The Great Wall China is one of the greatest testaments to man's ingenuity on earth. Great Wall sections cover Badaling, Mutianyu, Simatai, jinshanling and more with breathtaking and the facts was created with primitive tools makes it all the more impressive.
The Temple of Heaven, located near Forbidden City and Summer Palace in Beijing where Chinese Emperors would pray to heaven for good harvests for the country. The temple complex architecture is truly stunning and are known throughout the world.
The Forbidden City was political and ceremonial center of China and home to China's Emperors for more than 500 years. Built in 1406, the palace was built and rebuilt through the Ming (1638-1611) and Qing (1644-1911) Dynasties.
The Summer Palace (Yiheyuan Garden) is the largest extant traditional Chinese garden built as the summer playground for China emperors and grew to encompass a huge area filled with gardens, temples, palaces, and even a private imperial shopping center.
The Ming tombs are a collection of imperial mausoleums built by the Chinese Ming dynasty emperors. The first Ming emperor's tomb is is located near his capital Nanjing. However, the majority of the Ming tombs are located in a cluster near Beijing.
The labyrinthine maze of alleyways and lanes which make up Beijing Hutongs are an incredible glimpse into local Beijinger's lives. It is a great way to see how locals have lived Traditionall for centuries. A pedicab ride through Beijing's Hutongs is a fantastic experience ...
Known as China's No.1 Shopping Street, Nanjing Road is a 3.4 mile long, east-west, road located in Shanghai. It starts at The Bund in the east and ends at Yan'an West Street at the Jing'an Temple intersection in the west. It is one of Shanghai's most popular tourist stops.
Shanghai Jade Buddha Temple was built to keep two jade Buddha statues which had been brought from Burma by a monk named Huigen in 1882. The temple's architecture is a work of art in itself make it as a peaceful oasis in the bustling metropolis of Shanghai.
Xintiandi is comprised of traditional Shanghai Shikumen houses and lanes and it is this which give the area its charm. The name "Shikumen" means stone wrapped doors. The houses were a blend of Chinese and Western architectural styles.