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Sun Yat Sen Memorial Hall

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 4 Reviews

Perched on the southern slope of Guangzhou’s Yuexiu Hill sits the Sun Yat Sen Memorial Hall, a monument built in 1931 in honor of the Chinese revolutionary. A ...  Read more

Shanghai Old Town (Nanshi)

3 star rating: Worth doing 3 Reviews

At first glance the Old Town of Shanghai might seem like just another tourist trap, but Nanshi, as it used to be called (or Southern Town as most of the ...  Read more

Grand Canal

Of all of the wonders of Ancient China only two are believed to be visible from space: The Great Wall and The Grand Canal. While the Great Wall doesn’t run ...  Read more

Bell Tower (Zhonglou)

The word “tower” doesn’t quite do justice to the enormous structure of the Xian Bell Tower - or Zhonglou, rising on an imposing square base to a series of ...  Read more


Cascading over the cliffs where the Yangtze and Jialing Rivers meet is the city of Chongqing: the biggest metropolitan area in the world. The city, famous for ...  Read more

Drepung Monastery

In the 1930s the Drepung Monastery ranked among the largest monasteries is the world with between 7,000 and 10,000 monks from various countries living on its ...  Read more

Fengdu Ghost Town

Located a few hours north of Chongqing on the north banks of the Yangtze sits one of the most bizarre (and bizarrely popular with Chinese tourists) sites in ...  Read more

Jokhang Temple

One of the most popular tourist attractions in Lhasa, Jokhang Temple is located on Barkhor Square. It is part of the UNESCO World Heritage site that consists ...  Read more

Kun Iam Temple

Considered to be one of Macau’s finest Buddhist temples, Kun Iam Temple is larger and far less crowded than A-Ma Temple, its historic counterpart located ...  Read more

Potala Palace

Tucked into Lhasa’s iconic Red Hill, Potala Palace is the highest palace in the world, with its main structure sitting more than 12,000 feet above sea level. ...  Read more

Sera Monastery

Known as the home of the "debating monks," Sera Monastery was built on a hillside in the northern part of Lhasa in 1419. One of the three most ...  Read more

Three Gorges

The Yangtze River winds through Hubei Province in the heart of China and through some of the country’s most spectacular scenery. Along a 75 mile (120.7 ...  Read more

Three Gorges Dam (Sanxia Daba)

The Three Gorges Dam (Sanxia Daba), completed in 2009, is the biggest dam in the world. It required the largest volume of man power and building materials ...  Read more

Three Gorges Dam Five-Step Ship Lock

The Three Gorges Dam project was completed in 2009, bringing dreams to fruition for Chinese leaders from as early as the 1920s who wished to harness the power ...  Read more

Three Little Gorges

Of all the side trips available when cruising the Three Gorges, a trip through the Three Little Gorges along the Daning River (the largest tributary of the ...  Read more

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