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Zhou zhuang water village
Based on China’s old arrangement of channels, water towns have very nearly a thousand years of history. With structures, roads and waterways unaltered for quite a long time, China’s water towns are lovely to see and an intriguing mirror into China’s past. Encompassed by system of laneways and waterways, Zhouzhuang close Suzhou is China’s most prominent and beguiling water town. Zhouzhuang is an absolute necessity see travel goal for anybody making a trip to Suzhou. History  Zhouzhuang was first settled amid the Spring and Autumn period (771BCE to 403BCE) when it was called Yaocheng and a piece of the Wu Kingdom. Yaocheng was later called Zhouzhuang after the Qianfu Temple was built up in 1086. Zhouzhuang has more than 900 years of history in its present frame and its key area on the antiquated channel framework empowered it to create as a focal point of exchange and circulation for products, for example, silk, sustenance and expressions and specialties. Various extremely rich exchanging houses were built up and developed to thriving in Zhouzhuang. Attractions  The piece of Zhouzhuang with waterways, extensions and old recorded locales is known as the old town which is toward the south of Zhouzhuang city and available […]

Zhouzhuang water town

Based on China’s old arrangement of channels, water towns have very nearly a thousand years of history. With structures, roads and waterways unaltered for quite a long time, China’s water towns are lovely to see and an intriguing mirror into China’s past. Encompassed by system of laneways and waterways, Zhouzhuang close Suzhou is China’s most prominent and beguiling water town. Zhouzhuang is an absolute necessity see travel goal for anybody making a trip to Suzhou. History  Zhouzhuang was first settled amid the Spring and Autumn period (771BCE to 403BCE) when it was called Yaocheng and a piece of the Wu Kingdom. Yaocheng was later called Zhouzhuang after the Qianfu Temple was built up in 1086. Zhouzhuang has more than 900 years of history in its present frame and its key area on the antiquated channel framework empowered it to create as a focal point of exchange and circulation for products, for example, silk, sustenance and expressions and specialties. Various extremely rich exchanging houses were built up and developed to thriving in Zhouzhuang. Attractions  The piece of Zhouzhuang with waterways, extensions and old recorded locales is known as the old town which is toward the south of Zhouzhuang city and available […]

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shanghai tower
3 Interesting Facts That Make The Shanghai Tower A Tourists Dream The Shanghai Tower is one of the most visited buildings in China. This tourist hotspot is a favorite location for many people around the world because it offers a spectacle like no other. The tower is officially the second tallest building in the world, at a height of over 600 meters. Since it was opened in 2015, it has seen a plethora of tourists from all around the world. This tower is unique because it has the highest observatory. Here are some other key interesting facts about this marvelous building. 1. The elevators are sensational Not only are the elevators in this building the fastest in the world, but they are also the furthest-traveling. The elevators cover the biggest distance of any elevators in a multi-story building. This makes accessing the uppermost floors and the observatory in under a minute. 2. The tower has a host of sustainable architectural elements Being the second-tallest building in the world definitely comes with its perks. For one, a lot of structural challenges have to be overcome in order to maintain the integrity of the building. This is why the tower has a […]

Shanghai tower

3 Interesting Facts That Make The Shanghai Tower A Tourists Dream The Shanghai Tower is one of the most visited buildings in China. This tourist hotspot is a favorite location for many people around the world because it offers a spectacle like no other. The tower is officially the second tallest building in the world, at a height of over 600 meters. Since it was opened in 2015, it has seen a plethora of tourists from all around the world. This tower is unique because it has the highest observatory. Here are some other key interesting facts about this marvelous building. 1. The elevators are sensational Not only are the elevators in this building the fastest in the world, but they are also the furthest-traveling. The elevators cover the biggest distance of any elevators in a multi-story building. This makes accessing the uppermost floors and the observatory in under a minute. 2. The tower has a host of sustainable architectural elements Being the second-tallest building in the world definitely comes with its perks. For one, a lot of structural challenges have to be overcome in order to maintain the integrity of the building. This is why the tower has a […]

