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Our Travel Blog is the place to share our real life, travel experiences in China with you. Besides, we will provide information related to Chinese culture and China travel guide. "A bosom friend afar brings a distant land near." Traveling makes us to be closer, let's discover China together!

Brett's Leaving Guilin

2011-01-07 | Working at VisitOurChina | Comments(0) |   Views:(1091)

What a great year I have had in Guilin filled both highs and lows hard study and great travel experiences. Ultimately it is not the places that I visited and travelled to during my twelve month stay in Guilin it was more the people who I travelled with. 
 

Mt. Huangshan Winter Tour – My 5 Days Amazing Experience before the New Year

2011-01-07 | China travel Guide | Comments(3) |   Views:(1773)

 
On the Christmas Eve of 2010, I started my business trip from Guilin to Huangshan (or Yellow Mountain, Mt. Huangshan). Although I lost the chance to have a Christmas party with my friends at home, I did not feel much regrettable, because this unforgettable trip made my Huangshan travel dream come true. With undiminished excitement for this Mt. Huangshan tour, I hereby would like to share my experience with you.

Top Ten Things to do in Guilin

2011-01-04 | China travel Guide | Comments(3) |   Views:(1292)

Top Ten Things to do in Guilin After being in Guilin for almost a year as a student I have thought through the ten most worthwhile things I have got up to in Guilin: 10. See the city on foot While many visitors come to Guilin to enjoy the amazing beautiful cityscape not everyone get manages to get out of their coach and walk around the city; the best way to experience Guilin is defiantly by foot. Walking by the river on balmy summer nights is the only real way to appreciate the amazing Karst formations that surround the city, walking across through the pedestrian mall is the best way to soak this beautiful city...

Christmas in Guilin

2010-12-31 | Life in Guilin | Comments(0) |   Views:(1068)

It was that time of year when everyone gets together and celebrates Christmas; I was no different, this was the second time that I had celebrated Christmas in China and  this time round I headed to the Shangri-la with some American classmates on Christmas Eve, with Christmas Day fully booked out; the Shangri-la is the latest addition to Guilin's cultural landscape, a beautifully designed and constructed hotel, the interior was also remarkably designed with beautiful views over the Li River distant pagodas, this is defiantly the must stay place in Guilin now.

VisitOurChina's Year-end Tourguide Training in Guilin

2010-12-27 | Working at VisitOurChina | Comments(0) |   Views:(401)

 
Time always flies fast and it is the end of a year's busy and happy work again. In this whole year, English-speaking tour guides of VOC (VisitOurChina) devoted themselves to their job wholeheartedly as before, with a common goal of offering faultless and unforgettable service to the guests.

Christmas Greetings from VisitOurChina!

2010-12-24 | Cultures | Comments(2) |   Views:(493)

Dear friends,

This is our warm season's greetings from VisitOurChina.com, your friends in China!

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Sweet Potatoes and Taro: Company Trip to Lipu

2010-12-23 | Life in Guilin | Comments(2) |   Views:(481)

With the weather slowly cooling down as December approaches, our travel agency VisitOurChina organised a company trip to the small county of Lipu that is located to the south-west of Yangshuo, Guilin; Lipu is a county famed for its agriculture, in particular its Taro roots which are widely sought-after throughout Guangxi Province. As is so happened, the travel agency owned a large plot of land right at the heart of Lipu. We are another group of VisitOurChina to experience the rural life of Guilin this weekend.

The Ten Best Hiking Resorts in China

2010-12-20 | China travel Guide | Comments(2) |   Views:(1022)

Top 1: Medog Walking Track - experience an ancient county by foot

Medog is famous as one of China's most popular walking tracks for its undeveloped roads. In Tibetan Medog means "hidden lotus flower". This winding Tibetan track takes about 9 days to walk from Linzhi to 80K and take trekkers through some of Tibet's most picturesque plateau landscape. The often erratic weather and difficult walking conditions are best suited to advanced hikers.