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Gong Wang Fu

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 29 Reviews

Gong Wang Fu, or Prince Gong’s Mansion, was a Qing Dynasty imperial residence that has since been converted into an excellent museum. Built in 1777, the ...  Read more

Jinli Ancient Street

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 1 Review

When Qin Dynasty traders started selling baldachin cloth on Jinli Street in 220 B.C. they set in motion a chain of events which would turn Jinli into the ...  Read more

Kuan-Zhai Lane (China’s Lane)

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 1 Review

When Chinese soldiers of the Qing Dynasty returned from war with Tibet in 1718, many of the soldiers and their families based themselves around Kuan-Zhai Lane ...  Read more

Lingyin Temple

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 1 Review

Also known as the “Temple of the Souls’ Retreat,” Lingyin Temple is one of the most famous Buddhist temples in all of China. The temple was founded in 328 by ...  Read more

Antiquarium of The Palace Museum

While the entire Forbidden City operates under the name “Palace Museum,” its treasures, artifacts and memorabilia are all housed within the Antiquarium. The ...  Read more

Big Banyan Tree

The Big Banyan Tree, located less than four miles (6.4 kilometers) outside the town of Yangshuo, is a large, well-preserved banyan tree said to have been ...  Read more

Bund Sightseeing Tunnel

Since its opening in 2000, the Bund Sightseeing Tunnel has become one of Shanghai’s most popular attractions among domestic tourists. Contrary to what the name ...  Read more

China World Trade Center

Nowhere is China’s rapid modernization more apparent than in Beijing at the China World Trade Center. Completed in 2010, the complex houses Beijing’s tallest ...  Read more

Church of St. Dominic

In few places throughout Macau are the colonial influences of European rule more evident than at the historic Church of St. Dominic. Set at the back of a ...  Read more

Du Fu Cottage

There aren’t many places on the planet where you can visit the ancient home of a poet who lived over 1,200 years ago. Chengdu’s Du Fu Thatched Cottage, ...  Read more

Goddess Peak (Shennu Feng)

The atmospheric, mist-shrouded cliffs and mountains along the Three Gorges region of the Yangtze River hold a prominent spot in Chinese folklore dating back ...  Read more

Green Lotus Peak (Bilian Feng)

Shanshui Park, located in the southeastern part of Yangshuo along the Li River and just a short walk from West Street, is home to one of the town’s most ...  Read more

Hangzhou Botanical Garden

Set in the northwestern corner of Hangzhou’s West Lake area, Hangzhou Botanical Garden sprawls across 248 intricately landscaped acres and is the perfect place ...  Read more

Huaisheng Mosque

Originally built during the Tang Dynasty over a thousand years ago, the Huaisheng Mosque is thought to be the oldest surviving mosque in China and home of the ...  Read more

Inner Court

During the time when the Forbidden City served as the residence for the imperial family, the palace was divided into an inner and outer court. The outer court ...  Read more

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