In recent years, China's summer has been getting much hotter, especially in the east and south of China. There are still some top places to go in July in China to appreciate natural landscapes and attend some great ethnic festivals, without it being too hot.
Dragon Boat Festival, also known as Duanwu Festival, is a traditional and important celebration in China.
China is a vast country with many mountains. Some are scenic and magnificent, while some are related to religion and culture. China Highlights has listed the following most famous mountains in China, including four Buddhist mountains.
Besides some famous rivers, lakes, and mountains, China also has a large number of beautiful waterfalls . These waterfalls attract thousands of visitors every year. China Highlights has listed five beautiful waterfalls in China.
June is the best time to visit areas famous for flowers. The summer sunshine makes natural scenery even more stunning. The best China destinations to visit in June are: 1) Hangzhou, 2) Yunnan 3) Xinjiang, 4) Guilin, 5) Chengdu, and 6) the Yellow Mountains.
The Dragon Boat Festival once had many interesting customs. Most are no longer commonly observed, although many are still practiced in rural areas.
The strangely-shaped rocks are one of the Four Wonders of the Yellow Mountains (along with oddly-shaped pines, the seas of cloud, and hot springs).
This isn’t just a “really great place that only cool people in Chengdu know about". Mike's still has the fresh young feel of a reckless Westerner starting a pizza place and hopefully stays that way. His main emphasis is on delivery so please take a look at the menu online first and know where you are. You’ll find the best pizzas and sandwiches in Chengdu here at reasonable prices.
In recent years, more and more photography-lovers have gravitated to the Yuanyang Hani Terraces for the wonderful scenery. They want to get great pictures, but they cannot take pictures all year round. Here are some tips for taking photographs at Yuanyang Terraces.
As an Australian living in Guilin for the last 15 years, and working in the travel industry, I have done the Li River Cruise many times. Because it is one of the 'must-do' activities on any visit to Guilin, I have escorted many people over the years, to the point that the cruise if now a bit of a chore rather than something to look forward to.