Tag: travel

  • Haikou

    The beautiful city of Haikou is the capital and provincial administration center of the Hainan province, the second largest of China’s islands. Haikou, meaning “Mouth of the Sea”, is situated on the west bank of the Nandu River estuary at the northern end of Hainan.

  • Fujian

    Whether you are traveling to China for business or pleasure, you will be sure to come across Fujian on your travels. This beautiful province which is situated on the southeast coast of China, is located close to Taiwan and is one of the wealthiest provinces in the country. Despite the fact that farming space is limited by the hilly terrain, the province is rich in agriculture, natural ...

  • Jinan

    The city of Jinan is the capital city of the Shandong Province and is located on the eastern coast of China. As the capital city of the province, Jinan has jurisdiction over the districts of Tiangiao, Lixia, Shixhong, Huaiyin and Licheng, and oversees four counties, giving it a total coverage area of approximately 8 227 square kilometers and an estimated population of 5.4 million residents. ...

  • Qinghai

    The Qinghai province has always been known as a mystical and breathtaking part of China. Its ancient sites, endless landscapes filled with rare wildlife and vast lakes have turned the Qinghai province into a popular tourist destination. With Xining as the largest and the capital city of the province, most of its political, cultural and business activities take place here. With the Yellow ...

  • Xi’an

    Xi’an is the capital city of the Shaanxi province. It is not only one of the four oldest cities in China, but it is a city that has witnessed the rise and fall of thirteen dynasties, survived change and held on to its traditions, culture and history. More importantly, it was the city that was ruled by the Qin Dynasty, and a city that is home to the world famous Terracotta Army that is ...

  • Wuhan

    Located at the meeting point of the Han and Yangtze River, stands the populous city of Wuhan. The Capital of Hubei Province, Wuhan is an important economic, political, educational, scientific and cultural hub in Central China. Affectionately known as the ‘Town of One Thousand Lakes’, Wuhan is enjoying extensive growth in many ways and is a fantastic destination both for tourists and business ...

  • Shangdong

    With a rich and colorful history that spans over five thousand years, and believed to be a location of the birth of the civilization of China, the Shandong province is a cultural and traditional region. It is where travelers can experience and learn more about the legendary Confucius and his teachings. Shandong is a province filled with treasures and attractions from the past, as well as ...

  • Guangzhou

    The city of Guangzhou is the capital of the province of Guangdong in China, covering an area of over 16,000 square kilometres and with a population estimated at 6.7 million. Guangzhou, which is strategically located on the Pearl River Delta, has been established as an important trading and business center. With a busy port, Gaungzhou is also considered to be one of the key centers for ...

  • Changchun

    Although Changchun is over 200 years old, it is still relatively young when compared to other Chinese cities. Located in the central part of the Songliao Plain in Jilin Province, Changchun is the provincial capital and largest city in the province. It is also the political economic and cultural center of the region. Though the city only covers an area of approximately 20 571 square ...

  • Jilin

    A beautiful, but strikingly different part of the country, Jilin is located on the northeastern border of the Peoples Republic of China. Because it shares its borders with other countries, such as North Korea, Russia and Mongolia, it has long enjoyed a variety of cultural influences and interesting trade relations. The provincial capital of Jilin in China is Changchun. Other major cities in ...

  • Shanghai

    On the banks of the Yangtze River Delta, lies the city of Shanghai. It is the seventh biggest city in the world, and as an administrative municipality it enjoys a provincial status. It is no longer the quaint fishing village at the seaside as it was in the time of the Yuan Dynasty. Today, it covers a region of 5 800 square kilometers and has a population that has grown from a handful of ...