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Unique points of interest in China

Stone Houses in Yangjiang

From the series “The Most Radioactive Zones on the Planet”
Yangjiang is the high-radiation area in China. Its main feature is a huge number of houses built of sand and clay brick. These building materials act as a source of a high background radiation. The fact is that the extraction of sand and clay for making bricks was carried out in one of the local mountain regions, which is rich in the rare rock element - monazite.

This element has the ability to break down into a series of radioactive elements including radon, radium, and actinium. This feature of the building material was found very late, after it has irreparably harmed the health of thousands of people. A number of cancer patients in the region exceeds the average for the country and the world.

Yangjiang City has rich history. Today, it is known for its industrial plants that produce … Read all

Orient Pearl Tower

From the series “Breathtaking High-Altitude Observation Points with Panoramic Views on Cities”
Oriental Pearl TV Tower is situated in Shanghai. It is one of the highest in the world and the third highest in Asia; its height is 468 meters. Not surprisingly, this tower is one of the city's most popular viewing points. Moreover, there are many more interesting places to have rest. The tower has a revolving restaurant with a hall located at an altitude of 267 meters. A dance floor and a great karaoke bar are situated a floor above.

The observation deck is set around the central areas. It has a glass floor that increases the thrill created and allows you to enjoy the facilities under your feet. A glass elevator brings visitors to the deck; that promises to be an unforgettable event. The observation deck is open every day from 8 am to 9:30 pm.

Despite the fact that both tourists and … Read all
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IHG Brings Its voco Brand to Scotland

As hotels in Scotland might open in April or May, the opening of two new hotels is a signal that life is slowly going back to normal and leisure travel will resume closer to summer. The name of the brand – voco – means “invite” or “call together” in Latin. The Glasgow hotel will be the first property by this brand in Scotland. The voco Grand Central Glasgow is a rebranded property open instead of the existing Grand Central Hotel. IHG reimagined the popular place, retaining its original charm. The new Glasgow hotel now features 230 rooms, meeting and event spaces, and an interesting option – a possibility to contact resident experts known as voco hosts who are ready to explore the most interesting parts of the city together with guests. voco Grand Central is a perfectly suitable choice for both leisure and business travelers. Read this

18.04.2021

Interactive maps of hiking and biking routes in China

1. You can zoom in/out using your mouse wheel, as well as move the map of China with your mouse.
2. This interactive map presents two modes: 'Biking Routes' and 'Hiking Routes'. Use the '+' button on the map to switch between them.

Railway and landscape maps of China

This China map has two modes: 'Railway Network' and 'Landscape & Rural Map'. Use the '+' button on the map to navigate.

Maps of cities and regions of China

Nanjing
In China, travelers can visit a city with a rich history and heritage – Nanjing. For a long time, Nanjing was the capital of this country. Nowadays, it is the capital of the Jiangsu province. Tourists visit this amazing city to see its numerous landmarks and get themselves familiar with the history and culture of Nanjing. It is particularly important to mention the thirty-three-kilometer-long wall that protected the city. Known as the City Wall of Nanjing, this wall is among the largest city … Read more
Guilin
The Chinese city of Guilin is famous as the first place where tourism became the main source of income. For many decades, the gorgeous landscapes of this picturesque area have been called “the best in Greater China”. Chinese politicians have always liked this settlement and chosen it when they needed a suitable area for meeting foreign delegations. In short, Guilin has become a so-called “calling card” of the country, and Chinese authorities have always tried to show this beautiful place … Read more
Harbin
When planning a vacation in Harbin, don’t even expect to see traditional Chinese pagodas or the emperor’s palaces. You will not find even numerous Buddhist temples that are so typical for other Chinese cities. You will visit the capital of Heilongjiang, the northernmost province of China. The Great Wall separates this region from the real Chinese life. At some time in the past, Harbin was under Russian influence. That is why it is possible to see many buildings and architectural landmarks … Read more
Shanghai
Shanghai is an excellent place for shopaholics. Travelers will easily purchase a ton of exclusive items in this gorgeous place. As a rule, tourists like buying Chinese tea, some sorts of which are more expensive than gold. Local tea is famous for its strong taste. In the city, there are many specialty stores that sell tea and various accessories for brewing it. Besides that, Shanghai has been famous for its quality silk for several centuries. Local craftsmen use it to make wonderful clothes. … Read more
Beijing
Tiananmen Square was built in 1652. During the reign of Mao the square was often used to host various performances. However, the square became really famous in Europe after the student unrest of 1989, which was cruelly settled by the government. Tiananmen Square is located in the centre of Beijing. If you cross the street in the direction of the Forbidden City, you will see the gates of the square. This is where visitors will find the marvellous image of Manchuria. Unfortunately, just a little … Read more
Lhasa
Lhasa is the capital of the Tibet Autonomous Region. Besides its official name, Lhasa is often referred to as the “roof of the world” or “the place of gods”. This city was not available for tourists for many years. Lhasa opened its doors for foreign guests only twenty years ago. Hundreds of pilgrims from all regions of China visit Lhasa in order to pray in the sacred place of this settlement – the Jokhang Temple. When taking a stroll in the city’s streets, it is not rare to see monks … Read more
Guangzhou
The large territory of the city is divided into ten districts, and all of them are appealing to tourists and very interesting to explore. Yuexiu and Liwan are the most popular and crowded tourist districts of Guangzhou. They are rich in cultural landmarks and historical sights. It is a great place to admire gorgeous temples, relax in magnificent landscaped gardens, and take pictures of symbolic monuments. In order to enjoy some shopping, head to the district of Tianhe. It is a large area … Read more
Macau
Macau is a fabulous city on the coast of the South China Sea. Currently, this is one of the most popular destinations internationally. An interesting fact about Macau – this city has the highest concentration of gambling houses in the world. Besides eye-catching casinos, this city is famous for its old temples and fortresses that are situated in the old part of the city. Tourists often informally call Macau “Chinese Portugal”. This name is not random because the region was a Portuguese … Read more
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