RMB 160


Shanghai museum
Shanghai Museum a Unique Place to Visit Shanghai museum is one of the most popular museums in the whole world. It mainly holds ancient arts including ceramics, coin,Chinese bronzes, seals, currency among other ancient arts. The museum also holds articles and other small scale exhibits. It does not only exhibit arts from China, but those from other parts of the world too. There are different halls in the museum and here are some of the things you get to see in these halls.   Calligraphy hall In this hall, you will see works that date backmany years ago.Here you will experience some of the unique global treasures and the works are displayed following a chronological order. The hall brings in feelings of elegance especially with the automatic lighting that makes the art to shine only when viewing it.   Chinese painting hall This hall has a conventional architectural style that is combined with a Confucian elegance atmosphere. There are more than one hundred and twenty works exhibited in the space. Here you will find works that dates back from Tang dynasty to the contemporary ones.   Ming and Qing furniture hall In this hall, you will enjoy viewing Chinese furniture that […]

Shanghai Museum

Shanghai Museum a Unique Place to Visit Shanghai museum is one of the most popular museums in the whole world. It mainly holds ancient arts including ceramics, coin,Chinese bronzes, seals, currency among other ancient arts. The museum also holds articles and other small scale exhibits. It does not only exhibit arts from China, but those from other parts of the world too. There are different halls in the museum and here are some of the things you get to see in these halls.   Calligraphy hall In this hall, you will see works that date backmany years ago.Here you will experience some of the unique global treasures and the works are displayed following a chronological order. The hall brings in feelings of elegance especially with the automatic lighting that makes the art to shine only when viewing it.   Chinese painting hall This hall has a conventional architectural style that is combined with a Confucian elegance atmosphere. There are more than one hundred and twenty works exhibited in the space. Here you will find works that dates back from Tang dynasty to the contemporary ones.   Ming and Qing furniture hall In this hall, you will enjoy viewing Chinese furniture that […]

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The Bund Shanghai is a stretch of water front land along the west banks of the Huangpu River facing Pudong consisting of 52 buildings considered to be architectural masterpieces. It is a popular destination for tourists. There are numerous places around the world called ‘Bund’ such as the Yokohama Bund in Japan, but the Bund at Shanghai is uniquely different from these not only because of its architectural importance but also due to its historical significance. It offers a fascinating sightseeing experience that lets you also learn more about this culturally rich and diverse area. It was first the British who built their office buildings along this stretch and later it developed to house important consulates, exclusive restaurants and clubs, elegant Hotels and international Banks. In other words, it became the financial hub of China. During the 1940s, with the Cultural Revolution in China most of the old tenants left these buildings which were built in the likes of the colonizers, but in the late 1970s and 1980s, these buildings were again restored to their former use and now have returned to its former glory. Even though some of the older tenants never returned, it houses a few of the […]

The Bund Shanghai

The Bund Shanghai is a stretch of water front land along the west banks of the Huangpu River facing Pudong consisting of 52 buildings considered to be architectural masterpieces. It is a popular destination for tourists. There are numerous places around the world called ‘Bund’ such as the Yokohama Bund in Japan, but the Bund at Shanghai is uniquely different from these not only because of its architectural importance but also due to its historical significance. It offers a fascinating sightseeing experience that lets you also learn more about this culturally rich and diverse area. It was first the British who built their office buildings along this stretch and later it developed to house important consulates, exclusive restaurants and clubs, elegant Hotels and international Banks. In other words, it became the financial hub of China. During the 1940s, with the Cultural Revolution in China most of the old tenants left these buildings which were built in the likes of the colonizers, but in the late 1970s and 1980s, these buildings were again restored to their former use and now have returned to its former glory. Even though some of the older tenants never returned, it houses a few of the […]

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chenghuangmiao
  The Shanghai Cheng Huang Miao temple is one of those iconic scenes every visitor in Shanghai, China can never miss to pay a visit to. This temple is known to commemorate the uplifting of the ordinary old Shanghai to that which is accorded with a municipal status. The synonym for this awesome place is the Old City Gold Temple. Shanghai Chenghuanmiao as it’s normally referred to is one of the most visited places because of its past history together with it offering a one stop shopping center. There is no doubt that in China; most cities will never miss to have a certain temple that is directly connected to a particular god. The Shanghai Cheng Huang Miao temple isn’t an option as it represent the Gold Mountain or rather the Jinshan. This mountain is found in an island off the coast of the Shanghai region. Whenever people of the region in 1403 wanted to be blessed with peace and good fortune,they will visit the temple for prayers. It dint take long before this place was acknowledge by many because of the blessing behind the immortal gods found that and that’s why many businesses were established there. This is one […]

