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Dunhuang Travel Guide

Crescent Lake

Crescent Lake

The national, historical city of Dunhuang is a renowned tourist city famous for the Mogao Caves. It is situated in the common boundary of Gansu Province, Qinghai Province and Xinjiang Province. Dunhuang, long ago referred to as ‘Sha Zhou’ (beautiful desert oasis), was the hub of middle and eastern silk routes in ancient times. The city landmark is an attractive statue, the idea of which comes from the mural in Mogao Caves, a shrine to the culture and arts of Dunhuang. From Mt.Qilian in the south, Mt. Mazong in the north and desert from east to west, the landform of Dunhuang City is a declining basin-plain from west to northeast, high in the north and south, and low in the middle. The western cities of China, especially those in the desert, are known for their sandstorms, so tourists should protect themselves with glasses, hats and gauze kerchiefs, etc.

In ancient times, Dunhuang was the center of trade between China and its western neighbors. At that time, it was the most westerly frontier military garrison in China. With the flourishing of trade along the Silk Road, Dunhuang was prompted to become the most open area in international trade in Chinese history. It provided the only access westward for the Chinese Empire and eastward for western nationalities. Today, as a reminder of this historical area, we are left with the Mogao Caves, Yangguan Pass, Yumenguan Pass and many wonderful Chinese poems depicting the time. Although what remains of the two Passes are crumbling walls, one can still experience the atmosphere of that time while visiting in person.

Dunhuang Travel Guide

Dunhuang Travel Guide

Today, Dunhuang is a typical tourist city, clean and beautiful. Because of its splendid stone caves, tourism has become an indispensable industry to Dunhuang City. Surrounding establishments include various classes of hotels and restaurants for your choosing. As well, tourism personnel are knowledgeable and well trained these days. For a western city in China, it has become more accesible for people to come and go as they please. Transportation is much more efficient, ensuring that your wonderful trip runs smoothly. May to September is the best time to visit, so be sure to plan your trip during these months. Including Dunhuang City in your tour is a decision you won’t regret!

Dunhuang City, an obvious pearl on the Silk Road, opens her arms to welcome tourists from all over the world.

Dunhuang is included in many China Holidays itineraries – please contact us or visit our website for further details.

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Vacation And Diving Experiences – Protect Maldives Lagoons

The Underwater-world:
The Maldives is a very unusual place on earth. During Holidays in Maldives, you may be staying on an island created by coral. There wouldn’t be any islands, id it wasn’t for the coral. That is why we have to protect the coral. You think you saw a stone in the water? No you did not! It is a living coral. What you see is a limestone product, which has been built over thousands of years by millions of polyps. These polyps are so tiny that you cannot see them. When you touch a coral, you destroy these polyps.

The most complex ecological system on earth, after the rainforest, is the coral reef. More than 100.000 species live here. Coral is the centre of this ecosystem. So: Do not touch the coral!

To enable easy access to the reef for diving and snorkeling, every island has especially created marked entrances. Please use these entrances, do not trample on the coral and bear the change of the tide in mind on your snorkeling trips. Seek more details at the dive base. If you swim over the reef at high tide, your way could be banned at low tide. So, never walk on the top of the reef!

The Maldives coral gardens are considered to be some of the most beautiful in the world. The complexity of this ecosystem can hardly be imagined. Every living creature has its place, apart from the human being. Therefore: please behave like a visitor in this striking underwater world. Do not touch anything! Admire the living space of the animals and enjoy as a guest the amazing variety of species. And do not upset any of them!

Here are some popular resorts for diving and snorkeling in the beautiful lagoons of the Maldives.

Divers and Snorkellers – Protect the Underwater World!
Divers and Snorkellers: The divers and snorkellers should always set an example. We have the highest interest in the conservation of the underwater world. We work accordingly: we only touch with our eyes. Even when we take videos or photographs we do not touch anything, nor do we bother any living creature. We always behave as guests when underwater.

We observe the movement of our flippers and we stabilize ourselves perfectly. Our equipment too, here in Kandooma Resort Maldives, is always tidy, so that small parts cannot cause accidental damage. Our code teaches us to protect this paradise and to tell others of our rules of conduct. So a diver or snorkeller should always be a model!

One Very Desired Divers Destination:
Summer Island Resort is named after the Kandoo tree which is found in abundance on the island. This tropical isle is preferred because of its close proximity to many excellent dive sites. The Kandooma Channel and Kandooma Caves and Kandooma “thila” (an undersea mount) all donate to making this area one of the Republic’s most sought after destinations for divers.

