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The Best Short Hikes in China

The Best Short Hikes in China

When setting out on your hiking adventure it is very important that you cover all your necessities. Unlike guided tours, when hiking through trails, you can go at your own pace and really get to enjoy the.
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10 Days In Xinjiang

Xinjiang 10-Day Itinerary

  • Day 1 – Arrive in Urumqi
  • Day 2 & 3 – Tour Turpan
  • Day 4 – Travel to Kashgar
  • Day 5-6 – Tour Kashgar
  • Day 7-8 – Karakoram Highway
  • Day 9 – Hotan
  • Day 10 – Cross Taklamakan Bus to Urumqi

Trip Highlights

  • Travel back in time as you retrace the.
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Getting Around China Using Public Transportation

Public Transportation In China

If you want to learn a thing or two about Chinese culture, spend a month crossing the country in a public bus. Expect days of bouncing along dirt roads, breathing cigarette smoke plumes as they puff around the bus. The trade-off is.
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The 5 Most Useful Smartphone Apps For Traveling In China
  The ability to use smartphone apps has made solo travel in China more convenient. You can find an app for almost anything, and thankfully apps have been created to make the most difficult parts of your travels easier. Through experience, we compiled a list of apps,.
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What Does It Cost Per Day to Travel In China?
If you know how to save money in China, you can travel for cheap. I mean....really cheap. So what will it cost to travel in China? We have identified six categories (Airfare, accommodation, food, public transportation, attractions, and domestic train / plane tickets) and will suggest.
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Traveling In China Without Speaking Chinese

Do I need to speak Chinese to travel in China?

In this article, I’m going to address one of  the many reasonable concerns you have about traveling in China, a question I asked myself many a time before moving to China for the first time in.
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A Journey Into China’s Nightlife Scene

“And you may ask yourself, well, how did I get here?” – The Talking Heads

There I was. Gazing in disbelief. Was it the pulse of the bass beating through my chest? Was it the kaleidoscope of gold chandeliers and laser lights sending beams of light.
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China’s Most Common Travel Scams

No matter who you are, and where you travel; travel long enough and you will encounter traveler scams. Traveler scams have unfortunately turned into a big business, as it’s an easy way for scammers to make a large amount of money praying on.

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