Shanghai Cheng Huang Miao temple

  The Shanghai Cheng Huang Miao temple is one of those iconic scenes every visitor in Shanghai, China can never miss to pay a visit to. This temple is known to commemorate the uplifting of the ordinary old Shanghai to that which is accorded with a municipal status. The synonym for this awesome place is the Old City Gold Temple. Shanghai Chenghuanmiao as it’s normally referred to is one of the most visited places because of its past history together with it offering a one stop shopping center. There is no doubt that in China; most cities will never miss to have a certain temple that is directly connected to a particular god. The Shanghai Cheng Huang Miao temple isn’t an option as it represent the Gold Mountain or rather the Jinshan. This mountain is found in an island off the coast of the Shanghai region. Whenever people of the region in 1403 wanted to be blessed with peace and good fortune,they will visit the temple for prayers. It dint take long before this place was acknowledge by many because of the blessing behind the immortal gods found that and that’s why many businesses were established there. This is one […]

RMB 10


Shanghai yuyuan garden
A Quick Glance at the Shanghai Yuyuan Garden A visit to Shanghai China cannot be complete without visiting the popular Shanghai Yuyuan garden. The historic garden was built over 400 years ago in the-Ming-Dynasty. It is one of the popular tourist attractions in Shanghai, especially the lovers of history and nature. Visitors to the garden enjoy its beautiful scenery, amazing layout and artistic architecture that you cannot find anywhere else. Some of the popular activities in the garden include exploration and photography. To top it all, the garden is not age restricted and you need at least 1-2 hours to sample what it has to offer. Things to See in the Yu Garden The key scenic areas that visitors see in the garden include the Inner Garden, Sansui Hall, Dainchum Hall, Huijing Hall, Wanhua Chamber and the Yuhua Hall. Visitors also see popular highlights-of-the-garden such as the Yuyuan Bazaar, gorgeous-sculptures-and- carvings, and as well as the traditional Chinese architecture. This includes the buildings and items that were used by the Pan family during the era of the Ming Dynasty. Actually, there is nothing as relaxing as exploring the zigzag bridges, rockeries, impressive pools, archways and pagodas in the Yu garden. […]

Shanghai yuyuan garden

A Quick Glance at the Shanghai Yuyuan Garden A visit to Shanghai China cannot be complete without visiting the popular Shanghai Yuyuan garden. The historic garden was built over 400 years ago in the-Ming-Dynasty. It is one of the popular tourist attractions in Shanghai, especially the lovers of history and nature. Visitors to the garden enjoy its beautiful scenery, amazing layout and artistic architecture that you cannot find anywhere else. Some of the popular activities in the garden include exploration and photography. To top it all, the garden is not age restricted and you need at least 1-2 hours to sample what it has to offer. Things to See in the Yu Garden The key scenic areas that visitors see in the garden include the Inner Garden, Sansui Hall, Dainchum Hall, Huijing Hall, Wanhua Chamber and the Yuhua Hall. Visitors also see popular highlights-of-the-garden such as the Yuyuan Bazaar, gorgeous-sculptures-and- carvings, and as well as the traditional Chinese architecture. This includes the buildings and items that were used by the Pan family during the era of the Ming Dynasty. Actually, there is nothing as relaxing as exploring the zigzag bridges, rockeries, impressive pools, archways and pagodas in the Yu garden. […]

RMB 30



yatai xinyang market
When traveling, one of the fondest experiences one can have is visiting the local markets to examine what they can to offer. From food and drinks to clothing to simple gadgets to remember the place by- there is something for everyone. The market, located underground near the Science & Technology Museum is bustling with activity. There is a friendly atmosphere to the place. With many vendors offering an extensive range of items such as those listed above, there is no shortage of gifts you can pick up for friends and family. Many of the vendors, however, will be very intent on selling you their items in very persuasive fashion. Be careful as many of the items can be cheap versions of products that are more expensive elsewhere in the world. Feel free to bargain with the local merchants, as they will often listen to give you a better deal as it will still benefit them. The market also offers photo ops for travelers wanting to get something featuring themselves to not only keep- but directly remember the trip with. There is even a section of the markets where you’re able to meet with tailors and designers to create a garment […]

