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TOP Winter Places to Travel in China for WInter 2020
Xishuangbanna Reason for recommendation The most popular panda manor in Supu's children, the second tropical rainforest tour destination
TripBlogOct 27, 2020 0 706
A Guide to Holidays in China 2020-2021
A short guide with history and information on major Chinese holidays during 2020-2021.
TripBlogSep 8, 2020 2 4,269
Looking for that perfect weekend getaway? Shanghai Edition!
Even though there are countless ways to spend a weekend in Shanghai, sometimes we all need a change of scenery, right?
E39***95Aug 28, 2020 4 2,228
Disney Reopen 2020: Walt Disney World Resort Reopen on July 11
Walt Disney World Resort theme park in coming back on July 11!
TripBlogJul 8, 2020 8 1,409
Flights Cancellation & Airline Policies Amid the Ongoing Outbreak of COVID-19 (Update 06.22)
As COVID-19 continues to spread widely and impact additional regions, airlines face mounting challenges to their service schedules. Government-issued travel restrictions and significant drops in passenger numbers have led in some instances to large scale flight cancelations. In our ongoing efforts here at Trip.com to provide travelers with information on the impact COVID-19 is having on global travel markets, we have put together this summary of how the world’s major airlines are coping.
TripBlogJun 22, 2020 9 42,322
PVG Airports Quarantine: Information regarding the Novel Coronavirus in Shanghai
How long does it take to clear through customs at PVG during Coronavirus Situation? The whole process takes possibly about five hours or longer. Situation in China was quite severe in Jan and Feb, and getting better in March. Cases are continuing to rise outside of China as more countries identify infected persons within their borders. Shanghai has zero cases in 14 consecutive days and inbound travelers will be applied to quarantine measures.
TripBlogMar 27, 2020 2 16,747
Everything Travelers Need to Know About Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19)
In late December, 2019, reports emerged about a novel coronavirus circulating in Wuhan, China. Since that time, travelers have been shocked by the speed and extent of the outbreak. As the situation on the ground develops rapidly, we have put together this short explainer covering the current scientific consensus regarding the virus (known officially as 2019-nCoV), efforts to combat the outbreak, and things travellers can do to keep themselves safe.
TripBlogMar 24, 2020 45 8,609
10 Incredible Natural Landscapes to Explore in 2020
These are 10 incredible natural landscapes to explore in 2020. We’re heading into the mountains, under the sea, near to volcanoes, and to the edge of waterfalls in this fun travel guide. Buckle up as we take you to some exciting travel destinations.
TripBlogMar 4, 2020 0 1,761
Architectural Landmarks: 10 Amazing Buildings Around the World
Designing, planning, and building the structures we inhabit is the job of architects the world over. Marrying form and function, they seek to balance complex and often contradictory imperatives. Styles range the gamut from subdued to ostentatious. In seeking to highlight amazing architectural treasures from around the world, we looked far and wide to showcase a diverse range. Spanning nearly every continent, these represent among the finest buildings and landmarks on offer. These are 10 amazing architectural landmarks from around the world.
TripBlogMar 2, 2020 0 5,116
An Insider’s Travel Guide to China: Xi’an, Guilin and Yangshuo, Zhangjiajie and More
China is an enormous country. The world’s most populous nation is a case study in contradiction. Gleaming skyscrapers dot the Shanghai skyline while the garrison at Jiayuguan has guarded the country’s western approaches since the Ming Dynasty. Time seems frozen in Shangri-La, deep in remote Yunnan Province. Beijing’s modern architecture rises above centuries old, densely-packed hutongs. Everywhere you go you find a country constantly moving towards the future yet never managing to escape its past. In this short guide, we provide our recommendations to those places that captured our imagination. Places that stuck in our heart and minds long after we left. This is our insider’s travel guide to contemporary China.
TripBlogJan 20, 2020 1 1,377
10 Things to Know Before You Visit Cashless China 2020
First-time visitors to China can quickly find themselves overwhelmed. Aside from overcoming the language barrier, Western visitors to the Middle Kingdom face myriad challenges. In this short guide, we aim to dispel some rumors least they fester into fact. Armed with these tips and tricks, you’ll soon feel right at home in a nation that’s reshaping the world. Here is our list of 10 things to know before you visit China.
TripBlogJan 19, 2020 2 2,198
Beijing Capital International Airport: PEK Airport Practical Guide 2020
Beijing Capital International Airport (BCIA) is the city’s primary hub for international and domestic flights. Located approximately 32 km northeast from the city center, international travelers flying to/from Beijing can expect to pass through BCIA. As the new Daxing International Airport fully comes on line, some international flights will shift there.
TripBlogJan 16, 2020 0 2,456
Gourmet Introduction to Longtou Road. Not One of Them Can be Missed!
Longtou Road is the most prosperous central street on Gulangyu Island and is also its food center. You can enjoy the fruit and barbecue sold on the street, or the muffins and coffee sold inside cafes.
TripBlogDec 27, 2019 0 761
Eat Vegetarian Food, Watch the Shelling Performance, Listen to Nan-in, And Discover the Cultural Heritages of Xiamen
Eat vegetarian food, watch the shelling performance, listen to Nan-in, and discover the cultural heritages of Xiamen
TripBlogDec 25, 2019 0 544
[Xi’an Delicacies] Enter the World of Foodies and Make a List of Xi’an’s Popular Delicacies!
[Xi’an delicacies] Enter the world of foodies and make a list of Xi’an’s popular delicacies!
