable China travel packages which has attracted many tourists there every year for its gorgeous natural scenery. Famed as “the Jiangnan beyond the north of the Great Wall”, Yili is said to have the most beautiful scenery in Xinjiang. Only to mention the vast Nanati Grassland, romantic Lavender Garden, enchanting Sayram Lake, and the splendid Kazak local customs, you may be eager to fly to Yili to find its charms. But for an April tour in Yili, the beautiful Apricot Valley should be the best destination to enjoy the beauty of Yili.

Situated in Tuergen Township, Xinyuan County in Yili, Apricot Valley has been famed for its natural beauties of abundant apricot trees and attractive apricot blossoms in the vast green valley. It has the largest apricot forest in Xinjiang Silk Road travel area and has the most enchanting sea of pink and white apricot blossoms.

April is the right season to visit Apricot Valley when apricot blossoms in full bloom. When you come to the Apricot Valley, what attracts you first should be the perfect blended colorful picture, the pink and white apricot blossoms blended with the vast green carpet. There are groups of apricot trees or some scattered apricot trees spinning over the 2,000 hectares valley. But these apricot blossoms are never alone, the winding slopes and their charming lines just curve the whole picture and make it more solid and picturesque.

When mounting on the undulating slopes, when waves of spring breezes blow, take a deep breath to feel your body and mind relaxes in the mixed fresh fragrance of apricot and grasses. If you close your eyes, you will be drunk at this dreamy world popular China travel package.

The Apricot Valley is not only peacefully beautiful, it is also vividly with the join of horses and sheep. Views from this slope to that slope is different and unique, and the fun of riding a horse around the valley expects a lot. You will always find surprises when you run from this slope to that one, as you never what beauty behind the other slope. This is very interesting.

An outgoing at the Apricot Valley is always a pleasant journey. A mountain of bright blossoms, an eye of green, a nose of fragrance, an ear of laughter and smiles, and a heart of satisfaction, this is what you get from the tour to the Apricot Valley.

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2014-Apr-4, 01:14

Xiamen: Ever-green Seaport

Located at the southeast coast of China, Xiamen China tour deals is a tourist city of Fujian Province famous for its attractive seascape.

Xiamen, traditionally known in the West as Amoy, has also been called the Egret Island because of the hundreds of thousands of egrets inhabiting there. This is due to the beautiful natural scenery, the fresh air and the clean environment of the city.

Xiamen is a surprisingly pretty city. Its streets and buildings, attractive shopping arcades and bustling seafront boast a nineteenth-century European flavour. There are beautiful beaches, parks, museums and interesting cultural attractions to spend days exploring.

The main tourist attraction in Xiamen, Gulangyu, is a delightful little island just a 10 minute ferry ride from the heart of down town. As a place of residence for Westerners during Xiamen’s colonial past, Gulangyu top 10 China tours is famous for its architecture and for being home to China’s largest piano museum, giving it the nickname of “Piano Island” or “The Town of Pianos”. Gulangyu is unique in China as a “traffic-free island”. It is connected to the main island of Xiamen only by ferry. It is a popular weekend getaway with views of the city and features many Victorian-era style European edifices.

Nanputuo (South Putuo) Temple, dating back to the Tang Dynasty, is a famous Buddhist temple surrounded by the graceful sea and the Wulao Peaks behind the temple. It is so named because it is south of the Buddhist holy site Mount Putuo in Zhejiang Province.

Xiamen University is a beautiful campus with old traditional buildings and a tranquil lake outside the foreign language department. Nowadays the University is open for anyone, some registration may needed on peak holidays. To avoid long registration procedure, you may enter the university from three smaller gates which are across the Baicheng beach.

And the other tourist areas like Jimei, Wanshiyan popular China travel package, etc. are highly recommended. A sea tourist line is also available for you to enjoy the amazing scenery of many beautiful small islands around.

Xiamen enjoys convenient transportation. You can go there by air, by train, by coach or by sea. The transportation within the city is also satisfying. Most tourists consider the accommodation in Xiamen convenient consisting of many star rated hotels. Meanwhile Xiamen has plenty of special local products to be added to your shopping list, including various kinds of tealeaves, fruits like sugarcanes, olives and longans as well as sea products such as fish, prawns, crabs, abalones and lancelets.

The folk customs of the minorities, varied local festivals and especially the particular local dishes and snacks are also appealing to visitors.

