What’s the best way to see China? Here’s why you should consider a bus tour.
China is located in Eastern Asia and is the second largest country in the world by land area. China’s landscape varies from the hills and low mountain ranges in the southern region to the broad grasslands in the north. Travel in China includes some of the world’s greatest known landmarks such as the Great Wall and the Forbidden City. Beijing, the capital city, and Hong Kong, known for its expansive skyline, are some of China’s top destinations.
Mount Emei is one of China’s sacred Buddhist Mountains. It’s a beautiful but challenging climb with a risk of meeting terrible monkey gangs.
Baoji, China, a city with history, nature and sights like Mt Taibai National Forest and Baoji Bronzeware Museum full of Zhou Dynasty artifacts.
With its towering skyline and bustling culture, Shanghai is like no other city. Here’s a look at its tallest skyscrapers.
A traveler recounts his last visit to China’s historic Tiananmen Square, along with a stroll through the Forbidden City.
Yes, Xian, China is famous for its Terracotta Warriors and amazing archaeological finds. But there’s so much more to this Chinese city. Join photographer, Len Kaufman, for an inside look.
In Longjing Village, you can pick tea leaves from the Emperor’s favorite tea garden, and then sample Dragon Well Tea for yourself.
The Great of Wall of China is the largest man-made structure in the world. Here’s how to plan your visit to this unique remnant of China’s past.
Lhasa may be a modern city, but her people hold fast to their ancient Tibetan heritage.
Rock the rickshaw with hot pig’s knuckles and lamb skewered on recycled bicycle spokes.
A traveler journeys along the Li River in search of the elusive ideal of Chinese landscape beauty.
Though often overlooked, visitors to Yunnan experience a different side of China.