Has anyone been to this bridge? I was there a few years back and after going through the tunnel and over the bridge and out the other side, you reach a plateau you can stand/sit on and have a break. If you look out over the way in THAT direction (can't recall which way it was, just new it was directly opposite from the bridge) you can see a rock formation in the shape of either a Canadian Inukshuk or a Chinese Gate. Does anyone have any info on what this is or who built it or when? It was there in 2009, my first trip, and I think it's still there, according to some shots I've seen on the web.
We are two traveling to Beijing and we plan to go to the great wall (Mutianyu section or jinshanling). We want to hire a private car for the day to leave early and avoid the crowd.
We can go either on the 19th dec or 20th dec.
We are looking for anyone who wants to join us to share the costs. If you are interested do not hesitate to contact me.
The cost is around 600 rmb for the day.
My parents decide to sell the house in Guangdong China and ask me to help them move the antique furniture left by my great grandmother to the US. The furniture is more for sentimental value. I asked container companies to help but they said the chinese customs won't allow this due to the fact that they are antiques. I was told that antique dealers in China who exports to the US will be able to help. How can I find a dependable antique dealer?
For university I am allowed to go on a short trip to Beijing from the 6th to the 14th of December. Are there any interesting educational experiences I could have? I am open to anything realy.
There is one limit though. I am only allowed to go in order to visit a one-time opportunity. For example a museum is not allowed, but a speech is.
It could be about anything. IT would be preferable, but social issues or science would be great too.
Does anybody know whether there is an upcoming event I should visit? I would greatly appreciate your help!
in last april i was in yiwu so i goes to a big hotel where there is sauna and massage i remember the front of the hotel is all lighting and the sauna bath in the 1st floor, the rest area is on the 2nd floor where there is billard restaurant table tennis and other, in the 4th floor there is the massage area, also i remember that full body massage is for 300 RMB with free sauna....i ask if someone know the name of this hotel....i wait for your answers
which Bus Numbers do i take from Jiashan to Xitang Water Village?,& from which Bus station in Jiashan?,if there is more than one Bus station.?
Also from Shanghai if going to Jiashan,by Train.Which is the best Shanghai Train station to depart from?,which gets me into the main Train Station in Jiashan?
I believe ,if i go from certain Shanghai Train stations they arrive at Jiashan South?,which is more of a problem getting a Bus from to Xitang Water Village?.So which is the best Shanghai Train Station Departure point,which takes me to
Jiashan(Main Train Station),for easy Bus access to Xitang?.
Does anyone know the Train number on a suitable mid morning Train journey from the best Shanghai Train
departure Station,which gets me into Jiashan(Main Train Station)?
Thanks for all advice offered
Hello there, this is our 1st time in Zhuhai and hope to take a bus from there to Jinan University in Guangdong. We would like to know:-
1) Which bus/coach station to board the bus to Jinan university ?
2) The Bus Nu., if any?
3) What are the times of travel and intervals ?
4) What is the fare for the journey ?
Thanks so much for your early response.
Are visits to stores and factories mandatory on every tourist trip to China? I have been told that all group tours and even privately guided tours throughout China must stop at various shops and factories. Is this true? Can it be avoided?
We plan to arrive by train at 8am and fly out at 6pm. Is there luggage storage at the railway station? Would it be better to get a day room at a hotel near the station ( suggestions ) and then explore the downtown area on foot. Are there opportunities to hire English speaking taxis for a short drive? Need some ideas!! Thanks
I had thought of stopping off a Xian; and then Xining (buying tickets separately for these 2 legs of the trip up to Lhasa). But I hear that Xining may just be a smaller version of what is already up in Tibet... or is Xining worth a visit?
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