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    Beijing National Center for the Performance Arts

    The newly opened National Center for the Performance Arts, also known as “the egg” formerly named the Chinese National Grand Theatre, is the largest performing art center in the world. It is shaped like a massive, silvery dome in the heart of China’s capital that offers Chinese and international art performances of the highest standards.  It hosts opera, ballet, musicals, dance, dramas and traditional Chinese performances. Read the rest of this entry »

    Tiananmen Square, Beijing

    A sprawling open plaza located in the heart of Beijing, Tiananmen Square is a destination that offers travellers to the city much to explore. While the location has gained international recognition for being the site of the infamous Tiananmen Square Massacre, this scenic locale has been the focal point of numerous events in China’s long and proud history. Read the rest of this entry »

    Travel to Lijiang, China

    Lijiang is an and quaint town in Yunan, a province of China which is well endowed with magnificent and beautiful mountains, rivers and a long history. The ancient Lijiang county was put into the list of world cultural legacy by the World Legacy Committee of the United Nations Education, Science and Culture Organization in 1997. Read the rest of this entry »

    Shanghai Wild Animal Zoo Park

    Shanghai Wild Animal Zoo was the first national grade wildlife zoo in China. It is located in San Zao Town in Pudong and is just about 22 miles from the Shanghai city centre. Read the rest of this entry »

    What to do in Hong Kong

    Hong Kong is a phenomenal destination with an extensive array of entertainment facilities available for both local and foreign travelers. Therefore, when it comes to entertainment, Hong Kong is on par with any other world class holiday destination. Some venues that offer the best of entertainment tend to change at a rapid pace in this exceptional metropolis. Read the rest of this entry »

    Hong Kong Landmarks: Central Plaza

    Standing majestically, in the business district of Wanchai North, Central Plaza is world renowned for its astounding height and amazing architectural features. The building is magnificently positioned at 18 Harbour Road in Hong Kong and is 374 metres in height. Read the rest of this entry »

    Zhujiajiao Shanghai tourist attractions

    Tourists holidaying in Shanghai should definitely take the time to enjoy a day’s outing to the waterside town of Zhujiajiao in Shanghai. Considered to be an important historical site, this ancient town is sure to charm its visitors with its picturesque waterways, arched bridges, architectural structures that date a few hundred years back and old stone paved streets. Read the rest of this entry »

    Hong Kong Art Festival

    Visit Hong Kong during the Hong Kong Art Festival, which is the premier event in the local cultural calendar, well known for its spectacular nature in terms of its rich diversity and its outstanding reputation in the cultural world. Founded in 1973, this cultural event combines a wide range of art programmes from all over the world. Read the rest of this entry »

    China most popular tourist sights

    With a balance of ancient and modern architecture, and varied regional cultures, each of China’s cities offer a number of world-famous attractions for China tours. If you incorporate visits to Hong Kong, Beijing, and Xian into China holiday tours you can appreciate the variety and splendour of Chinese history, and fill your China holidays with colour and spectacle. Read the rest of this entry »

    Cheap Hotels in Hong Kong

    Hong Kong is a shopping haven in Asia. It welcomes thousands of tourists with cheap accommodations to make their stay more worth while. Read the rest of this entry »