Photographic Guide to Mount Everest Tour in Tibet

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Blessed with epic mountain vista, turquoise alpine lakes and profound Buddhist culture, for years Tibet has held its irresistible allure to world-wide photographers. Apart from the fervent Tibetan pilgrims on the street in Lhasa, the capital of Tibet, the most … Read More

Top 5 Things to Do in Fujian, China

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China is one massive country. With 34 provinces, made up of municipalities and special administrative zones all in one time zone, they’re not as well known as the states of America. Everyone knows about places such as Beijing and Shanghai, … Read More

Chinese Food You Wouldn’t Consider Edible in Other Countries

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A typical Chinese dinner China, when it comes to food, might be an extreme country for those who are not adventurous eaters. Why? There is a common saying that “The Chinese eat everything with four legs except tables—and everything that … Read More

Top 5 Tips for Visiting Buddhist Temples in China

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If you are planning on visiting China then you will have absolutely loads to see, do and experience. From Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City in Beijing, to cycling around the city walls of Xi’an, experiencing the bustling nightlife and … Read More

InterContinental Hotel Hong Kong Offers The Ultimate Valentine’s Day Experience

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Dear boyfriends and husbands, if you thought flowers, chocolate, candlelit dinners and diamonds will never run out of fashion, you were terribly wrong. We like to be pampered and feel like princesses and we love it when our girlfriends are jealous of us … Read More

Harbin Ice & Snow Sculpture Festival In China

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If you are an art lover and a sucker for snow, than the Harbin Ice and Snow Festival, the biggest festival of its kind in China might be the right place for you to be in January. Lighted sculptures at … Read More

Contemporary Asian Architecture

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Architecture is one of the reasons we travel to far away places. Be it classic or ultra modern, the architecture of a city helps us understand better the “mountains” that had to be climbed in order to make a place fit for living and … Read More

Xian’s Hui

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The city of Xi’an is famous for the Terracotta Army, Lantian Man and countless Buddhist relics, but centuries ago its fame had more to do with trade than archeological wonders. As part of the ancient Silk Road, Xi’an was a … Read More

Photo Of The Week: Yamdrok Yumtso Lake

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Yamdrok Yumtso Lake. Photo by Flickr user zwz64 Yamdrok Yumtso Lake is one of the three largest holy lakes in Tibet. Surrounded by many snow-capped mountains and fed by numerous small streams, Yamdrok Yumtso Lake is believed to be the transformation of a goddess. … Read More