My memory is still vivid after my trip to Xiamen five years ago. It’s the place I would like to go back again.

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2014-Apr-4, 12:31

Travel Guide - Huanglongxi Ancient Town

Huanglongxi is an ancient town China vacation deals with a history of more than 1,700 years. Situated in Shuangliu County, 40 kilometers southeast from Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China, the town features ancient streets, trees, temples, ferry terminals, houses along its curving alleys, and simple and unsophisticated folk customs that have been passed on for generations.

In the town there are seven ancient streets, which were built during the Ming and Qing Dynasties. They are well-preserved and all paved with stone slabs. The streets are winding rather than being laid out in a geometrical grid format, some of them crossing the river Yangtze River tour via stone bridges, the whole forming a pleasing unity. The Gulong Temple, the Zhenjiang Temple and the Chaoyin Temple are three ancient temples in the central street.

Walking through the street, you will see many historical civilian residences of the Ming and Qing Dynasties, with tiled roofs ending in flying, or upturned eaves. But with the patina of time upon them, especially the patches of moss here and there that is the local equivalent to ivy on an old European or American university (as in “ivy league university”). It is not by accident that the TV advertising and cinema film industry worldwide, when looking for Chinese houses that are natural period pieces, come to Huanglongxi, which gained the reputation of “China’s Hollywood”.

While traveling along the river, one can have a view of the stilt houses top China tours, which fully represent the pile-dwelling culture of Shu people. The Chinese stilt dwellings was typically in three storeys: a semi-open ground storey (‘first floor’, in the U.S.), the first storey (‘second floor’) as the living quarters for humans and attic on the second storey (‘third floor’), for storing foodstuffs for both humans and animals, as well as a place to dry clothes during inclement weather (it also served as a play room for smaller children). Pile dwellings might occasionally come in five storeys, but never in two or four storeys, as having even-numbered storeys was considered bad luck.

Nowadays, Huanglongxi still keeps the profound and honest folk-custom culture of western Sichuan Province. Here you can enjoy the Fire Dragon Dance, a traditional dragon dance but with the added dimension that fireworks are set off at certain key points in time inside the dragon. The town also holds an annual Dragon Boat Dance on the River. On the ninth day of the sixth and ninth month according to the Chinese lunar calendar, temple fairs here recreate the lively scenes of the old days. Another unique thing about Huanglongxi is that it still observes the tradition of night watch. If you are awake and if things are quiet around you, you will hear the sound of the night watch every other hour.

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2014-Apr-3, 12:21

Shuyuanmen Culture Street

The special street at Namenli near the Xi’an Stele Forest Xian tourist attractions is lined with houses in the architectural style popular during the Ming and Qing dynasties and paved with stone blocks. The stores on this street sell rubbings from stone inscriptions, works of painting and calligraphy, seals, books of ancient seal prints, the four treasures of the study (writing brush, ink stick, ink slab and paper). It is an ideal place for you to buy souvenirs and exchange views with artists. Painters and calligraphers often come to this street to demonstrate their skills on the spot. Auctions of ancient works of arts are often held here.

Dongdajie Street

Dongdajie Street is the busiest commercial street of the four main streets spreading from the Bell Tower. The section west of Dachaishi of this street has an even stronger atmosphere of the modern metropolis of Xi’an Xian travel guide. On this street are the time-honored stores of Tangchen Plaza, Qianjin Shoe and Hat Store, Northwest Optician’s, Henry Clock and Watch Store and a number of exclusive garment shops.

Xi’an Friendship Store

Located on Nanxin Street in the center of Xi’an, the store is close to the Bell Tower in the west, one bus stoop from the Stele Forest in the south and adjacent to the office building of the Shaanxi provincial government in the north.

The state-owned Xi’an Friendship Store sells famous tourist products from all over China and local arts and crafts, such as jewelries, jadeites, diamonds, gold and silver ornaments, enamels, lacquer ware, jade articles, antiques, the four treasures of the study (writing brush, ink stick, ink slab and paper Xian tour packages), carpets, embroideries, silk and brocade products, various kinds of clothes, daily utilities, famous-brand wine and cigarettes, tea and tonic medicine. It also provides such services as delivering commodities for customers to other countries, handling insurance affairs and dealing with mail orders.

