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Beijing

Beijing City Guide

Beijing, a city in northern China, is the capital of the People's Republic of China (PRC). It was formerly known in English as Peking or Peiking. Beijing is also one of the four municipalities of the PRC, which are equivalent to provinces in China's administrative structure. Beijing Municipality borders Hebei Province to the north, west, south, and for a small section in the east, and Tianjin Municipality to the southeast…

Beijing City Guide

Chengdu

Chengdu City Guide

Chengdu is the capital of Sichuan Province, China's second most populous with over 90 million people. There are 15 ethnic groups in Sichuan and it is common to see Tibetans, Uigurs, Miao, and Yao. Although Chengdu's population is only about two million, it is all a question of where one draws the city lines, and to get a sense of the city a better figure is its population density…

Chengdu City Guide

Chongqing

Chongqing City Guide

Chongqing Municipality, 334km (208 miles) SE of Chengdu, 1,346km (836 miles) S of Xi'an, 1,000km (620 miles) upstream of Three Gorges Dam If other major cities in China are undergoing face-lifts, Chongqing is having radical reconstructive surgery: In 1997, it became the fourth city to achieve the status of municipality (after Beijing, Tianjin, and Shanghai). With summers so hot it's been dubbed…

Chongqing City Guide

Guangzhou

Guangzhou City Guide

Guangzhou is the capital and the sub-provincial city of Guangdong Province in southern mainland China. The city was formerly known internationally as Canton City or simply Canton, after a French language transliteration of the name of the province in Cantonese. It is a port on the Pearl River, navigable to the South China Sea. As of the 2000 census, the city has a population of 6 million…

Guangzhou City Guide

Guilin

Guilin City Guide

Guilin,capital of Guangxi Province,one of the most-visited Chinese cities,the scenery of Guilin has been called the finest under heaven.Guilin located in the northeast of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Guilin City is South China's shining pearl , with verdant mountains , elegant waters , magnificent crags and fantastic caverns. It has a total area of 2,000 sq.km. and a population of 680.000…

Guilin City Guide

Hangzhou

Hangzhou City Guide

Hangzhou is one of the important tourism cities in China, famous for its natural beauty and historical and cultural heritages. Hangzhou is the capital of Zhejiang province. It is the political, economic and cultural center of the province as well. It is one of the 15 vice-provincial level cities in China.Hangzhou is located on the low reaches of Qiantang river in southeast China, with a distance of 180 kilometers to Shanghai…

Hangzhou City Guide

Hong Kong

Hong Kong City Guide

The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China is one of the two special administrative regions (SARs) of the People's Republic of China (PRC), the other being Macau. It is commonly known as Hong Kong, which is often written Hongkong in older English-language texts. The Hong Kong Government officially changed the name of Hongkong to Hong Kong on 3 September 1926. Hong Kong is on the eastern side…

Hong Kong City Guide

Kunming

Kunming City Guide

Kunming, the "Spring City",which is situated in central Yunnan and north of the Dianchi Basin, is skirted on three sides by mountains, with one side opening onto the Dianchi Lake. The city is nicknamed City of Spring due to the fact that it is covered all the year round with the rich verdure of trees and plants. Endowed with a pleasant climate, Kunming is world-famous for its abundance of camellias, orchids, azaleas and Primula malacoides…

Kunming City Guide

Lhasa

Lhasa City Guide

Lhasa is the religious and political heart of the Tibetan world, Lhasa sits on the north bank of the Kyi Chu, surrounded by colossal mountain ranges to the north and south. The first hint that you are entering the traditional capital of Tibet is the red and white palaces of the Potala, home to Tibet's spiritual and temporal leaders, the Dalai Lamas, since the 17th century. Most Western visitors, however…

Lhasa City Guide

Nanjing

Nanjing City Guide

Nanjing, lacated at the eastern part of China, is the first nation's capital in the early years of the Míng dynasty (A.D. 1368-1644), then the capital of the Republic of China from 1911 to 1937, and now capital of Jiangsu Province which is developed in economy in China and an important central city on the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtse River. the bustling city of 6 million is left off many China itineraries…

Nanjing City Guide

Sanya

Sanya City Guide

It has beaches and modern hotels and is being touted as a "Chinese Hawaii". You meet European tourists there and see a lot of Russians. Sanya is a popular escape from Russian winters. There are also many Chinese tourists. During the Chinese New Year in February it is quite busy and expensive. Fireworks are heard around the clock during that time. There are four main areas in Sanya…

