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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 – Heading for Dunhuang, the Gem on Silk Road

    My Silk Road tour – Heading for Dunhuang, the Gem on Silk Road

    Dunhuang, one of the most brilliant cultural cities on Silk Road, it is famous in the world for its Mogao Mogao Grottoes and desert, Dunhuang city is just surrounded by Gobi and desert, so Dunhuang is also known as the City of Sands or Shazhou (sandbank) due to its long expanses of sand dunes and golden shiny houses. More>>

    2020-03-19 | China travel Guide

  • My Silk Road tour – Highlights of Jiayuguan

    My Silk Road tour – Highlights of Jiayuguan

    Jiayuguan is the west end of the Great Wall of the Ming Dynasty, and the first mountain pass of the west Yellow River. Jiayuguan was built in the Ming Dynasty (1368 – 1644) . When first completed, there were only ramparts surrounding the barracks. After 168 years of enhancements, the pass assumed its present appearance. Due to its strategic geographical location and imposing architectures, Jiayuguan Fort is dubbed as the impregnable pass around the world, it is ranked by UNESCO. More>>

    2020-03-19 | China travel Guide

  • My Silk Road tour – Buddha & Danxia Zhangye

    My Silk Road tour – Buddha & Danxia Zhangye

    Situated in the center of Zhangye, the Giant Buddha Temple (Dafo Temple) really worths a visit. It was first built in 1098 (Western Xia Dynasty) and named after the statue worshiped inside. The temple is also known as “Wofo Temple” (Sleeping Buddha Temple). It’s an important historical site on the Silk Road and the landmark of Zhangye. There has a rare religious temple of Western Xia, the largest indoor sleeping buddha in Asia, rare buddhist scriptures, and thousands of collections of cultural relics. More>>

    2020-03-11 | China travel Guide

  • 6 Things to Consider Before Traveling to China

    6 Things to Consider Before Traveling to China

    China is the fourth-most visited country on earth. Approximately 57 million tourists visit the country per year, to explore its millenary culture and beautiful landscapes. If you want to make the most out of your trip to China, here are some things you should have in mind before starting the tour. More>>

    2020-01-13 | China travel Guide

  • 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

  • Some Scenic Spots in Beijing Temporarily Closed for the National Day Celebration

    Some Scenic Spots in Beijing Temporarily Closed for the National Day Celebration

    In this September and October, some scenic spots in Beijing are temporarily closed due to celebrating the 70th Anniversary of the Foundation of the People's Republic of China, and you’d better to know the news about the scenic spots before having a Beijing tour in these two months.More>>

    2019-09-12 | News