Shanghai Yatai Xinyang market

When traveling, one of the fondest experiences one can have is visiting the local markets to examine what they can to offer. From food and drinks to clothing to simple gadgets to remember the place by- there is something for everyone. The market, located underground near the Science & Technology Museum is bustling with activity. There is a friendly atmosphere to the place. With many vendors offering an extensive range of items such as those listed above, there is no shortage of gifts you can pick up for friends and family. Many of the vendors, however, will be very intent on selling you their items in very persuasive fashion. Be careful as many of the items can be cheap versions of products that are more expensive elsewhere in the world. Feel free to bargain with the local merchants, as they will often listen to give you a better deal as it will still benefit them. The market also offers photo ops for travelers wanting to get something featuring themselves to not only keep- but directly remember the trip with. There is even a section of the markets where you’re able to meet with tailors and designers to create a garment […]

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xintiandi
Located right in the heart of Shanghai city lies Xintiandi. It has developed into a major tourist attraction because of its architectural beauty. The unique thing about this place is that all the buildings have the traditional walls and tiles which were used in ancient China. However, the interior is completely different and is reminiscent of the modern era. This place is the perfect mix of the past and the present. When you visit this place, you will get a feel of what China looked like during the 1920s and how it has changed over the years. The entire area is divided into two parts: North Block and the South Block. Spread over a vast area of around 25000 sq km, the South Block consists of mainly modern buildings with a slightly ancient touch. Inside the block, you will find plenty of entertainment options like cinemas and food courts. You can also do some shopping at the various ornament shops over there. In the North Block, you will find plenty of Shikumen buildings with modern interiors. Here, you will also find plenty of restaurants serving all kinds of cuisine like German, Italy or American. One thing for sure is that […]

Shanghai Xintiandi

Located right in the heart of Shanghai city lies Xintiandi. It has developed into a major tourist attraction because of its architectural beauty. The unique thing about this place is that all the buildings have the traditional walls and tiles which were used in ancient China. However, the interior is completely different and is reminiscent of the modern era. This place is the perfect mix of the past and the present. When you visit this place, you will get a feel of what China looked like during the 1920s and how it has changed over the years. The entire area is divided into two parts: North Block and the South Block. Spread over a vast area of around 25000 sq km, the South Block consists of mainly modern buildings with a slightly ancient touch. Inside the block, you will find plenty of entertainment options like cinemas and food courts. You can also do some shopping at the various ornament shops over there. In the North Block, you will find plenty of Shikumen buildings with modern interiors. Here, you will also find plenty of restaurants serving all kinds of cuisine like German, Italy or American. One thing for sure is that […]

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nanjing road
Whenever the history of Shanghai and China as a whole is written, Shanghai Nanjing Road take a whole page if not a chapter. The three and a half miles stretch, which was built in the mid-19th century at the heart of Shanghai, serves as China’s longest and busiest shopping street. It is estimated that more than a million people from all walks of life flock this road on a daily basis to shop in its post-modern malls enjoy local and international meals in the hundreds of food joints, or for sightseeing in the ten Shanghai Metro Line trains. The road also serves as a prime celebrations center for important holidays both in the Chinese and Christians’ calendar. Since 1945, the road has had two wings- East Nanjing Road and West Nanjing Road- both of which diverge from the People’s Square and run to The Bund on the East and Jing’an District on the west. The West Nanjing Road This is the section set aside for fashion-seeking shoppers, high-end offices, and restaurants. Among the notable fashion brands in this region include Calvin Klein, Gucci, Adidas, and Timberland among hundreds of others. It also serves as Shanghai’s historical hub, with the Shanghai […]

Shanghai Nanjing Road

Whenever the history of Shanghai and China as a whole is written, Shanghai Nanjing Road take a whole page if not a chapter. The three and a half miles stretch, which was built in the mid-19th century at the heart of Shanghai, serves as China’s longest and busiest shopping street. It is estimated that more than a million people from all walks of life flock this road on a daily basis to shop in its post-modern malls enjoy local and international meals in the hundreds of food joints, or for sightseeing in the ten Shanghai Metro Line trains. The road also serves as a prime celebrations center for important holidays both in the Chinese and Christians’ calendar. Since 1945, the road has had two wings- East Nanjing Road and West Nanjing Road- both of which diverge from the People’s Square and run to The Bund on the East and Jing’an District on the west. The West Nanjing Road This is the section set aside for fashion-seeking shoppers, high-end offices, and restaurants. Among the notable fashion brands in this region include Calvin Klein, Gucci, Adidas, and Timberland among hundreds of others. It also serves as Shanghai’s historical hub, with the Shanghai […]

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