China

Capital of China

What is the Capital of China? Beijing is the capital of China. Its history goes back over 3000 years. Beijing means “Northern Capital” in Chinese. It surrounded by a city wall until 1949. Now Beijing is one of the main industrial cities in China, the second in terms of the number of inhabitants after Shanghai. […]

Chinese Cuisine

It believed that in Chinese cuisine the most unusual recipes and a wide variety in the menu, because in each province prepare their own unique dishes. For the inhabitants of this country, it is important to strictly adhere to the traditions of cooking, its balance, the preservation of healing properties. Exotic dishes of Chinese cuisine. […]

Shanghai Tower

Dimensions: height – spire 634 m, roof 569 m Construction start 2009 / opening date: 2014 Engineers: Thornton Tomasetti, Cosentini Associates Original name: Shanghai Center Tower, Shànghǎi Zhōngxīn Dàshà, Shanghai Center Tower The Shanghai Tower is the tallest building in the Chinese city of Shanghai. And the third tallest building in the world (the first […]

Kid-Friendly Hotels in Hainan

When representatives of travel agencies are asked to tell you which hotel to choose and where, 90% of the 100 will be Sanya. The logic is clear: here you can combine passive and active rest – soak up the beach and have great fun. But it is worth considering that there are almost no complexes on the […]

Beijing Public Transport

Such a huge city like Beijing simply could not do without. An extensive public transport network. In the capital of China. Tourists can travel by metro, buses or taxis. The most convenient form of transport is a taxi. The most economical is a bus, and the fastest is the metro. Where to buy tickets for […]

Hong Kong Public Transport

Hong Kong buses The cheapest transport in Hong Kong is a bus. The network of bus routes is extensive. Covering most all areas of Hong Kong, except the remote islands. It is the main public transport. For trips to the south side of Hong Kong Island. Where Osean Park, Repulse Bay and Stanley Market located. […]

Tips for Hiking at The Great Wall of China

You cannot visit Beijing without stopping at the Great Wall of China. Where this wall, which is one of the wonders of the world. More than 13,000 miles long and more than 2,000 years old. Indeed many tourists wish to visit it. And if you, first get to know a set of tips with us. […]

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