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Beijing visa-free tourists allowed to retrieve prohibited goods2013-06-03

Beijing relaxed its 72-hour visa-free transit policy on Wednesday by allowing tourists traveling under this arrangement to retrieve prohibited-entry goods upon leaving the capital.

Xi'an - Living history2013-05-31

Xi'an - Living history Parks and green spaces are found along the Xi'an city walls, whichseparated the inner ancient city and the outer modern one.

Ancient sculptures at Jinci Temple in Taiyuan2013-05-31

Ancient sculptures at Jinci Temple in Taiyuan Photo taken on May 24, 2013 shows colored sculptures at the Shengmu Dian (Hall of the Saint Mother) of Jinci Temple in Taiyuan, capital of north China's Shanxi Province. Jinci Temple was first built during the period of the Northern Wei (386-534) in commemoration of Shuyu, the second son of Emperor Wuwang of the Zhou dynasty (1100-771 BC).

Tourists visit eco-agricultural park in Moganshan Town, E China2013-05-31

Tourists visit eco-agricultural park in Moganshan Town, E China Tourists visit a sapling planting base of an eco-agricultural park in Moganshan Town of Deqing County, east China's Zhejiang Province, May 29, 2013. The town in these years has made greatimprovement in promoting the development of organic agriculture and agricultural sightseeing tourism

Forum on Pan-Asian traveler trends2013-05-29

Set for June 3 at the Shanghai Theater, Portman Ritz-Carlton in Shanghai, the International Luxury Travel Market Asia 2013 opening forum will hear leading industry experts discussing the ongoing rise of the region's luxury travel industry andseek opportunities to build business across the region.

Green tourism boosts economy2013-05-29

Green tourism boosts economy Senior officials in Inner Mongolia vow to accelerate the development of the local tourism industry to not only enhance economic growth, but also respond to State Council guidelines issued in 2011, according to Bater, chairman of the autonomous region.

Beautiful sea of clouds scenery in China's Guizhou2013-05-29

Beautiful sea of clouds scenery in China's Guizhou Photo taken on May 22, 2013 shows the scenery of the sea of clouds and the terraced fields at the Pingzhai Township of Liping County, southwest China's Guizhou Province. (Xinhua/Yang Daifu)

Lavender flowers attract tourists in China's Wuxi2013-05-27

Lavender flowers attract tourists in China's Wuxi Photo taken on May 25, 2013 shows lavender flowers in Xuelangshan forest park in Wuxi, east China's Jiangsu Province. Over 100,000 lavender plants here attracted numbers of tourists. (Xinhua/Luo Jun)

China strengthens river banks to preserve Mogao Grottoes2013-05-27

China is investing millions of dollars in a flood control project to prevent Mogao Grottoes, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in northwest China's Gansu Province, from seasonal flooding, the caves' administration claimed on Tuesday.

Yarlung Zangbo Grand Canyon in China's Tibet2013-05-24

Yarlung Zangbo Grand Canyon in China's Tibet The Yarlung Zangbo Grand Canyon is one of the deepest and longest canyons in the world. The Yarlung Zangpo River starts at Mount Kailash before reaching the juncture of Mainling and Medog counties, where it swerves around towering Namjagbarwa, the highest peak in the eastern section of the Himalayas, carving a U-shaped gorge. The canyon is home to many animals and plants barely explored and affected by human influence, while its climate ranges from subtropical to Arctic. []

HK welcomes return of Giant Rubber Duck2013-05-24

HK welcomes return of Giant Rubber Duck The giant inflatable rubber duck returns to Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong, May 21, 2013. It was abruptly deflated for maintenance for almost a week. The 16.5-meter-tall duck, conceived by Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman, sailed into the harbor on May 2 to cheering crowds. [Photo:]

Tourists enjoy bonfire party at Xibu Street in Zhangjiajie2013-05-22

Tourists enjoy bonfire party at Xibu Street in Zhangjiajie Photo taken on May 18, 2013 shows the night scene of the Xibu Street in Zhangjiajie, a well-known scenic spot in central China's Hunan Province. [Xinhua/Li Ga]

Meeting with the ancients2013-05-22

To most people, Luoyang in central China's Henan Province is just a transit hub en route to the Shaolin Temple on neighboring Songshan Mountain or a quick stop-off to check out the famous Longmen Grottoes or the prefecture-level city's spring peony festival.

Mingsha Mountain, Crescent Spring in Gansu2013-05-22

Mingsha Mountain, Crescent Spring in Gansu Tourists visit the scenic spot of the Mingsha Mountain and Crescent Spring in Dunhuang City, northwest China's Gansu Province, May 21, 2013. Dunhuang has received about 749,200 tourists in the first four months of 2013, increasing 58.63 percent year on year. [Xinhua/Nie Jianjiang]

Tibet has China's largest proportion of nature reserves2013-05-20

In southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, 61 nature reserves have been established across a total land area of 410,000 square meters, a regional forestry officialstated Friday.

China's Mogao Grottoes to limit tourist flows2013-05-20

The administration of the Mogao Grottoes in Luoyang city, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in northwest China's Gansu Province, is to introduce new measures to control visitor flows and prevent damage to the caves' Buddhist frescoes.

Guangdong aims to boost tourism2013-05-20

Tourism authorities in Guangdong province have planned to develop high-end short tours for friends overseas, as the provincial capital has become the third Chinese city to allow foreign visitors to stay for 72 hours without a visa.

The Old Bund in China's Ningbo2013-05-20

The Old Bund in China's Ningbo During the First Opium War, the British captured an outlying district of present Ningbo. The signing of the Treaties of Nanjing in 1842 ended the war, and Ningbo became one of the five major seaports to open to Western powers. Since then, a foreign settlement along the Old Bund in Ningbo began, which antedated the Shanghai's better-known bund by more than 20 years. This bund has a range of restaurants, cafes and bars. Restored historic structures stand alongside newer buildings and create one pretty picture. [bbs.fengniao]

Scenery of Changbai Mountain in NE China2013-05-20

Scenery of Changbai Mountain in NE China Tourists visit a scenic spot of the Changbai Mountain in Changchun City, northeast China's Jilin Province, May 19, 2013. [Xinhua/Xu Chang]

Hong Kong Disneyland Opens a New Theme Park on May 17th2013-05-17

On May 17th, Hong Kong Disneyland opens a new theme park called Mystic Point. It is acclaimed as one of the most complex recreational facilities in Disneyland. Here visitors will have a feast of sound, aroma and experience.

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