Fujian is a small province in the East of China, famous for its tea, which you can get anywhere in the area. The town feels beautifully ancient, especially due to the famous, Roundhouses. Roundhouses are circular structures, that have their … Continue reading Fujian Roundhouse
DAY 1 JINSHAN CITY SAND BEACH – (50RMB) Two hours from the famous city of Shanghai is their fake beach, Jinshan. Although Shanghai is on the coast, they imported extra yellow sand and artificially coloured the sea to create their … Continue reading Shang-hais and lows!
Day 1 Reichstag Building As the current home of the German parliament, this is one of Berlin’s most famous landmarks. The building was damaged in a fire in 1933, which marked the end of the Weimar Republic, then, during the … Continue reading Berlin in Two Days
Beijing was the most jam-packed part of our trip, but this is where we spent the night on The Great Wall – so all the tiredness was totally worth it! Olympic Park After the worst sleep on the night train … Continue reading Ultimate Beijing Bucket List!
Shaolin is the capital of Kung Fu- If you’ve ever seen ‘The Karate Kid’ then you can expect this city to feel just like you’re in the movie! Our visit here was very short, but I think it was just … Continue reading Shaolin – Kung Fu City
DAY 1 Temple of the Eight Immortals (11:00-13:00) Located on Changle Fang Street in the eastern suburb of Xi’an; Temple of the Eight Immortals is the biggest Taoist temple in Xi’an. Taoism is the philosophy or religion that we should all … Continue reading Xi’an – A two day plan!
Giant Panda Breeding & Research Centre
If you love Panda’s then Chengdu is the place to be! This world-famous breeding centre conserves the lives of giant and red pandas through caring, protecting and breeding them in a humongous space of 247 acres. There are very few pandas in the world and that’s what makes this place so unique. Continue reading “Chengdu – A review!”