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April 25 2011(GMT+08:00)
Tulip Flower Show in Zhongshan Park Attracts Tourists
A one month-long Tulip Flower Show has been unveiled recently in Zhongshan Park in Beijing, attracting large numbers of tourists. Tourists can enjoy the sight of many rare breeds like the black...  Detail
April 22 2011(GMT+08:00)
Tea Time in the Mountains
Mengding Mountain International Tea Culture Tourism Festival continues until May 30 in Ya an, Sichuan province. People began growing tea on the mountain more than 2,000 years ago. Since the Tang...  Detail
April 21 2011(GMT+08:00)
Time for the Island City to Shine
The Spring of Putuo Mountain Tourism Festival will be held from April 9-20 in Putuo district of Zhoushan, an island city in Zhejiang province. One of the four great Buddhist mountains in China, Putuo...  Detail
November 26 2010(GMT+08:00)
ROTTERDAM, the Netherlands -When a McDonald's here was burglarized a few years ago, its managers decided they needed a new security system. The police in this rough port city were offering an...  Detail
November 23 2010(GMT+08:00)
What better way to relax than to soak in a luxurious herbal infusion that will ease away the aches and pains? Xu Xiaomin takes the plunge. After snapping hundreds of photos in Hailuogou and leaving...  Detail
November 22 2010(GMT+08:00)
In the vastness that is China, there are still hidden spots of great natural splendor ?although you must be prepared to work hard searching. Xu Xiaomin puts on her hiking boots. The truly scenic...  Detail
November 19 2010(GMT+08:00)
Did the great thinker bring glory to his birthplace, or was it the magic of the place that produced the greatness? I came up with this question while standing atop Hongyeling, or Red Leaves...  Detail
November 18 2010(GMT+08:00)
Some years ago, an American tourist said cruelly but not, at the time, inaccurately, "Wellington is half the size of the New York City cemetery and twice as dead." Today, according to the Lonely...  Detail
November 17 2010(GMT+08:00)
Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region is a huge, multicultural melting pot full of interesting faces and stories. Feng Xin reports. If you love a place, it's the people who are responsible. On a two-week...  Detail
November 11 2010(GMT+08:00)
Nanchang is not a recommended destination in the summer when it is unbearably hot and humid. Known as one of the four furnaces in the country, along with Nanjing, Chongqing and Wuhan, the capital of...  Detail
November 10 2010(GMT+08:00)
For a generation that has lived in a city that has hosted the Olympics and soccer World Cup, you might not expect an international meeting of politicians and business leaders to cause much ado. Yet...  Detail
November 09 2010(GMT+08:00)
Yu Garden Hotel combines historic charm with modern amenities. Yang Yijun reports Shanghai is a city that perfectly blends its history and its modern elements. Renaissance Shanghai Yu Garden Hotel...  Detail
November 08 2010(GMT+08:00)
Hydrotherapy, massages and ancient Thai healing practices are just a few of the spa treatments offered to luxury hotel guests around the world. To help travelers looking for therapeutic relaxation,...  Detail
November 05 2010(GMT+08:00)
The goddess Ruyi is toasted with wine by the Ningbo people to pray for protection at sea, before they sail accompanied by the sounds of gongs and drums. Days later, they come back, ships loaded with...  Detail
November 03 2010(GMT+08:00)
Play golf, will travel. Many golfers are known to spend their vacations heading to different courses around the globe for their fairway fix. To help golfers plan their next trip, travel website...  Detail
November 01 2010(GMT+08:00)
Americans are planning to spend 11 percent more money on air travel this holiday season than they did last year, according to a new study. In what appears to be a sign of increased confidence in the...  Detail
October 22 2010(GMT+08:00)
With its gilded temples, tuk-tuk taxis, spicy cuisine and racy nightlife, Bangkok is full of contradictions, congestion and centuries-old exotic allure. Here are some suggestions from Reuters...  Detail
October 21 2010(GMT+08:00)
Gansu's Dunhuang Grottos are an archaeological Aladdin's cave, Erik Nilsson says A trip through Gansu province's Dunhuang Grottos is a journey not only back in, but also across time. Visiting these...  Detail
October 20 2010(GMT+08:00)
There are few moments of natural scenery in Beijing more beautiful than when waves of scarlet light up the pale blue skies. Autumn is the season of maturity across the world and the wild outskirts...  Detail
October 19 2010(GMT+08:00)
Fruit gourmands will know that the only thing better than a perfect piece of fruit is a fruit that tastes like several other perfect pieces of fruit, as well as numerous other things. Grapes with...  Detail
October 12 2010(GMT+08:00)
For a quiet and taxing hike through the hills, Laura Morgan got to grips with Fenghuangling With autumn cooling things off in the capital, now is the perfect time to get out of the metropolis and go...  Detail
October 11 2010(GMT+08:00)
China s civil aviation industry welcomed a boom during the seven-day national holiday that ended on Oct. 7 as 5.75 million trips were made by air during the time, up 24 percent year on year,...  Detail
October 09 2010(GMT+08:00)
The Wuhan-Guangzhou High-Speed Railway running through Hubei, Hunan and Guangdong provinces is among the world s fastest railways. Trains reach a speed of 350 km/h, shortening the travel time between...  Detail
October 08 2010(GMT+08:00)
Travel to Zhujiajian Island in neighboring Zhejiang province this month and get two experiences for the price of one: chilled-out Chinese beaches, and sand sculptures inspired by exhibits at the Expo...  Detail
September 29 2010(GMT+08:00)
If you are looking for a change of scenery during the upcoming National Day holiday but don t wish to stray too far from Beijing, follow your compass west out to the Ming Dynasty village of...  Detail
September 28 2010(GMT+08:00)
Living in an international travel hub, Hong Kong residents are spoilt when it comes to travel choices. Budget airlines and a mind-boggling number of destinations within a few hours flight mean there...  Detail
September 27 2010(GMT+08:00)
For visitors to Beijing looking to escape the high-rise havoc of the CBD, Wudaoying offers a quaint retreat. Once a strictly residential hutong area, Wudaoying was opened to businesses and...  Detail
September 26 2010(GMT+08:00)
From March to October, the climate is mild and humid. This is the best season to travel in Tibet. Tibet, the Roof of the World, for centuries the mysterious Buddhist holy place, is locked away in its...  Detail
September 25 2010(GMT+08:00)
Covering 16 hectares, it boasts a variety of seasonal flowers. Even in the coldest of winters, its evergreen bamboo groves hint at spring. With the sweet-smelling osmanthus in bloom at this time of...  Detail
September 21 2010(GMT+08:00)
Over 80 diplomats and their spouses from more than 60 countries gathered in Beijing for a Chengdu cuisine training and competition, with Kung Pao chicken as the main dish. In late September, more...  Detail
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