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Archive for September, 2015

  • The Golden Jade Kwan-yin Statue. Nanshan Temple

    Nanshan Temple

    Sanya Nanshan Buddhism Cultural Tourism Zone, lying 40 kilometers from the city of Sanya, is one of the largest and most attractive cultural tourist attractions in captivating China. Among its […]

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  • Guanyin Statue of Hainan

    Guanyin Statue of Hainan

    This is a chance to admire this magnificent sea-side statue of Guanyin Buddha!
    Standing grandly on an enormous platform in the Sanya Nanshan Buddhism Cultural Tourism Zone, the giant landmark […]

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  • Scenic view of Tianya Haijiao (The End of Earth)

    Tianya Haijiao (The End of Earth)

    Having the name of “Tianya Haijiao”, which means the Remotest Corner of the Earth or the End of the Earth, the cape is situated about 20 km west of Sanya. […]

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  • Visit the primitive house of Li people

    Li Minority Village

    Venture off the beaten track with Li Minority Village, a scenic holiday through idyllic rural area!
    Situated 28 from Sanya, Li Minority Village is the habitat of Li Nation for […]

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  • Yanoda Tropical Rainforest

    Yanoda Tropical Rainforest

    Sited 35km on the outskirts of Sanya City, Yanoda Tropical Rainforest is the only tropical rainforest of China. Its name “Yanoda” is originally a phonogram made up with Ya, No, […]

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  • Yuhuangding Park

    Yuhuangding Park

    Perched on a tranquil hill in the downtown area of Yantai, Yuhuangding Park is renowned for the fairyland-like scenery resembling that of Penglai. The Park gained its name from the […]

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  • Changyu Wine Culture Museum

    Changyu Wine Culture Museum

    Changyu Wine Museum, standing at the official site of Changyu Wine Company in Yantai City, tell the story of Changyu winery’s history from 18th century till now. As the oldest […]

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  • Lighthouse at Yantai Hill Park

    Yantai Hill Park

    Set in the north of the city, Yantai Hill Park is a quaint park of stone paths, scenic gardens and splendid ocean views. It is also home to a huge […]

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  • Cannons of Yantai East Fortress Hill

    East Fortress (Dong Paotai)

    Stroll north along the shore from Number 1 bathing beach, tourists would find the East Fortress, which is also called Dong Paotai. The East Fortress boasts three Krupp cannons overlooking […]

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  • Panoramic view of Zhanqiao Pier and little Qingdao Island

    Zhanqiao Pier

    Located off the South seashore of Qingdao, north to Qingdao Bay and fronts onto Xiaoqingdao Isle, Zhanqiao Pier is regarded as the iconic landscape of the city. Its construction began […]

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  • St Michael’s Cathedral, Qingdao, China

    St Michael’s Cathedral Qingdao

    Up a hill off Zhongshan Road stands the St. Michael’s Cathedral, which is regarded as the largest Gothic and Roman style structure in Qingdao City? It is also called “the […]

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  • Little Fish Hill Park Seaside

    Little Fish Hill Park (Xiaoyushan Park)

    Set amidst the hill, just only 60 meter above the sea, the Little Fish Hill Park offers a stunning vista, overlooking the beautiful Huiquan Bay and other scenic spots. As […]

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  • Badaguan Scenic Area, Qingdao

    Badaguan Scenic Area

    No point of interest better showcases the unique German influence on Qingdao than the Badaguan Scenic Area. Characterized by nearly 200 different architectural styles, Badaguan Scenic Area is a famous […]

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  • Qingdao Beer Museum

    Tsingtao Beer Museum

    Located at No.56, Dengzhou Road – the “Birthplace of Tsingtao beer”, the Tsingtao Beer Museum is the first museum of its kind in China. As the combination between a sense […]

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  • Side view of German Governor's Mansion, Qingdao

    German Governor’s Mansion (Qingdao Guest House)

    Perched on the southern foot of the idyllic Signal Hill and facing the sea is the Qingdao Guest House, also known as German Governor’s Mansion. Initially, the Guest House was […]

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  • View from Huli Hill Fort

    Huli Hill Fort (Hulishan Paotai)

    Huli Hill Fort – Huli Hill China’s doorstep, located on a bluff about 25m above the sea, is a great example of China’s coastal defense system of days gone by. […]

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  • Nanputuo Temple - South Putuo Temple, Xiamen

    Nanputuo Temple (South Putuo Temple)

    Nestled on the base of Wulao Mountain near sea, Nanputuo Temple is one of the most reputed Buddhist temples in Fujian, south China, and is also regarded as a site […]

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  • Oversea Chinese Museum, Xiamen

    Oversea Chinese Museum

    Located in the feet of the Mount Wulao, the Oversea Chinese Museum is a celebration of China’s communities abroad in the hope of introducing to visitors the customs and lifestyles […]

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  • The scenic Huandao Road in Xiamen

    Huandao Road (Xiamen Ring Road)

    Apart from the famous tourist sites as Nanputuo Temple, Huli Hill Fort and the Oversea Chinese Museum is Island Ring Road, also called Huandao Road. Stretching from the ferry port […]

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  • Xiamen University

    Xiamen University

    Adjacent to the south of Nanputuo Temple is Xiamen University, which is regarded as be one of universities with the most beautiful campus in China. Founded by Tan Kah Kee, […]

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