• Travel Guide for Beijing Zoo

    Travel Guide for Beijing Zoo

    The Beijing Zoo was built in 1906 in Qing Dynasty with an area of only 10 hectares and a few humble pavilions to house the animals. It was named as “Wansheng Garden”( Ten-Thousand Animal Garden) and officially renamed as Beijing Zoo in 1955. Now it covers an area of 86 hectares, breeding over 5000 animals

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  • 6 Most Beautiful Beaches in China

    6 Most Beautiful Beaches in China

    China’s continental coastline extends for about 18,000 kilometers (11,000 miles), and there are lots of beautiful beaches for holidays. The most popular beaches around China we recommend include those at Sanya, Xiamen, Putuo Island, Beidaihe and Beihai. Yalong Bay “The Oriental Hawaii” Yalong Bay is the best beach in China. The sea is blue and

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  • Top 5 Theme Parks in China

    Top 5 Theme Parks in China

    China is a world-renowned destination for exciting theme parks. Indeed, out of the twenty largest and most popular amusement parks in Asia, 11 are located in China. China’s themed parks are recognized globally and compete favorably with those in U.S and Europe for world’s most visited parks. The parks offer a mixture of Western and

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  • Beijing Top 6 Shopping Areas

    Beijing Top 6 Shopping Areas

    Shopping is an indispensable part of a tour of Beijing. With the unending array of newly-founded shopping malls, plazas, shopping centers, and shopping streets sprouting up in Beijing, shopping in Beijing has become most convenient. Commodities covering every field imaginable can be found in Beijing. Wangfujing Shopping Street Wangfujing is now considered as the central

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  • 7 Must Try Street Foods in Beijing

    7 Must Try Street Foods in Beijing

    Maybe you thought all there was to order from street-side vendors in Beijing were the oddities, like the scorpions and starfish at Wangfujing snack street. Thankfully, you would be wrong; there’s a world of delicious street snacks to be found in Beijing (and other cities in China,) that you shouldn’t wait to explore! Summer interns,

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  • Top 7 Best Sightseeing Places in China

    Top 7 Best Sightseeing Places in China

    Zhangye’s Danxia Landscape Rainbow Mountains The Danxia landscape in Zhangye is vividly named “Rainbow Mountains” by many due to its dazzlingly colors. Danxia (丹霞 /dan-sshya/) means ‘red, red clouds’. In China’s remote northwest, Zhangye is ignored by ordinary travelers, but deeply loved by photographers. The landscape is composed of curvy, layered, multihued formations, most of

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