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Shapotou scenic area in NW China's Ningxia2013-04-15

Shapotou scenic area in NW China's Ningxia Camels walk in the desert to wait for tourists at the scenic area of Shapotou in Zhongwei City, northwest China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, April 11, 2013. (Xinhua/Liu Quanlong)

Visitors get into close touch with fish in HK Ocean Park2013-04-15

Visitors get into close touch with fish in HK Ocean Park Divers play with fish during a diving event at the Hong Kong Ocean Park in Hong Kong, south China, April 11, 2013. The event, starting Thursday, enables visitor to get into close touch with the fish in the park's tanks. [Xinhua/Wang Yuqing]

Harbin-Dalian high-speed rail to reach speeds of 300 km/h2013-04-15

The world's first high-speed railway operating in extremely low temperatures will start service on April 21 that can reach speeds of up to 300 kilometers per hour.

China sees fewer tourists in Q12013-04-15

China saw tourism numbers drop year on year in the first quarter, whereas more Chinese went abroad, the China National Tourism Administration said Friday.

Water Splashing Festival celebrated in Mangshi, China's Yunnan2013-04-12

Water Splashing Festival celebrated in Mangshi, China's Yunnan People splash water on each other during a celebration marking the upcoming Water Splashing Festival in Mangshi, southwest China's Yunnan Province, April 11, 2013. The Water Splashing Festival, also the New Year of the Dai ethnic group, will last for three or four days.

A gem of Chinese residence -- Tujia stilted buildings2013-04-12

A gem of Chinese residence -- Tujia stilted buildings Photo taken on April 10, 2013 shows stilted buildings in Lianghekou Village in Enshi, central China's Hubei Province. Stilted buildings of Tujia ethnic group, mainly seen in central China's Hunan and Hubei Province, is a gem of Chinese residence.

Wulingyuan Scenic and Historic Interest Area2013-04-12

Wulingyuan Scenic and Historic Interest Area The Wulingyuan Scenic and Historic Interest Area is located in Zhangjiajie City, about 265 kilometers (164.66 miles) away from the provincial capital of Changsha, Hunan Province.

Amazing Jiuhua Mountain in China's Anhui2013-04-12

Amazing Jiuhua Mountain in China's Anhui Covering an area of 100 square kilometers southwest of Qingyang County, Jiuhua Mountain borders on the Yangtze River in the north and faces the Huangshan Mountain toward the south. It is considered as one of the greatest Buddhist mountains in China with other three mountains: Wutai Moutain (Shanxi Province), Emei Mountain (Sichuan Province) and Putuo Mountain (Zhejiang Province).

Icicles seen on tree branches and blossoms in Haimi, China's Xinjiang2013-04-09

Icicles seen on tree branches and blossoms in Haimi, China's Xinjiang Photo taken on April 8, 2013 shows icicles on plum blossoms in Hami, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Icicles are seen on tree branches and blossoms in Haimi due to sharp drop of temperature.

Chinese move into 1st place in tourism spending2013-04-09

Chinese tourists have overtaken Germans as the world's biggest-spending travelers after a decade of robust growth in the number of Chinese vacationing abroad, the United Nations World Tourism Organization revealed on Thursday.

Bewitching Namtso Lake in Tibet2013-04-09

Bewitching Namtso Lake in Tibet The attractive scenery of the Namtso Lake, 240 kilometers away from Lhasa, capital of Tibet.

Trip to Mount Heng in China's Hunan2013-04-09

Trip to Mount Heng in China's Hunan Located some 45 kilometers (27.96 miles) north from Hengyang City, Mount Heng is one of the five famous Chinese mountains in China. Thanks to its favorable climate, it enjoys a reputation of being the most outstanding amongst all five. The mountain stretches out over 150 kilometers (93.21 miles), with a total of 72 peaks.

Flower power coming to Beijing2013-04-02

The Fragrant Hills Park of Beijing will host the second Gardening Design Contest in April when gardeners nationwide gather and present gardens abounding with flowers.

Cableway in Mount Huashan put into trial operation2013-04-02

Cableway in Mount Huashan put into trial operation A cable car to the west peak of Mount Huashan is in service in Xi'an, capital of northwest China's Shaanxi Province, April 1, 2013.

Spring scenery in Xidi Ancient Village2013-04-02

Spring scenery in Xidi Ancient Village Xidi Ancient Village is situated at the foot of Huangshan Mountain's southern slope. It was originally built during the reign of Emperor Huangyou (1049-1054) of the Northern Song Dynasty (960-1127) and rebuilt during the reign (1449-1457) of Emperor Jingtai of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644).

Trip to Mount Lang in China's Hunan2013-03-29

Trip to Mount Lang in China's Hunan Located in Xingning County, Shaoyang City, Hunan Province, Mount Lang is a scenic area close to Guilin of Guangxi in the south and Zhangjiajie of Hunan in the north. It features a galaxy of Danxia landforms. Huge deep red rocks in various bizarre shapes present tourists with a marvelous view.

Mogao Grottoes in China's Gansu2013-03-29

Mogao Grottoes in China's Gansu Located on the eastern slopes of the Mingsha Mountain in the southeast of Dunhuang County in Gansu Province, the Mogao Grottoes are one of three best noted grottoes in China and also contain the largest, best preserved and richest treasure house of Buddhist art in the whole world. Also known as the Thousand Buddha Cave, a monk named Yue Seng chiseled the first cave here in 366, during the Eastern Jin Dynasty (317-420). The endeavor was continued by later dynasties, up until the Yuan Dynasty (1279-1368), resulting in the fantastic group of caves that can still be seen today. Today, 492 caves have stood the test of time and contain some 2,100 colored statues and 45,000 square meters of murals. [bbs.fengniao / by Huai Ji Bu YI]

Jiayu Pass in China's Gansu2013-03-27

Jiayu Pass in China's Gansu The Jiayu Pass stands in the southwest section of the city of Jiayuguan in Gansu Province. The snow-covered Qilian Mountains run south for hundreds of miles, and the Dragon's Head (Longshou) and Horse's Mane (Mazong) mountains rise up to its north. The walls on both sides of the pass extend across the desert to join the mountains. The existing building was constructed in 1372, with two layers of walls dividing it into outer and inner sections. The outer wall was made of mud, except for its western section which was built with bricks. The double walls indicate the important strategic position of this pass. [bbs.fengniao /by Wan Li Peng Cheng]

High-speed destinations for the holiday2013-03-27

High-speed destinations for the holiday With the fast expansion of Chinas high-speed rail network, cities that were considered far from Beijing are now only a short ride away. Taking trains that can travel up to 350 kilometers per hour, one will find China is a bit smaller than it used to be.

Mountain Wutai to improve environment2013-03-25

Mountain Wutai to improve environment April will see the kick off of a project to improve environmental conditions on Mount Wutai, one of four sacred Buddhist mountains in China, the local government stated on Tuesday.

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