The China Guide together with Hanyan Gallery are offering travelers a unique inside look at the cutting edge of Beijing's artistic scene. Groups of all sizes can visit the homes and studios of artists both famous and unknown, see their work and meet the artists.
China - where the past, present and future can be experienced all in one. If this is your first and only chance to visit China, then this is the trip. Beijing, Xi'an and Shanghai present the classic images of China - imperial palaces stand side by side with skyscrapers.
Hong Kong is ready to celebrate the Year of the Dragon in spectacular style with stunning flower markets, a fantastic International Night Parade, dazzling fireworks, lively sporting events and much, much more.
If Disney were ever to open a Winterland, they would have a hard time beating Harbin.
Contrary to the Post Office Travel Money Survey holidaymakers looking for a stylish-yet-affordable holiday can look East and head to Hong Kong. Hong Kong offers such a varied combination of attractions to enjoy for absolutely ridiculously low prices, if not for free.
The Upper House has recently launched The Lawn, an urban retreat offering a peaceful and stylish escape, a real treat in Hong Kong.
The China Guide is offering custom tour itineraries specially tailored for families. Traveling with children in China can be a wonderful experience or very tiring. Having the right itinerary and guide makes all the difference.
The world’s longest established travel company, Cox & Kings, has launched its new Far East brochure for 2012 featuring a comprehensive programme of escorted group tours and private tailor-made travel to China, Japan, Mongolia and Southeast Asia.
Shirai Yayoi has been a Japanese tea ceremony master for 50 years. Shirai can now be found performing the ancient ritual at the 5 star Hotel Okura Macau - the first hotel in Macau to have a tea ceremony room.
More and more people realize that bicycles can be much more useful than cars. Bikes are cheap, environmentally friendly, keep their owners in good health and as much more fun means of transport for travellers exploring a new destination.
Boutique luxury hotel The Opposite House, in Beijing, is offering guests a chance to experience the city from an exciting perspective this summer, in a motorcycle sidecar.
Leading Asia specialist, Travel Indochina, is delighted to announce the launch of its new brochure completely dedicated to Asia River Cruising.
Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) has started its nonstop service between Detroit and Beijing, expanding its Asian gateway in Detroit with flights to a third city in China.
Smartphone users are spoiled when it comes to on-the-move information. Lost in the city? Just access Google Maps and you’ll know exactly where you are. Need a bar? Look up a few in the area and choose which one you want according to the reviews.
The other side of the world need not seem so far away – with China specialist Wendy Wu Tours a trip to Asia can now be better value than a holiday in Scotland with fully inclusive trips priced from just £90 per day (with no hidden extras).
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