VOC's Travel BLOG

Our Travel Blog is the place to share our real life, travel experiences in China with you. Besides, we will provide information related to Chinese culture and China travel guide. "A bosom friend afar brings a distant land near." Traveling makes us to be closer, let's discover China together!

  • My Silk Road tour –on the way to Zhangye

    My Silk Road tour –on the way to Zhangye

    After finishing the sightseeing tour in Xiahe, we were driven back to Lanzhou, from where we would head for Zhangye. We boarded the bullet train from Lanzhou to Zhangye and started the 4.5-hour “sightseeing trip” on the train. More>>

    2019-12-05 | China travel Guide

  • My Silk Road tour –a memorable day in Xiahe

    My Silk Road tour –a memorable day in Xiahe

    Located in the Gannan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of Gansu Province, Xiahe is a typical Tibetan area. Here you can deeply feel the customs and religious culture of the Tibetans though the place doesn't belong to Tibet. Only when you come here in person can you better understand it. Xiahe isa place really worth visiting for every visitor.More>>

    2019-10-11 | China travel Guide

  • My Silk Road tour –a visit of the Bingling Temple Caves

    My Silk Road tour –a visit of the Bingling Temple Caves

    Founded in the Western Qin Dynasty, Bingling Temple Caves had been expanded over the ages and it has a history of more than 1,600 years. As a site of the “Silk Road: Chang'an-Tianshan Corridor Road Network”, it was successfully inscribed on the World Heritage List at the UNESCO World Heritage Committee’s 38th session held in Doha, Qatar on June 22, 2014. More>>

    2019-09-26 | China travel Guide

  • My Silk Road tour –first day in Lanzhou

    My Silk Road tour –first day in Lanzhou

    This May I had a Silk Road tour with our honored customers from abroad. The over twenty days’ tour is such a great experience, left so many unforgettable memories. We chose Lanzhou as our starting point this time since we visited Xi’an before. More>>

    2019-09-05 | China travel Guide

  • Charlie's China Tour—last day in Shanghai and farewell to China

    Charlie's China Tour—last day in Shanghai and farewell to China

    The people of China are the BIG reason why China is my very favorite travel destination of the 73 countries that I have visited. I've enjoyed traveling to each of these countries to be sure but there always has to be a number one. I look forward to another return visit to China. More>>

    2019-07-22 | China travel Guide

  • Charlie's China Tour—One Day Suzhou Tour from Shanghai

    Charlie's China Tour—One Day Suzhou Tour from Shanghai

    Suzhou is the 'City of Gardens'. We will be visiting the 'Humble Administrator's Garden", the largest privately owned garden in China. The gardens didn't disappoint. Following lunch we visited 'The Number 1 Silk Factory'. Following this visit we're off to the beautiful 'Pan Gate'. Then we are off to the 'Tiger Hill Scenic Area', the most famous site in Suzhou. The site features the Tiger Hill Pagoda or the 'The Leaning Tower of China'. This tower was built long before the Leaning Tower of Pisa. This area is also beautiful, peaceful, and inspirational. More>>

    2019-07-19 | China travel Guide

  • Charlie's China Tour—A Rainy Day in Shanghai

    Charlie's China Tour—A Rainy Day in Shanghai

    Jay and I boarded the train at Huangshan the previous evening and we were on our way to Shanghai. Shanghai is a very large city with 24 million inhabitants. Nowadays the international metropolis of the city is an influential economic power in the world and undoubtedly an economic, financial, trade, cultural, science and technology center of China.More>>

    2019-07-18 | China travel Guide

  • Charlie's China Tour—Hongcun and Xidi tours in Huangshan

    Charlie's China Tour—Hongcun and Xidi tours in Huangshan

    We have arrived at Hongcun Village, an ancient village, over 800 years old and close to Mount Huangshan. It is known as 'The Chinese town in the pictures". Such a peaceful and beautiful old town. We also visited Xidi Village with its narrow streets, ancient homes with their fascinating furnishings, and antiques. More>>

    2019-07-04 | China travel Guide