Xi’an Antique Shop

The Antique Shop is housed in the Drum Tower at the center of Xi’an proper. It mainly sells objects of pottery, porcelain, copper, jade, agate, cloisonné and enamel, carvings of bamboo, wood and bone, works of painting and calligraphy, rubbings, seals, ink slabs and embroideries.

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2014-Apr-2, 01:32

Travel Guide - Xiaoqi Village

As “a Bright Pearl of Wuyuan Cultural and Ecological Tourism”, Xiaoqi affordable China tours is located 45 kilometers (28 miles) in the northeast of Wuyuan City in Jiangxi Province, built during 787 in the Tang Dynasty (618 A.D.-907 A.D.), which is assessed as “the National-Level Agricultural Ecological Exemplary Countryside”, and it is famous all over the county for its natural scenic spot as well as culture relics, actually, there are tens of ancient house with a long history of more than 600 years.

Main features of Xiaoqi

As a matter of fact, Xiaoqi Village can be divided into two parts: the Upper Xiaoqi Village and the Lower Xiaoqi Village, among which the Upper Xiaoqi Village is famous for its Idyllic landscapes along the hillside, and it is the most charming area among Wuyuan attractions. The Lower Village is surrounded by water, by which the Lower Xiaoqi Village connects the Upper Xiaoqi Village as a whole, and the scenery is very serene and picturesque.

There are plain and elegant civilian residences in the Ming (1,368- A.D.-1,644 A.D.) and the Qing (1,616 A.D.-1,911 A.D.) style, zigzagged and quiet lanes, the ancient post road paved with blue-stones and the ancient trees with strong trunks and verdant leaves in the village top 10 China tour packages, among which the most impressive three ancient official buildings are Jinshi Mansion, Dafu Mansion and Glorious and Happy Mansion with the front courtyard and back courtyard in each mansion, and the halls are very spacious in each mansion with three-level high steps and delicate brick-carving patterns on the gate towers of each mansion as well, showing the high status of their owners in the past, so it can be called the ancient cultural and ecological village with unique Chinese style.

There are thousands of ancient camphor trees and the rare yews in the Valuable Ancient Tree Ornamental Garden popular China tours, which is the powerful evidence of the local people protecting the environment and advocating the natural, what’s more, the ancient trees add so much life and charm to the village in some sense.
“The high and lower houses are among the ancient trees,
The mountains, near or far, showering in the sunset,
The treetops seems like embroideries amidst mist,
And the circle-like river runs around the ancient village.”
The ancient poem describes the fascinating mountains and rivers in ancient village vividly, and it really is.
Getting there:

Xiaoqi is located 45 kilometers (28 miles) in the northeast of Wuyuan City in Jiangxi Province, and you can take a bus from Wuyuan Bus Station or Ziyang Town Bus Station to get there directly. It is open to the public from 8:00 am to 5:30 pm every day.

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2014-Mar-31, 11:39

Unique Capital Culture: Beijing Imperial Culture

Culture always reflects regional characteristics. Since ancient times, Beijing has been an important cultural crossroad, a place where people from around the world have come to create a future and amass their fortunes. A unique Beijing culture was formed as a result of this integration of various ethnic groups and their local or regional cultures. As the capital of Yuan, Ming and Qing dynasties, Beijing affordable China tours imperial cutlure is the important part of the unique capital cutlure.

When comparing its Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) and Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) layouts, there are few differences between the layout of Beijing’s inner city. The only salient change was that many larges residences for the nobility were built in Beijing during the Qing Dynasty, each displaying its own grandeur. One saying asserted: “The Ming Dynasty put up a city wall, while the Qing Dynasty built imperial gardens”.

After the reign of Emperors Yongzheng and Qianlong during the Qing Dynasty, emperors often lived in the Yuanmingyuan (Garden of Perfection and Brightness) in western suburban of Beijing throughout the year. It is often said that East Beijing is rich while the West is noble top 10 China tour packages, because in the Beijing inner city, many big mansions are found in the East, while the residences of nobles are found in the West. Nobles built their residences in East and West Beijing to be near the imperial court.

Of the many residences of the nobility, the mansion of Prince Gong, bestowed to him during the late Qing Dynasty, has long been one of the most famous, because it represents the common characteristics of the regulations governing the layout of imperial residences during the Qing Dynasty. Having received the mansion, Prince Gong had it elaborately repaired by skilled craftsmen, integrating the styles of gardens of the Yangtze River Delta with the architecture of Beijing, while combining western architecture and Chinese classical architecture. All these made Prince Gong’s Mansion gorgeous and a standout even in Prince Gong’s time.

