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Chengdu City Sightseeing One-day Tour

December 14th, 2010 No Comments
Folk street

Experience the diversity and excitement of Chengdu!
You’ll explore the world-renowned home of Panda, dynamic parks, amazing folk culture streets, and magnificent traditional architectures…
Please join in our group, we’ll pick you up right from your place!


Tibet & Kathmandu Small Group Tour

November 12th, 2010 No Comments

This tour follows an optimum route that brings you to Tibet’s main attractions, offers superb scenic views, and features a spectacular roller-coaster ride from high La Lung-la down into the Kathmandu valley.
For those who wish to extend their tour to Nepal, the Friendship Highway between Lhasa and Kathmandu offers scenic delights and worthwhile detours. We meticulously selects the best destinations of Tibet and Kathmandu for a small group tour that will leave even the most hardened traveler awe-struck.


Small Group Expedition for Mt. Everest

November 1st, 2010 No Comments
Mount Everest

All of the best sights, sounds, and smells Tibet has to offer. You could wind your way up through the Potala, join the shuffling, murmuring pilgrims around the shrines of the Jokhang, let yourself be swept around the Barkhor, and be enveloped in the vast expanses of the Tibetan landscape. For centuries, the impassable routes and political upheaval have made Tibet and Everest one of the last great unexplored territories in the world, but this expedition could offer you a chance to see the great Mt. Everest, one of earth’s most remote corners. To view the sunrise and sunset there, you can do nothing but feel marvel for the nature’s masterpiece.


Chengdu Metro Map

October 1st, 2010 No Comments
Chengdu Metro

Chengdu Metro has finally been launched on October 1st. It runs 17 stations (1 to be opened) from North to South in approx. 30 minutes .


Traveling tips to travel to Tibet

September 13th, 2010 No Comments

Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS), Medicine, Etiquettes and Taboos, … all answers about these topics given in this post…


Mt. Emei Hot Springs 2-Day Tour

September 6th, 2010 No Comments
Mt. Emei

Take a 2-day tour Mt. Emei! Featuring: Hot Springs, Tea Farm, Wild Monkeys, & much much more! We begin our journey in the early morning leaving Chengdu for the majestic Mt. Emei. Located on the southwest edge of the Sichuan Basin about 150km (~93mi) from Chengdu, Mt. Emei is one of four famous mountains that are particularly rich in Buddhist history. Dating back to 1st Century AD, Mahayana Buddhism on Mt. Emei has a long and storied istory. Today, a great deal of said history can still be found on Mt. Emei, truly a must see for anyone interested in Buddhism and Buddhist history!


Hailuo Valley 3-Day Tour

September 5th, 2010 No Comments
The all natural hot springs of Minya Konka Hot Springs & Resort

Take a 3-day tour to Hailuo Valley! Featuring Natural Hot Springs, Glacier, & much much more! We begin on journey early morning leaving Chengdu for Hailuo Valley, around 320km south-west from Chengdu City. Around midday,we will stop at Tianhe Town to fill up on lunch, then continuing our journey. After entering the Hailuo Valley, we will check-in to Minya Konka Glacial Hot Springs & Resort…



August 26th, 2010 No Comments

Wuzhen (乌镇) is a historic scenic town located in Zhejiang province, two hours from Hangzhou. Wuzhen displays thousands of years of history in its ancient stone bridges floating on mild water, its stone pathways between the mottled walls and its delicate wood carvings. Also, setting it apart from other towns, it gives a unique experience through its profound cultural background.Mao Dun, a renowned modern Chinese writer, was born in Wuzhen, and his masterpiece, ‘The Lin’s Shop’, describes vividly the life of


Introduction of Chengdu

August 21st, 2010 No Comments

Spicy food, overcast skies, and a leisurely existence best describe life in Chengdu. Chengdu’s famous hotpot restaurants will leave you breathing fire, while street vendors on every corner sell spicy “Shao Kao”. Ask anyone in China about Chengdu and they will immediately rave about ’Chuan Cai’, or Sichuan cuisine. The only question they will then ask you is, “Ni pa chi la ma?”, which means, “Are you afraid of eating spicy food?”


Mt. Qingcheng 3-Day Relaxation Tour

August 20th, 2010 No Comments
Main Entrance of Qingcheng Relaxation Centre

Join in on a 3-day Relaxation Tour to Mt. Qingcheng in the Qingfeng Relaxation Center and experience the wisdom of Taoist Living! Mt. Qingcheng is one of the birthplaces of Taoism, China’s only indigenous religion, and it is still a religious centre sprinkled with caves and shrines venerated by Taoists. Qingfeng Relaxation Center provides the perfect surroundings for physical, mental and spiritual recharge. Nestled in the midst of lush greenery and picturesque mountain views, it offers superior surroundings suitable for the highest of tastes.

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