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Chengdu, the capital city of China’s Sichuan province, is known for its spicy food, giant pandas, and bustling nightlife. But there’s more to this city than meets the eye. If you want to experience traditional Chinese culture, Chengdu is the perfect destination. In this blog post, we’ll show you how to immerse yourself in the rich cultural heritage of Chengdu. Visit the Jinli Ancient Street Jinli Ancient Street is a pedestrianized street… Read More

Open from 0:00am-11:59pm, Recommended sightseeing time:1-2 hours, Address: Pingxi District, New Taipei City, Taiwan 226 Located in the Pingxi area (平溪), Shifen Old Streets is a collection of lanes and alleys in and around the Shifen railway station area. Originally built for transporting coal during the Japanese era, the station, and track, runs straight through the village. With the marketplace surrounding the train station and the openness in which people can freely… Read More

There are many Asian countries to explore and enjoy. Choosing between them can be a big challenge. Many Asian countries share some similarities, yet they all have unique lifestyles, cultures, and identities. For an unforgettable Asian experience, Japan vs. China are two countries to visit. They both have a lot to offer, each one having its advantages. If you’re trying to choose between them, we’re here to help. This post will look… Read More

Let’s start by introducing ourselves because I’m not alone this time, and it’s something new. I wanted to do this collaboration for a long time, and let’s hope we will have plus one soon. Ajan.Rena: Thanks for having me here; I couldn’t resist this topic, although I’m not 100% a travel blogger. But I hope that some of my intel and ideas will help people considering the same question. Sudrabfox: You are welcome; it’s… Read More

An Ancient Chinese proverb says “To the ruler, the people are heaven; to the people, food is heaven.” This proverb clearly shows that food to the Chinese is like tea to the British. In China, dinner is a time of communication, sharing and discussion. During major festivals, food has always played an important role. During Spring Festival, dinner time brings the family together; during the Qingming festival, food is placed at the… Read More

Apart from Buddhist grottoes, mountains, and religious sites like the Leshan Giant Buddha, temples are an important part of China’s Buddhist heritage and culture. There are a lot of famous temples in China with magnificent layouts and traditional Chinese architecture. Many of them date back many centuries. Here are the top temples in China. Nanshan Temple, Sanya Nanshan Temple looks beautiful against the background of the sea and mountains, and it is… Read More

Zhujiajiao Water Town

Zhujiajiao Water Town is roughly 50 kilometers from Shanghai’s Bund.If you have a limited time, Zhujiajiao is the finest and second closest option for experiencing such historical villages nearby Shanghai. Similar to Venice in Italy, you can find several well-preserved bridges and boat rides. Top Activities in Zhujiajiao Water Town Zhujiajiao Zhujiajiao is a township in Shanghai’s Qingpu District. This ancient town is rich in rivers, 36 old bridges, and traditional Chinese-style… Read More

Whether you’ve just arrived or are a local, chances are you’ll discover new things about Hong Kong. One of the many things we loved was their delicious food! From the street hawker to fine dining, there is much to experience and explore when it comes to eating in this city. From local delicacies to international favorites, we have compiled a list of must-eat foods that will make you love this city even… Read More

The Dragon is the symbol of the Emperor in ancient China. Who has a title as a real dragon and son of Heaven. The Forbidden City is the imperial palace for the Emperor and the royal family in Beijing. This grand and unmatched palace complex uses enormous dragon motifs and ornaments to make it glamorous, splendid, and unique. It shows the Emperor’s noble statue, supreme authority, and pure majesty. From the number… Read More

Why are the roof tiles yellow in the Forbidden City? Yellow tiles were reserved for use on the roofs of royal palaces, mausoleums, imperial gardens, and temples. This, it is said, was because yellow is the color of the Yellow River, once believed to be the cradle of the Chinese civilization. The main colors of the Forbidden City are yellow and red. The walls, pillars, doors, and windows were mostly painted red…. Read More

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