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Changbaishan Mountain & The Elusive Heavenly Lake Changbaishan is an incredible mountain range and nature reserve in Jilin Province on the border of North Korea and China. The highlight of Changbaishan is Heavenly Lake, a beautiful lake formed in a volcanic crater at the top of the mountain. For stunning photos and details of Changbaishan,
Hangzhou is an ancient city near the east coast of China just south of Shanghai and is one of the most beautiful cities in China. With so much natural beauty and so many incredible attractions, Hangzhou is one of China’s must see cities just second to Beijing. If you think adding a trip to Hangzhou
With an excellent location in Beijing’s hutongs , a comfortable common area, good facilities and a constant stream of friendly travellers, this is my favourite hostel west of the Forbidden City. Location The hostel is just under 4 kilometers to the west of the Forbidden City and located in the heart of one of Beijing’s
The first thing I have to tell you about Hangzhou is that if you are in China to travel, you have to go there. No ifs, buts and maybes, just GO! Hangzhou, together with Suzhou, is described as heaven on earth. A well deserved description for one of the most charming and lovely cities I’ve
Of all the travel spots commonly listed in Hangzhou, the Solitary Hill is the only one actually on the lake itself. Unlike the other travel spots, you do not need to buy a ticket to see Solitary Hill, there are no opening times and you can include it in your walk around West Lake. The
With a history stretching back over 2000 years and incredible charm, beauty and serenity, the West Lake is the most famous attraction in Hangzhou and the most popular lake in China. Su Shi, a famous poet from the Song Dynasty (960-1127) compared the West Lake to Lady Xizi, the most beautiful and alluring woman in
Travel to Paradise in China- Hangzhou With spectacular natural beauty and a cultural heritage dating back over a thousand years, Hangzhou is one of China’s most attractive cities for travel. The Chinese say that in heaven there is paradise, while on earth there is Suzhou and Hangzhou. One of China’s earliest travel addicts, Marco Polo,