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  • Nanjing Road
    Nanjing Road
  • Reed Flute Cave
    Reed Flute Cave
  • Macau Scenery
    Macau Scenery
  • Flower Market
    Flower Market
  • Summer Palace
    Summer Palace
  • Mt.Everest Base Camp
    Mt.Everest Base Camp
  • Fujian Tulou
    Fujian Tulou
  • Peitian Ancient Cillage
    Peitian Ancient Cillage
  • Yellow Mountain
    Yellow Mountain
  • Sun Moon Lake
    Sun Moon Lake



With a history that is more than 3 millennia, Beijing is an amazing mix of old and new where ancient and modern China meet; where its ancient sites are just as well-known as its modern architecture. For centuries, Beijing has been the center for cultural and business activities and is today, beyond doubt, a truly world class and international city. No matter how many times you have visited, you will surprised at the discoveries the city has to offer.

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Xian is the capital of the Shangxi province, located in the southern part of the Guanzhoug Plain. With the Qinling Mountains to the south and the Weihe River to the north, it is in a favorable geographical location surrounded by waters and hills. It has a semi-moist monsoon climate with clear distinctions between the four seasons. Except the very cold winters, any season is relatively suitable for traveling.

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Shanghai, Hangzhou & Suzhou

Shanghai may be the most “internationalized” city in China. Suzhou and Hangzhou have gained popularity as a paradise for their beautiful scenery and fine weather which makes the place a favorite place for a nice and relaxing escape.

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Sichuan & Yangtze Cruise

The Yangtze River, which seems to just roll on and on, is fondly called the "mother river" of the Chinese nation. The Three Gorges have an ineffable scenery that draws tourists and locals alike to its banks. The splendors of Qutang Gorge, the elegance of Wu Gorge, and the adventurousness of Xiling Gorge form the majestic picture on this world-renowned destination. Every peak and wave of its waters has been the inspiration of many a great paintings drawn and poems written.

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Yunnan, on the Yunnan-Guizhou Plateau, in the southwest part of China, lying just below the Tibetan Plateau and abutting Vietnam, Laos, and Burma, is a mysterious land of great natural beauty. Yunnan has a unique array of fascinating ecotourist resources, including snow-capped mountains and glaciers all year round, lakes and hot springs, alpine landscapes, primeval temperate woodlands, and tropical forests where elephants and monkeys roam.

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The stunning landscape in which the city is situated in has a kind of magic that is all on its own. The strangely shaped hills, or karsts, with the verdant vegetation ranging from bamboo to conifers, together with wonderful caves, make Guilin a favorite must-see attraction for tourists. Located in the northeast of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Guilin is considered to be the pearl of China's thriving tourist industry on account of the inspiring natural beauty and historic treasures.

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Yellow Mountain, Anhui

Yellow Mountain is in Anhui Province in China. It is on the UNESCO World Heritage List and is one of the most visited scenic attractions in China. Huangshan is a granite mastiff consisting of 36 separate peaks, rising above 1,800m. Famous throughout Chinese artistic history, Huangshan represents the typical mountain in Chinese paintings.

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Hakka culture, Xiamen & Fujian

Fujian province is located on the southeastern coast of China, facing Taiwan across the Taiwan Strait. The province is mostly mountainous, and it traditionally described to be "eight parts of mountains, one part water, and one part farmland". Due to its uneven topography, Fujian enjoys a variety of tourism resources to experience like the primitive Fujian Tulou (Hakka Houses) in the mountainous areas, Wuyishan Mountain and its nearby Xiamei Ancient Village, and Gulangyu Island off Xiamen downtown.

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Tibet has various complex landforms such as high and steep mountains, deep valleys, glaciers, bare rocks, and deserts. All places in the region lie at an average altitude of more than 4,000 meters. It is roughly divided into four areas: the north Tibet plateau, the south Tibet valley, east Tibet mountains and valleys, and the Himalaya Mountains. It is bitterly cold in winter, with a marked difference in temperature between daytime and night. It features scarce precipitation and a sharp contrast between the dry and wet seasons. It is dry in winter and spring, with frequent occurrence of strong winds, as well as low oxygen content.

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Xinjiang & Silk Road

The Silk Road is a general term that once comprised a series of ancient trade routes connecting China with the rest of Asia, Africa, and Europe. The four great inventions by the Chinese (namely paper, printing, compass, and gunpowder), silkworm raising and silk weaving, tea and china became accessible to the other parts of the world because of this route. At the same time, Buddhism, Nestorianism, Islam, music, and astronomy were introduced to China. Making the Silk Road one of the most historically notable destinations to visit. It can be divided into two major routes: by land and by sea.

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Inner Mongolia

Centuries ago, the southern part of Mongolia, the area known as Inner Mongolia, was inhabited by great nomadic Mongolian tribes. Later, in the sixteenth century, the Manchu Empire seized it from the northern Mongolians after many bloody battles. It lies in an autonomous region of northern China and encompasses green steppes, arid deserts, and lengthy sections of the Great Wall of China.

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Hong Kong

Hong Kong is one of the most popular international cities in China and Asia. It is famous for its tower-studded skyline and shopping centers. It is also a major port and global financial center. Dubbed by some as the "Pearl of the Orient" and a "Shopping Paradise" because of the many department stores and shops in this busy, vibrant, little city. Foodies also frequent the country because of its lively food scene.

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Macau is one of Asia's newest and most exciting Business Tourism destinations, after a period of rapid and unprecedented infrastructure development. It is a city of great contrasts being only 29.7 km2 in size yet the home to Asia's largest, fully integrated convention and exhibit center; a city of world heritage stature that also boasts one of the world's most spectacular and modern skylines; a city that blends the rich traditions of Chinese and Portuguese cultures which are reflected in its lifestyle, food, restaurant, architecture, and festivities.

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Taiwan, or Republic of China, is one of Asia's industrial powerhouses. Its diverse natural assets and cultural attractions make it a favorite to visitors as well. This small island nation is located southeast of the coast of mainland China with an eastern shore that rims the Pacific Ocean. Much of island is lush forestland, but the topography includes picturesque mountains, rice fields, and balmy beaches.

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