For the non-divers, the nearby clear water offers areas to swim and snorkel. Keen surfers will be delighted with the reef breaks on the north east side of the island from the swell that comes in off the ocean.

Everything you need for Diving and Snorkeling:
For diving and snorkeling adventures, the Rannalhi Dive Shop and Diving School offers everything you need. Plus, our Water Sports Centre offers you the chance to enjoy catamaran, canoe and banana-boat rides, windsurfing and water skiing. There is really no boundary to the water sports you can enjoy at Rannalhi Island Resort.

For the passionate diver, Rannalhi offers boat diving and house-reef diving courses leading to PADI certification in English, French, German, Italian and Russian.

Two Rivers and Four Lakes Scenic Spot of Guilin

Two Rivers And Four Lakes Scenic Spot

Two Rivers And Four Lakes Scenic Spot

Located in picturesque Guilin City, Two Rivers and Four Lakes Scenic Spot refer to the landscape located around the city which includes Li River (the part within the city), Taohua (Peach Blossom) River, Mulong Lake, Guihu Lake, Ronghu Lake and Shanhu Lake. After years’ of development, it can be also divided into Mulong ancient water way scenic area reflecting city culture, Guihu Lake Scenic Area featured by natural beauty and rustic charm and Ronghu-Shanhu Lake Scenic Area showing the elegant demeanor of the landscape ecology city. From these natural and manmade sights, visitors can truly feel the born beauty and deep cultural details of Guilin City.

Guihu Lake Scenic Area: Guihu Lake was originally the city moat of the western Guilin City in Song Dynasty (960-1279). It measures over 1,700 meters (1 mile) from north to south and about 110 meters (120 yards) wide on average. A large number of precious arbors and flowers are planted along the lake, such as banyan tree garden, gingko garden, white pines garden, redwood garden, magnolia garden and palm garden. It is also a world of bridges such as Xiqing Bridge, Baoxian Bridge, Lize Bridge, Yingbin Bridge and Guanyin Bridge where visitors can enjoy the beautiful landscape and find them a good setting to take photos. It is not exaggerating to call it an Expo combining famous gardens, flowers, trees and bridges in one. Walk in it, visitors will feel fresh and comfortable as if attaining the perfection of the harmony between man and nature.

Ronghu-Shanhu Lake Scenic Area: Its history can be traced back to Tang (618-907) and Song dynasties. Originally called Nanyang River, it was the manmade city moat of the southern Guilin at that time. In Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368), people called it Jianhu Lake. It was enlarged in Ming Dynasty and became an inner lake, and from that on, many local governments and public offices were installed by the lake. The rich and the famous all built their houses on the lakeside one after another. Many poets and intellectuals have written a lot of poems and literary pieces to describe the charming beauty of the lake.

Two Rivers and Four Lakes

Two Rivers and Four Lakes

Mulong Lake Scenic Area: It features the integration of historical culture into the nature. To the north of Mulong Lake, visitors can find a group of manmade sights such as Dongzhen Gate and the site of the City Wall in Song Dynasty. A very large building complex is scattered around. The construction includes Song Street, Half-side Street, Mulong Pagoda, Mulong at Night, and Ancient Song City. Mulong Pagoda was built by imitating Longhua Pagoda in Song Dynasty in Shanghai. Besides, there is an ecological landscape zone between the southern Mulong Lake and Diecai Hill where visitors can admire forest, grass, falls and streams.

Li River and Taohua (Peach Blossom) River: The beautiful Li River, like a poem and a picture, is an important component of the mountains and waters in Guilin. Taohua River was diverged into Li River in Ming Dynasty. The two rivers thus connected and have added more beauty to each other.

Two Rivers and Four Lakes Scenic Spot is included in many China Holidays itineraries – please contact us or visit our website for further details.

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Weekend for Christmas Getaways

With just a week to go before the ‘big day’ the UK’s airports have geared up for what is the busiest few days in the Christmas getaway rush!

Millions of UK Passengers Passing Through UK Airports This Week
The next two weeks are one of the busiest fortnights in an airport’s year, this week especially Saturday 18th through until Christmas Day, with Heathrow expecting half a million passengers, whilst Gatwick Airport set to see a phenomenal 700,000 passengers pass through its terminals from this weekend.

