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5 Castles in Asia for Honeymoon Travels

The memories from your honeymoon can last a lifetime after the holiday has passed, so it’s important that the right destination is selected. Traveling to far-off enchanting lands and visiting majestic castles and palaces provide the perfect backdrop to a developing companionship and blossoming love. Their beauty, rich stories and grandeur can be inspirational in
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City Guide to Hangzhou’s Famous Beauties

Traveling to Hangzhou Hangzhou is widely considered one of the two most beautiful cities in China. Written into song and poetry as such, it’s little surprise that Hangzhou as a city, strives to maintain its beauty in order to uphold its reputation. There are two main ways to get to Hangzhou: by bus and by
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How to Cover Shanghai in 24 hours

Thinking of going to Shanghai? Well nearly everyone that visits China‘s pretty quick to scramble and check out Shanghai, but because there is so much to do, the unfamiliar travelers will have a hard time making the best of their stay in Shanghai. Seeing Shanghai’s Famous Downtown The best places to stay, as far as
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Reed Flute Caves of Guilin – Hidden Finds in China

Finding the Mystical Caves Guilin is a gateway to a great range of spectacular attractions. Widely known for its lush landscapes, traditional architecture, and numerous nature related sites, Guilin is among the most popular travel destinations in the south of China. One of the surprisingly beautiful and unexpectedly interesting sites in Guilin is the Reed
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Guilin Li River by Land Air and Sea, China

Getting to Guilin Most tourists find Guilin to be a popular stopover during their tour of China. Depending on whereabouts in China you are coming from, you have the option of either flying, taking a train, bus, taxi, or boat, to get to Guilin. If you are far away, and by this I mean more
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Unravelling the Secrets of Mystical Jiuzhaigou Valley, China

China’s Best Kept Secret Jiuzhaigou Valley, (九寨溝 pinyin: Jiǔzhàigōu) is a stunning nature preserve located in the southwestern province of Sichuan China. Literally “Valley of Nine Villages”, Jiuzhaigou is known for its remarkably clear and Caribbean colored waters, and indigenous Tibetan tribes. As grand and impressive as the USA’s Yellowstone National Park, Jiuzhaigou is one
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Beijing’s Most Exclusive Night Spots

Beijing 2012 – A Thriving Hub 2012 is the Year of the Dragon in China. Why are we featuring Beijing’s hottest nightclubs? Well, going by the strong economic activity and the financial boom in the country it seem to be quite fitting too as the dragon is the most powerful sign of the Chinese zodiac.
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