It has been my lifelong ambition to travel to Tibet. Known as the roof of the world thanks to housing several of the tallest mountains on earth, I set on a journey to visit Mount Everest Base Camp. Chinese New Year, or Spring Festival as it is known locally, has always been a great opportunity to travel. In previous years… Read More
China keeps calling us back and each time we go it surprises us yet again with its blend unique history and everlasting traditions to the ultra modern megacities and technology.
Suzhou, China is a memorable place to visit. Many tourists only pop in for a day trip from Shanghai to view its classical Chinese gardens, but we suggest spending several days to really explore this exquisite city in the Jingshao proving. 26 Things to do in Suzhou China Known as the Venice of the East, we barely scratched the surface… Read More
There are many things to do in Nanjing that make for an excellent stop on any China itinerary. What, you haven’t heard of it? Well, you will soon! Most tourists pass right through Nanjing when traveling from Shanghai to Beijing (or visa versa) But after spending a few days discovering Nanjing, we feel it is a destination in its own… Read More
Looking for the very best things to do in Beijing to make the most of your stay. Whether you are passing through and taking advantage of the 144-hour visa-free transit policy or visiting China Beijing a part of your itinerary, this guide showcases all the things to do in Beijing plus tips and advice for places to say. We show you how to get around… Read More
Tiananmen Square in Beijing is the World’s largest public square. It can hold 1 million people. About Tiananmen Square In the past, it was only known to the West as a place where the Tiananmen Square massacre took place in 1989. It was here that an unknown amount of protestors were killed during an uprising. There is a famous photo of a… Read More