20% More Winter Sun Getaways Booked
The popularity in Winter sun holidays over the last few weeks has seen a huge increase, as much as 20% reported by some tour operators, as UK residents escape the extreme weather conditions.

Be Prepared For Long Airport Queues
So if you’re one of the hundreds of thousands of Britons heading to an airport over the next week or so then be prepared for long queues.

Long Haul and Short Haul Check-In Times
That means be sure to get to the airport on time – for short haul flights it is recommended that you check-in two hours before your flight time, and if long haul then three hours before you fly.

Stock Up On Refreshments For the Airport
Also be aware that with so many people in the airport the likely hood is that the queues, not only for check-in, but for refreshments will be long too. It’s worth while taking with you a few snacks, especially if you are travelling with small children. If you are concerned about passing through security with food products for children then don’t be. You’ll simply be asked to taste a small piece of the food. It’s definitely worth taking your child’s food, and not risk the queues! Another little tip is the newsagents in the airports, like WH Smiths for example, will also sell a selection of refreshments so it’s worth getting a drink and a packet of crisps from these types of shops instead of one from the Food Hall.

Airport Snow Cancellations & Delays
However, the weather that many of us are trying to escape may actually keep us in the country. Yet again the UK is being hit by major snow storms and Heathrow and Gatwick have already closed runways and cancelled flights this weekend.

Rail Closure Risks – Book Your Airport Parking
When the snow falls, even the smallest amounts, rail routes can grind to a halt. Therefore, if you are travelling to the airport via train, or other such public transport that could risk being delayed or diverted, it’s worth considering, if the roads aren’t too treacherous, driving yourself to the airport and booking airport parking. This way you can get yourself to the airport, leaving home in good time, and also you can get yourself back home again too.

Call The Airport Before Travel
With snow closures a real threat, and delays a given, do call before you travel – phone the airport on the day of travel to be advised of the very latest information on delays and cancellations, along with any revised check-in times.

According to the latest weather reports we haven’t seen the last of the snow – the whole country is expected to be hit by further snow storms over the next few days, so fingers crossed for those of us who are trying to get away do get away!

Merry Christmas!

Shanghai Zhujiajiao Ancient Town




Shanghai’s Venice
Located in a suburb of Shanghai city, Zhujiajiao is an ancient water town well-known throughout the country, with a history of more than 1700 years. Covering an area of 47 square kilometers, the little fan-shaped town glimmers like a bright pearl in the landscape of lakes and mountains.

Endowed with another elegant name – ‘Pearl Stream’ – the little town is the best-preserved among the four ancient towns in Shanghai. Unique old bridges across bubbling streams, small rivers shaded by willow trees, and houses with courtyards attached all transport people who have been living amidst the bustle and hustle of the modern big city to a brand-new world full of antiquity, leisure and tranquillity.

Bridges in the Town
It is said that to visit Zhujiajaio without seeing the bridges means that you have not really been to Zhujiajiao at all! Bridges in the town are distinctive and old, built during Ming and Qing Dynasties. The old town is thoroughly connected by 36 delicate spans in different shapes and styles, from wooden to stone to marble.

Zhujiajiao Ancient Town

Zhujiajiao Ancient Town

Fangsheng Bridge (Setting-fish-free Bridge) is the longest, largest and tallest stone bridge, with five openings both in Zhujiajiao and in the Shanghai region. This bridge was built in 1571. On the bridge stands a stone tablet named Dragon Gate Stone, which is engraved with 8 coiling dragons encircling a shining pearl. On top of the bridge are 4 lifelike stone lions.

Lang Bridge (Veranda Bridge), also named Huimin Bridge, is the only wooden bridge and the most featured span in this town. It has wooden bars on the two sides and upturned eaves above, just like a narrow corridor.

North Street – Ancient Street
In the town, there is an ancient street filled with representative ancient buildings from the Ming and Qing Dynasties, attracting great numbers of domestic and foreign tourists. That is North Street, which is the best preserved ancient street in this suburb of Shanghai. Only one kilometer long, the whole street is at once primitively simple, yet very elegant. Strolling on this ancient thoroughfare and appreciating the historic buildings, long-established stores, and old bridges as well as the many narrow lanes is another enjoyment.

Ke Zhi Yuan (Course Plant Garden)
Zhujiajiao boasts imposing gardens as well as ancient dwellings built during the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Among the ancient architecture, Ke Zhi Yuan is the largest manorial garden in the town. The garden is commonly named ‘Ma Family Garden’ after a former host named Ma Wenqin.