TripBlogDec 24, 2019 0 683
The Eight Most Beautiful Offshore Islands in Hong Kong, The First Choice for Short Tours
There are many offshore islands in Hong Kong which are far away from the noisy downtown area. On these islands, people can relax, breathe fresh air, experience authentic fishing village customs, and participate in various water sports. It is the first choice for locals to spend their weekends.
TripBlogDec 24, 2019 1 4,668
Recommended 10 Best Restaurants in Hong Kong
Hong Kong is a famous food holy land. There are various kinds of Cantonese food. In addition to classic Cantonese food, there is Hong Kong morning tea, porridge, noodles, rice, seafood and other snacks. Here we recommend 10 most popular Hong Kong style restaurants. Don't Miss Hong Kong!
TripBlogDec 20, 2019 0 481
Top 10 Hotels in Yinchuan
Top 10 Hotels in Yinchuan
TripBlogDec 20, 2019 0 340
Visit These Hotels in Hong Kong and Mingle With the Stars
Visit These Hotels in Hong Kong and Mingle With the Stars
TripBlogDec 20, 2019 0 615
A Tour of Ningbo—The Rainbow Bridge, Hangzhou Bay Lookout Tower and Beautiful Cixi
A Tour of Ningbo—The Rainbow Bridge, Hangzhou Bay Lookout Tower and Beautiful Cixi
TripBlogDec 20, 2019 0 915
Enjoy the Entire World of Culinary Delights in an Immigrant City. A Guide to the Must Try Specialties Available in Shenzhen
Shenzhen is a typical immigrant city, so you can try the main dishes from every part of China here in addition to Cantonese cuisine, the local mainstay. Thai food, Vietnamese food, other Southeast Asian cuisines, as well as Japanese, Korean cuisine and Western food, are also available all over the city, which demonstrates the multiculturalism of Shenzhen. Shenzhen is located by the sea, thus seafood is a must-try, especially fresh seafood such as oysters and abalone. Also, Guangdong style morning tea, roast meat, and double-boiled soup are worth a try.
TripBlogDec 19, 2019 0 621
2020 Travel Goals: 10 Places You Must Visit In Shanghai
Shanghai is the biggest city in China and is considered to be a hub of global finances. It is located on the central coast of the country. The city is undoubtedly an international metropolis as it has been drawing increased attention from all over the world in recent years, and is growing at a rapid pace. Shanghai is situated be the River Yangtze and is a trendy destination for tourists who want to soak in the vibe of modern China. Shanghai is said to be highly influential economically and financially, as it serves as a hub for international trade & culture in Southeast Asia.
TripBlogDec 12, 2019 0 5,617
Visit These 8 Places to Play around Mount Sanqing and Wuyuan
Mount Sanqing, which is next to Wuyuan in the North, has not only the "grandeur, danger, steepness, beauty and seclusion" of the five famous mountains in China, but also the "oddity" of Mount Huangshan. It is reputed as the most "immortal mountain on earth". Mount Sanqing is not only beautiful, but also a Taoist ancestral court with a long history. Each famous peak here is closely related to Taoist legends.
TripBlogNov 21, 2019 0 1,073
An Overview of Dali's Hidden Niche Attractions, Bringing You to Explore Nature's Secrets
An overview of Dali's hidden niche attractions, bringing you to explore nature's secrets
TripBlogNov 21, 2019 0 593
It’s Just About Hairy Crabs?Welcome to Yangcheng Lake — Suzhou's Top Holiday Destination All Year Round
Yangcheng Lake is famed for its hairy crab season every autumn. The two best locations for feasting are located north at Lotus Island and eastwards in Bacheng Town, Kunshan City.But in the months leading up to the hairy crab season, Yangcheng Lake continues to delight with its wondrous lake views, green fields and delectable seafood. In short, there are definitely things to see and do, anytime you make your way here.
TripBlogNov 21, 2019 0 730
Top Recommendations for Autumn Holidays
Shangri-La | The Land Closest to the Heavens | Not to be Missed: Autumn in Pudacuo Shangri-La: the Lost Horizon. Picture vast emerald fields, sparkling lakes and colorful Tibetan prayer flags dancing with the wind. The devout on their knees, kissing the sacred ground, mountains and waters - such a sight has hardly changed in the millions of years that have passed.And those clouds hanging by the mountains peaks? They look like they can be blown away with just the gentlest breath of air. Recommended route: There are many holiday routes one can embark on throughout Yunnan. The Shangri-La trail tops them all.This is the site where three famous rivers of China run parallel to each other — Yangtze, Lancang and Nujiang rivers.You'll need at least a week to thoroughly soak up the magnificent views.
TripBlogNov 21, 2019 0 488
10 Must-Try Snacks in Macau For Doses of Happiness
It's easy to bump into a snack stall of cult appeal anywhere in Macau. No matter whether the snack in question is a freshly baked egg tart or jook-sing noodles bursting with heavenly scents, they are all bound to brighten up your day.Below you'll find the top 10 must-try snacks when visiting Macau!
TripBlogNov 21, 2019 0 2,244
Travel Places List in November
Chiang Mai The Rose of Northern Thai Don’t miss: The annual Skylight Festival celebrates Thailand's Water Lantern Festival every November, and the best travel place to participate in this traditional festival is Chiang Mai. During the Water Lantern Festival, Chiang Mai will hold grand skylight activities, like flying lit skylights up into the sky, which are very spectacular. Leisure itinerary for travel If you want to visit Chiang Mai in a leisurely manner, it takes at least 4 or 5 days. You can spend 2 days in exploring the historic sites of Chiang Mai Moat and another two days in going out of the Chiang Mai Moat for a day trip.
TripBlogNov 18, 2019 0 420
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