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The China travel blog page of VisitOurChina is where we share our travel experiences with you. In the meantime, we provide you information on Chinese culture, Chinese cuisine, China travel guide and much more. We hope these can help you in some way, whether they are used in designing a China tour, or just give you interesting information on a new and exciting place.

Sophy in wonderland - News conference of the uncased hole 4D Reed Flute Cave visual show

2013-09-27 | China travel Guide | Comments(0) |   Views:(491)

Received the invitation of the office of Reed Flute Cave Attraction, our company are honored to attend the news conference of the uncased hole 4D Reed Flute Cave visual show. Although the freezing wind brought by typhoon Tiantu blowed fiercely, we were still passionately talking about our experiences to Reed Flute Cave and how  this day’s visual show would surprise us.

How to walk in your hiking tours?

2013-09-18 | China travel Guide | Comments(0) |   Views:(414)


We humans are truly a remarkable species, discovering all kinds of entertainments. Recent years, hiking has been widely favored by those who want to sport their unique passion. There are also many places where you can enjoy magical hiking experience: the Great Wall hiking, Mt. Siguniang hiking, Yangtze River Three Gorges hiking, Li River hiking of Guilin, and etc.It seems rather simple that you just need to walk different places during hiking, but you would know that walk needs many skills to keep you well protected

Ten places in China that differe from the others

2013-09-06 | China travel Guide | Comments(0) |   Views:(548)

Brief Introduction to the most unique travel attractions of China. 

Shuhe is known to local people as Longquan Village (Dragon Spring Village, 龙泉村) which is said to be the birthplace of the eminent Mu Family of Naxi minority ethnic group. Renowned as "Village of Leather", the Old Town of Shuhe has a prosperous market in the central square covering an area of 250 square meters which used to be fur and leather trading center in Lijiang and has many excellent artisans that good at fur and leather processing.

Approach the largest ancient instrument museum in China

2013-08-30 | China travel Guide | Comments(0) |   Views:(438)


Hubei Province Museum of China is the only provincial level, comprehensive museum, in which the largest, most complete and systematic ancient instruments are exhibited. Zenghouyi Bells are the most famous set of chime (excavated from the tomb of Marquls Yi of Zeng). It is like a bright pearl beside the beautiful East Lake, and also a great landmark building as well as an essential landscape of Wuhan City. Zenghouyi Bells are historical relics of China’s Warring States Period (475 -221 BC). It consists of 65 bronze chimes and the range covers five and a half octaves with the whole 12 semitones.

China Tours' Top Summer Resorts (II)

2013-08-23 | China travel Guide | Comments(0) |   Views:(480)


Imperial Summer Villa of Chengde is ranked to be one of China’s top royal gardens. 1994, it was included in the world cultural heritage list. Located in Chengde City, Hebei Province of China, it wass a popular summer resort for emperors and dignitaries in Qing Dynasty and also the biggest Imperial Garden in the world.

China Tours' Top Summer Resorts (I)

2013-08-15 | China travel Guide | Comments(0) |   Views:(604)


The sceneries are so incredibly beautiful. Snow mountains, Colored Pool, Swan Lake, Mirror Lake, Pearl Shoals Waterfall and Colorful Lakes. Up and down, tiredness and comfort, disappointment and ecstasy – Jiuzhaigou National Park, a tour place where amazing happens, everything happens.

Ten things to do in Macau that don’t involve the casinos

2013-08-09 | China travel Guide | Comments(0) |   Views:(573)


A lot of my friends tell me that they hate Macau or never want to go. ‘It’s too small a place, I don’t want to gamble, I don’t want to get drunk, it’s overpriced,’ The reasons are numerous because Macau has been portrayed through the glitz and glamour of the largest casinos in Asia, yet there is so much more to Macau than what people see about its casinos and restaurants – and letting this simple factor keep you away is a huge mistake.

Three Gorges – Getting addicted to someplace I used to know

2013-08-05 | China travel Guide | Comments(1) |   Views:(794)


The people of Three Gorges show me their absolute austere friendship. Between mountains and waters, it looks like a landscape painting. Traditional stilted architectures, mysterious ancient sailing boats and covering ships silently stand, while young girls are washing clothes beside the river…