Sanya City Guide

Shanghai

Shanghai City Guide

Shanghai , also named "Hu" or "Shen" in short, is situated at 31"14' north latitude and 121"29' east longitude, and in the middle of China's east coastline. It occupies a total area of 6,341sq.km. (of which Pudong new Area occupies 523sq.km.), with a total resident population of 16,000,000. It has a pleasant climate, with four distinct seasons. The average temperature is around 18oC and the annual precipitation is 1,240mm…

Shanghai City Guide

Urumqi

Urumqi City Guide

No city in the world is more distant from the sea than Urumqi, which lies 2249km (1,397 miles) away from the nearest ocean. The city's name means "beautiful pastures" in Mongolian, but urumqi, capital of the Xinjiang Uighur Autonormous Region, is a modern industrial metropolis with a population of 1.5 million, and all its beautiful meadows lie well outside the city limits…

Urumqi City Guide

Xi'an

Xi'an City Guide

Xi'an is a museum city dotted with the historic relics of past dynasties, from the restored city walls to the majesty of the Terracotta Warriors. Xi'an will delight travelers today, as it did centuries ago as the starting point of the famed Silk Road.Xi'an, the capital of Shaanxi Province, has over 3,000 years of recorded history, with human habitation present here as early as the Neolithic times, as discovered…

Xi'an City Guide

Ningbo

Ningbo City Guide

Located in the middle of China’s coastline and the northern flank of prosperous Yangtze River Delta, Ningbo is a time-honored city, in east of Zhejiang province. Covering an area of 9365square kilometers with a population of 5.3 million, Ningbo is one of the famous historical and cultural cities, one of the three economic centers of Zhenjiang province. Beijing one of excellent tourist cities, Ningbo attracts numerous tourists from home and abroad…

Ningbo City Guide

Qingdao

Qingdao City Guide

Located in the southern tip of Shandong Peninsula, Qingdao boards on the Yellow Sea in east and south, adjoins Yantai in northeast, Weifang in west and Rizhao in southeast. Qingdao is a distinctive seaside city with 870 kilometers coastline along. Including seven districts and five cities, Qingdao covers an area of 10654 square kilometers, with a population of more than 7million. Qingdao enjoys a monsoon…

Qingdao City Guide

Shenzhen

Shenzhen City Guide

Modern, prosperous and multicultural, Shenzhen is one of the international metropolises. Located in the south of Guangdong province, neighboring to Hong Kong, Shenzhen is the first Special Economic Zone and aims to build to be Hi-tech industrial base, and centre of finance, information, trade and transportation and famous tourism city in 2010. Shenzhen is the host city of the 26th World University Games in 2011 and prepare to show its beauty and uniqueness to the entire world…

Shenzhen City Guide

Suzhou

Suzhou City Guide

Suzhou is a world-famous tourist city. The beautiful natural sights and brilliant human sites enhance each other’s beauty, which make it an attractive destination for tourists from home and abroad. Streets and rivers go side by side, architecture built along waters with alley in front and river behind, which forms the unique style and features of Suzhou. Small bridges, flowing waters and special houses show the tranquil part of Suzhou, while distinctive gardens with historical attractions boasts it an ancient city…

Suzhou City Guide

Xiamen

Xiamen City Guide

Situated on the southeast coastline, Xiamen is facing Taiwan across the strait. Covering an area of 1565 square kilometers with a population of 1.27 million, Xiamen is divided into six districts including Siming, Huli, Jimei, Tongan and Xiangan. Acclaimed as” Seaside Garden City”, Xiamen is one of the optimum habitations for its agreeable climate and charming seascape. Xiamen is listed as one of the excellent tourist cities in China and attracts more and more tourists to experience its magical sights and sounds…

Xiamen City Guide

Yangshuo

Yangshuo City Guide

Yang shuo is located at the bank of Li River, 60 kilometers away from Guilin city. The unique karsts physiognomy breeds the special landscape of Yangshuo. There are more than 20thousand strange peaks dotted, 16rivers winding through, over 110scene sites scattered. It has been praised as” the most beautiful scenery in Guilin”. The 56kilometers of Li River traverses Yangshuo, with strange peaks standing on both banks, lush bamboos swaying in breeze, which is one of the most beautiful parts in Yangshuo…