A city’s presence reflects stages of history; architecture becomes a cultural hero. These grand, elegant and beautiful mansions and palace gardens in Beijing have enriched the content of the inner city of Beijing popular China tour package, but they have also added color to the city. Only the Forbidden City exceeds these mansions in thoughtful design. Forbidden City, also known as the Palace Museum, is the imperial palace from the Ming dynasty to the end of the Qing dynasty, where 24 emperors ascended the throne and exercised their strong power to the nation.

Imperial sacrificial activities can provide useful insights into the imperial culture and were indispensable components of imperial etiquette. Feudal society attached equal importance to rites and discipline, which were two pillars for maintaining social stability. During the Yuan, Ming and Qing dynasties, many imperial temples were built in Beijing; most were used to pray to heaven to secure blessings for the people. Take the most famous one the Temple of Heaven as an example, which is the center of imperial ritual ceremonies for the Ming and Qing dynasties. These sites became important components of the imperial culture.

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2014-Mar-31, 12:08

Where to Go if You Have 72 Hours in Shanghai

Pairs of the East, Pearl of the Orient, or whatever nickname you prefer, Shanghai China tour deals, the largest city in China, has always been on the cutting edge of what’s new and what’s hot in China. In this flourishing commercial and financial center, East meets West in a striking blend of world cultures.

Now travelers from 45 countries can now benefit from a 72-hour visa-free stay policy in Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou (Chengdu, Sichuan province, will soon become the fourth Chinese city to adopt a 72-hour visa-free policy, which will go into effect on Sept 1, 2013.). People can submit applications at Pudong and Hongqiao airports. Three days are perfectly reasonable for a quick trip to Shanghai. You can see skyscrapers and century-old architecture, and try pan-fried dumplings or have a drink in a fancy bar with a river view.

Route 1: Must-see spots

People’s Square can be a good start. It is a large public square just off of Nanjing Rd. in the Huangpu District of Shanghai. People’s Square is the site of Shanghai’s municipal government building, and is used as the standard reference point for measurement of distance in the Shanghai municipality. Prominent landmarks on and around the square include JW Marriott, Shanghai, Shanghai City Hall, Shanghai Grand Theatre, Shanghai Museum, Shanghai Art Museum, Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Center and People’s Park.

The brown cauldron-shaped Shanghai Museum China best tours is a good place to enjoy a fine collection of Chinese ceramics, calligraphy and bronze. The building has round top and a square base, symbolizing the ancient Chinese perception of the world as “Round Sky and Square Earth”.

Walking east on Nanjing Road will lead you through one of China’s busiest shopping streets – Nanjing Road Pedestrian Walkway, which is very close to the Bund of Shanghai. For a century, the Bund is always the symbol and proud of Shanghai. If you have never been to the Bund, then you have never been to Shanghai.

Route 2: Good taste

If you are not satisfied by the glitzy, new, Western side of Shanghai, then perhaps visit the Yuyuan Garden. First built in the 16th century, it is a classical Chinese garden and one of Shanghai’s premier sights, featuring its ponds, walkways, bridges and rockeries.

After visiting the garden, you can check out the delightful Mid-lake Pavilion (Huxin Ting), and have a drink in a two-storey teahouse on an island at the center of an ornamental lake, reached by a zigzagging bridge. In the Yuyuan Commercial City, you will find lots of local snacks including Nanxiang dumplings, the best dumplings in Shanghai.

Route 3: In the suburbs

A 50-minute drive will take you to Zhujiajiao popular China travel package, a suburban water town to the west of Shanghai. Known as “the Venice of Shanghai”, Zhujiajiao Water Town features beautiful waterways, arched stone bridges, ancient streets paved with stones, and houses dating back to Ming and Qing dynasties. Traditional handicrafts, food and ways of life can still be found here. Small boats are ubiquitous here as the boats serve as important transportation methods for local people. It would be a nice way to get a view of the town and experience the local life by boat.

If you prefer to see some nature, Metro Line 9 will take you to the Chenshan Botanic Garden in Songjiang district where beautiful garden landscapes and around 9,000 distinctive plant species are on display.

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2014-Mar-30, 11:34

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