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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!

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

2013-09-27 | China travel Guide | Comments(0) |   Views:(714)

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.

Li River Crown Cave: a "Chinese spotlight" on ancient rock formations

2011-06-24 | China travel Guide | Comments(2) |   Views:(2445)

Finding some interesting activities around Guilin vicinity is one of the easiest things to do, the topography and natural sceneries of this area of China being such a jewel. Living in Guilin in order to study Chinese, I woke up on a Saturday morning with no plans at all for the day except going out with friends and have some good time. Our decision was to discover all together a famous scenic spot of the city that our teachers were talking about during the lessons: the Li River Crown Cave (Guanyan, 冠岩). Bottle of water and snacks checked, we left by bus - the easiest way I've taken so far to travel in Guangxi Province - for the scenic area is located at about 29 km downstream from Guilin city, on the banks of the Li River.

My first job as a Tour Guide

2009-04-23 | Working at VisitOurChina | Comments(0) |   Views:(728)

My first job as a Tour Guide Thursday, 16th April 2009It finally happened that I was allowed to accompany a China-traveling group, when visiting Guilin. Thursday in the afternoon I met Mr Sun, the official local tour guide. It turned out to be a German speaking Chinese, because apparently the group, consisting of 13 people, was from eastern Germany. Mr Sun was very open-minded and so we had lots of topics to talk about while sitting in the bus to the airport. ...