Located in Xijin Street in the northern part of town, Ke Zhi Yuan features beautiful sightseeing and quiet and secluded surroundings. It consists mainly of three parts, including a hall area, an artificial hill area and a garden area. In the artificial hill area, there is magnificent symbolic architecture – a foursquare five-story building, on the top of which stands a diametric pavilion named ‘Moon View Pavilion.’ This building is considered the tallest architecture in the town.

The scenic spots outlined here are just a sampling of the pretty attractions of Zhujiajiao. Old narrow lanes, peculiar stone hawsers on the riverside and old residences also make you enjoy yourself so much as to forget to go home.

Zhujiajiao Ancient Town is included in many China Holidays itineraries – please contact us or visit our website for further details.


Chengdu Travel Guide

Chengdu Panda Research

Chengdu Panda Research

Chengdu is the capital of “Heavenly State” (Tian Fu Zhi Guo), habitat of giant pandas and city of cotton-rose hibiscus.

Located in the west of Sichuan Basin and in the center of Chengdu Plain, Chengdu covers a total area of 12.3 thousand square kilometres (4,749 square miles) with a population of over 11 million.

Benefiting from Dujiangyan Irrigation Project which was constructed in 256 B.C., Sichuan Province is reputed as “Tian Fu Zhi Guo”, literally a place richly endowed with natural resources. Chengdu, as the capital, is extremely productive. The Min and Tuo Rivers, two branches of the Yangtze River, connected to forty other rivers, supply an irrigation area of more than 700 square kilometres (270.27 square miles) with 150-180 million kilowatts of water. Consisting of abundant mineral resources, the land is extremely fertile.

The history of Chengdu can be traced back 2,400 when the first emperor built his capital here and named the city. Through thousands of years its original name has been kept and its position as the capital and as the significant center of politics, commerce and military of the Sichuan area (once called Shu) has remained unchanged. Since the Han (206B.C.-220) and Tang (618-907) Dynasties when its handicraft industry flourished, Chengdu has been famous for its brocades and embroideries. Shu embroideries still enjoy a high reputation for their bright colors and delicate designs, ranking among the four main embroideries in China. Chengdu was the place where the bronze culture, an indispensable part of ancient Chinese culture, originated, the place where the Southern Silk Road started, and the place where the earliest paper currency, Jiaozi (not the dumpling!), was first printed. It is listed among the first 24 state-approved historical and cultural cities and owns 23 state and provincial cultural relic units.



In addition to its profound historical and cultural background featuring historic places of interest such as the Thatched Cottage of Du Fu , Wuhou Memorial Temple and Wenshu Monastery , etc, natural beauty abounds in surrounding areas such as in the Jiuzhaigou Scenic Area and Huang Long Valley (Yellow Dragon Valley) . The natural habitat of giant pandas, Chengdu Panda Breeding and Research Center , supports the world’s only giant panda breeding and research base.

Sampling the famous Sichuan cuisine is a must on a trip to Chengdu. Enjoying the food as well as the culture, shopping and having tea at a teahouse afford a deeper understanding of Chengdu.

Improved land and airlines extending nationwide provide greater convenience. Chengdu is also the main inland access city to Tibet.

Chengdu is included in many China Holidays itineraries – please contact us or visit our website for further details.

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Forbidden City, Beijing



Lying at the center of Beijing, the Forbidden City, called Gu Gong in Chinese, was the imperial palace during the Ming and Qing dynasties. Now known as the Palace Museum, it is to the north of Tiananmen Square. Rectangular in shape, it is the world’s largest palace complex and covers 74 hectares. Surrounded by a six meter deep moat and a ten meter high wall are 9,999 rooms. The wall has a gate on each side. Opposite the Tiananmen Gate, to the north is the Gate of Divine Might (Shenwumen), which faces Jingshan Park. The distance between these two gates is 960 meters, while the distance between the gates in the east and west walls is 750 meters. There are unique and delicately structured towers on each of the four corners of the curtain wall. These afford views over both the palace and the city outside.

The Forbidden City is divided into two parts. The southern section, or the Outer Court was where the emperor exercised his supreme power over the nation. The northern section, or the Inner Court was where he lived with his royal family. Until 1924 when the last emperor of China was driven from the Inner Court, fourteen emperors of the Ming dynasty and ten emperors of the Qing dynasty had reigned here. Having been the imperial palace for some five centuries, it houses numerous rare treasures and curiosities. Listed by UNESCO as a World Cultural Heritage Site in 1987, the Palace Museum is now one of the most popular tourist attractions world-wide.

