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Silk Road International Tourism Festival returns to Gansu06/15/2017

The Seventh Dunhuang Tour on the Silk Road International Tourism Festival will kick off in Gansu Province this June. The festival is co-hosted by China National Tourism Administration and Gansu Province, guided by the United Nations World Tourism Organization, and has been successfully staged for six consecutive years since 2011.  Leaders from international touri ...Read More

Nine Must-Visit Places in Tianjin05/31/2017

Tianjin is the largest port city in northern China, and one of China's four municipalities directly under the Central Government. Tianjin has historically been an important port and doorway to Beijing, being 120 kilometers (75 miles) away from the capital. By bullet train from the Beijing Southern Railway Station, it now takes just 40 minutes to get there. The ...Read More

Conde Nast Traveler: Historic Site Installs “Pedestrian Speed Bumps”05/31/2017

It’s one thing when automobile drivers go too fast, that’s why we have speed bumps. But tourism officials in the ancient town of Taierzhuang had the same concern about sight-seers walking along the Grand Canal between Beijing and Hangzhou. To help ensure that visitors take their time to appreciate the beauty and cultural heritage of the UNESCO World Heritage ...Read More

Tibet Helicopter Tours Coming in August05/31/2017

Tourists in Lhasa, capital of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, will be able to enjoy helicopter tours starting in August this year. The Potala Tourism and Culture Group will receive two helicopters in June, and the maiden flight is scheduled for August. Visitors will be able tour the city and its neighboring regions, including Namtso Lake, aboard s ...Read More

Emperor Qianlong’s Favorite Reading Place Getting A Facelift05/31/2017

An imperial garden in downtown Beijing's Beihai Park opened to tourists after a restaurant that had operated for 60 years was moved out as part of a campaign to protect the city's cultural heritage. Yilan Hall, whose history spans more than 260 years, is a cluster of buildings designed in the architectural style of the Jinshan Temple in Jiangsu province. It was ...Read More

Associated Press Features Story of Climbing Up Sacred Mount Tai05/30/2017

Journalist Louise Watt recently trekked up the 6,000 stone steps leading to the top of Taishan, or Mount Tai. Located in Shandong province, the hike takes between three and seven hours to complete. Click here to read the full story and see the photos. ...Read More

Two New Majestic Princess Cruises Added for 201805/30/2017

Princess Cruises recently announced two new sailings of the Majestic Princess for 2018 that are open for purchase by non-Chinese passengers. The two 14-day Grand Asia voyages sailing between Shanghai and Singapore will depart Feb. 25 and March 11, 2018. The cruises will visit Japan, South Korea, Vietnam and Thailand. On May 21, the Majestic Princess will embark ...Read More

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