Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Have You Ever Been To Jinshanling Great Wall

I loved the fact that Jinshanling was not filled with tourists. The hike to the wall and up the wall was great. The sights are breathtaking and you fell inner peace. There was a zipline down that was a great end of the adventure. Can't wait to go back.
First, our guide will pick you up from your hotel then transfer you to visit Mutianyu Great Wall. Hike for about 2-3 hours, enjoy the magnificent Great Wall as well as relaxing at the top of the Wall. After that, visit Ming Tombs, a large tomb complex where buried 13 Ming Dynasty emperors. Located surrounded by mountainous area, Ming Tombs offers relaxing and peaceful atmosphere. After lunch, drive you to Jinshanling Great Wall and stay overnight in Jinshanling Hotel.
On the second day, tour guide will guide you to start hike the east section of Jinshanling Great Wall to the west section of Simatai Great Wall. This section has popular for its hiking activities. The hiking path is relatively narrow, steep and offers its original features of Great Wall, with less renovation. The hike is about 12 km and takes about 4-5 hours traveling across 30 towers. You will have simple box lunch on the way. At about 04:00pm, you will get down from the Simatai section and stay overnight at a local inn Simatai Great Wall Courtyard Hotel.
OK Jinshanling Great Wall id a real good place for you .when you are in Beijing and want to have a meanful holiday,No matter plan a Great Wall Hiking or Jinshanling Great Wall tour ! Great Wall of china tours choose Jinshanling !

Sunday, September 1, 2013

Ok Let Me Have A Sketch About Xinning

Referred to as China's Summer Resort Capital, Xining, the capictal of Qinghai Province, is located on the eastern edge of Qinghai-Tibet Plateau and the upper reaches of Huangshui River. It is the political, economic, scientific and technological, cultural and traffic center of Qinghai Province. The activities of human beings in this region can be traced to 2,100 years ago. During the Western and Eastern Han Dynasties,
owing to its developing agriculture, the city was paid more attention due to its economic and martial significance. As well as being the important hinge between the central plains and the western part of China in ancient time, Xining was the most common passing channel of the famous Silk Road. Until now, it is still the only road by which to enter the hinterland of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau.
At present, five districts, three counties and a national economic and technological development zone are under the administration of the local government. With a population of more than two million, Xining is the first city on the upper reaches of the Yellow River to achieve a population into the millions. There are about 37 nationalities living here, including Han, Hui, Tu and Tibetan. The local traditions and customs are influenced by these distinctive nationalities, in particular the Tibetan group.

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

My Experience og Hangzhou at West Lake

We stayed here for 2 nights with our 3 young kids. The property is magnificent. The rooms are spacious and comfortable. We loved having a little garden to ourselves. We loved walking around the gardens of the hotel and hanging out by the outdoor pool. The service was outstanding. Everyone was extremely
Hangzhou at West Lake
wonderful, helpful and friendly. We were torn between staying here or the Aman. We actually went to the Aman for lunch, and we are very glad that we chose the Four Seasons instead. The Aman seemed dark and a bit run down. It is also in the middle of a village, so random tourists can walk in and around the Aman. I do suggest though going to the Aman for lunch. We ate at the Steam House, where they serve traditional dumplings and dim sum. The food was really delicious. I recommend you go there for lunch and then head out to the tea plantation which is close by. But do stay at the Four Seasons!

Thursday, August 22, 2013

You Can Eat Real Shanghai cai In Beijing

Shanghai style (Shanghai cai) food tends to be somewhat sweet and features seafood. Shanghai restaurants have been quite popular for some years now but Shanghai Cuisine can be a little expensive.
The Lu Lu Restaurant is one of the representative restaurants serving traditional Shanghai fare in a neo-classical setting. It is a popular restaurant chain which takes pride in its "new-wave Shanghainese cuisine." The Lu Lu Restaurant has several outlets in Shanghai and Beijing with over 20 years' experience in the preparation of Shanghainese recipes.
A recommended dish is the crab-powdered mushrooms and vegetable wontons. Often crowded, the atmosphere appeals to those who enjoy Shanghai-style food and it is perfect for noisy business lunches which do not require "talking business".

Sunday, August 18, 2013

Beijing City's Worker' Stadium Area

Over the last few years an active nightclub scene has built up on the south and west side of the stadium, and nearly all Beijing's mega-clubs can be found here.Unlike Shanghai, Beijing has never been known as a party city. But you know what? Work hard, play hard could be the capital's new motto, and nowhere is this
Beijing City's Worker' Stadium Area
better shown than in the area around the Workers' Stadium (Gongti in Chinese). To keep the clubbers fed there are 24-hour restaurants including Bellagio and Three Guizhou Men.
The Workers' Stadium itself was built in 1959 as a multipurpose venue and is home to Beijing's Guo'an football team as well as being the venue for major sporting occasions and music concerts. It's currently being refurbished for the Olympics and is due to reopen in August 2007, when it will host the quarter- and semi-finals of the local football cup competition. A block to the west of the Workers' Stadium is the Workers' Gymnasium, a smaller indoor arena that will host the boxing events for the 2008 Olympics.

Thursday, August 15, 2013

What is "The Place" in Beijing City

The Place is situated in the CBD business circle and boasts of a 250-meter long LED screen, which is number one in Asia and the second largest in the world. The lively sound and light effects of the Skyscreen varies day and night, bringing fresh vitality and vigor to the CBD and even the whole city. It has changed
What is "The Place" in Beijing City
people's conceptions on time sequence and activity priority, and become a leisure paradise for nightlife lovers and a genuine merryland for customers.
The Place targets the CBD district which has an area of 4 square kilometers and about 350,000 white collars working here, with convenient 24-7 services. The distinct spatial layout and architectural design, coupled with different entertainment areas, up-to-date fashion news and diversified specialty restaurants, enable The Place to fulfil the five human senses: sight, sound, smell, taste and touch. It also offers a sensual shopping experience where people can find the coolest 6-star foreign night clubs, specialty cuisines, lifestyle home products, spa, food plazas and international fashion flagship stores all under one roof. All these make The Place a flagship in Beijing's CBD and a new landscape in the globalization era.