Beijing’s newest tourist attraction for those booking holidays to China is not an historical monument, but instead a death-defying glass bottomed viewing platform that’s sure to terrify!
You know all the famous attractions in China, such as the Terracotta Warriors and the Forbidden City… but what about its hidden treasures? The lesser-visited places?
With some of the world’s most popular and celebrated dishes, Chinese cuisine has put the country on the map.
Is there anything more recognisable and symbolic than the giant panda?
There’s no better time to visit Hong Kong than right now.
The Wudalianchi nature reserve in China’s Heilongjiang Province has won a UNESCO conservation award.
In a master plan of mass urbanisation, China’s ghost towns are a wonderment of cold architecture and bizarre loneliness.
China’s National Museum has claimed 2nd place on German Newspaper Die Welt’s “Top 20 Most Popular Museums Around The World” list.