Yangshuo City Guide

Yiwu

Yiwu City Guide

Situated in the center of Zhejiang province, Yiwu is surrounded by mountains in three sides and adjoins Shanghai to east, covering an area of 1105 square kilometers. Yiwu enjoys subtropical monsoon climate, featuring mildness with its annual average temperature 17 degree and distinctive four seasons. The city flower of the city is China rose and the city tree is Camphor tree. Compared with many other cities in China, yiwu is a small city but it is the largest commodity market in China. Yiwu is a popular shopping tourist destination…

Yiwu City Guide

lanzhou

Lanzhou City Guide

Lanzhou is the capital city of Gansu province. With a long history of more than 2000 years, Lanzhou has been vital city on the Silk Road. And the Ancient Silk Road has remained lots of historical sites and splendid culture, attracting numbers of tourists to swarm into the city from all the corners of the world. Now, Lanzhou is the center of the Silk Road Tourism Zone, connecting Maiji Caves to the east, Bingling Thousand Buddha Caves to the west, Labrang Monastery to the south and Dunhuang Mogao Caves to the north..

Lanzhou City Guide

guiyang

Guiyang City Guide

Located in the eastern of Yungui Plateau, southeast of China, Guiyang is home to minority ethnic groups. Being capital city, Guiyang is political, economic and cultural center of Guizhou province. Guiyang is increasingly becoming a popular tourist destination and attracting more and more travelers.

Guiyang City Guide

Wuhan

Wuhan City Guide

Wuhan is the largest city in central China, covering an area of 8,467 square kilometers with a population of 9.79 million. As the capital city of Hubei province, Wuhan is the center of economy, education and culture. Due to its advantageous location, Wuhan is transportation hub of China. such as Beijing..

Wuhan City Guide

changsha

Changsha City Guide

Located in lower reaches of Xiang River, Changsha is the capital city of Hubei province. Covering an area of 11819 square kilometers with a population of 6.47 million, it is the political, economic and cultural center of Hubei province.The history of Changsha can be traced as early as 3000 years ago. At the same time,

Changsha City Guide

zhuhai

Zhuhai City Guide

Being one of the five special economic zones in China, Zhuhai is located in the southern tip of Pearl River Delta. Standing on the southwest of the Pearl River estuary, Zhuhai faces Hong Kong across the Sea in west, connects Macau in the South, adjoins Taishan City in the west and borders on Zhongshan City in the North.

Zhuhai City Guide

Haikou

Haikou City Guide

Located in the north of Hainan Island, China’s second largest island, Haikou is the capital city of Hainan province. Known as 'Coconut City', it is not only the political, economic and cultural centre of Hainan province but also the transport hub of sea, land and air. Haikou lies in the west bank of the Nandu River estuary, hence its name” mouth of the sea”.

Zhuhai City Guide

jinan

Jinan City Guide

Being the capital city of Shandong province, Jinan is the political, cultural and economic center of the province. With a long history more than 2000 years, Jinan is one of the important birthplaces of Chinese civilization and it also famous as the cradle of Longshan Relics Culture, the reputed prehistoric culture of China. Jinan has been designated by the State Council .

Zhuhai City Guide

Lijiang

Lijiang City Guide

Located in the northwest of Yunnan province, Lijiang is one of the four well-preserved ancient towns, in addition with Langzhong in Sichuan province, Pingyao in Shanxi province and Xixiang in Anhui province. Lijiang has 12 minorities and every ethnic group has their unique culture and distinctive festival. Lijiang Ancient Town was awarded as World Heritage by UNESCO in 1997.

Lijiang City Guide

Yangzhou

Yangzhou City Guide

With abundant tourist resources, Yangzhou was announced as one of the first 24 historical and cultural cities in China. It is a garden city with beautiful natural scenery and significant historical sites. In history, it was an important water transport hub and fond of by some emperors; at present, it is accessible by air, by train and by ship and attracts numerous tourists

Yangzhou City Guide

Yangzhou

Luoyang City Guide

Located in west of Henan province, the central of China, Luoyang is one of the three ancient capitals, in addition to Xian and Beijing. Heluo area with Luoyang as its centre is important birthplace of Chinese civilization and Luoyang is the cradle of great China. Covering an area of 15,492 square kilometers,

Luoyang City Guide

 

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