Construction of the palace complex began in 1407, the 5th year of the Yongle reign of the third emperor of the Ming dynasty. It was completed fourteen years later in 1420. It was said that a million workers including one hundred thousand artisans were driven into the long-term hard labor. Stone needed was quarried from Fangshan, a suburb of Beijing. It was said a well was dug every fifty meters along the road in order to pour water onto the road in winter to slide huge stones on ice into the city. Huge amounts of timber and other materials were freighted from faraway provinces.



Ancient Chinese people displayed their very considerable skills in building the Forbidden City. Take the grand red city wall for example. It has an 8.6 meters wide base reducing to 6.66 meters wide at the top. The angular shape of the wall totally frustrates attempts to climb it. The bricks were made from white lime and glutinous rice while the cement is made from glutinous rice and egg whites. These incredible materials make the wall extraordinarily strong.

Since yellow is the symbol of the royal family, it is the dominant color in the Forbidden City. Roofs are built with yellow glazed tiles; decorations in the palace are painted yellow; even the bricks on the ground are made yellow by a special process. However, there is one exception. Wenyuange, the royal library, has a black roof. The reason is that it was believed black represented water then and could extinguish fire.

Nowadays, the Forbidden City, or the Palace Museum is open to tourists from home and abroad. Splendid painted decoration on these royal architectural wonders, the grand and deluxe halls, with their surprisingly magnificent treasures will certainly satisfy ‘modern civilians’.

Great Mosque is included in many China Holidays itineraries – please contact us or visit our website for further details.

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Goa Holidays- Best Destination to Celebrate Christmas and New Year

As Christmas and New Year are emerging, travel enthusiasts are all set to find the best destination where they can have the time of their life. Are you also among those who are all set to plan a magnificent holiday this season? If yes, then Goa could be your ultimate destination.

Popular for its rocking party culture, beautiful beach venues and elegant churches, Goa is an ideal place to celebrate Christmas and enjoy the New Year by partying in the super cool night zones with vivacious people of the state. Tourists from all over the world prefer Goa tour commemorates in the festivities accompanying the Christmas and New Year celebration in Goa.

A bright sun – drench paradise with lively bustling beaches of endless white sand facing on the Arabian Sea, lush greenery, full of life attitude of the people, rich heritage, 5 star hotels in Goa, fishing boats projected against marvellous sunsets attracts the people from all over world to spent Goa holidays.

If the above mentioned reasons aren’t enough to plan a Goa tour this New Year, we have got more:

The Beaches that comes to life on New Year

The most preferred venue to enjoy a mind – blowing New Year’s Eve is a Goan beach. The beaches of Goa remain vigorous all year but the New Year brings a whole new life to the people, air and the beaches of Goa. Calangute, Baga & Vegator are some of the most popular beaches in Goa and the party celebration adds to its natural beauty and charm. Along with that many water sports activities like kayaking, water-skiing, sailing, wind surfing, fishing etc add to the fun of your Goa tour.

Life at its best

Apart from beaches, Goa is famous for the celebration of life with a great range of affordable cocktails and alcohol. There are numerous local & luxury bars to enjoy. The most popular is Kaju Feni – one of the local liquor of Goa, it is made from coconut or the fruit of the cashew nut tree, and is available only in Goa.

If Goa is on the top of your list this Christmas and New Year, book your Goa holiday packages today, because Goa being the most chosen destination during New Year and Christmas will be acquired very soon!!!

Get best deals on goa holiday packages on Christmas and New Year at, specialist Goa holiday tour planner. We at Best Goa Holiday Packages are offering special discounts on goa honeymoon packages, resorts and hotel booking in Goa and other Goa holiday Packages. Enjoy Christmas and New Year celebration in Goa.

Family All Inclusive Holiday Boom!

Worldwide economic problems have bought the tourism industry to its knees with people saving money rather than spending it on things like Antigua Holidays The market has seen an increase because many tour operators have slashed there prices by as much as 60%.
Result have shown that five star holidays are up this year by 9% which means people are still willing to invest money in a good quality holidays rather than a cheap weekend breaks.

The Industries Biggest cuts have been to the middle eastern region with flights and Dubai Holidays Are extremely cheap, Hopefully the even lower prices may attract tourist to the Crippled region as money needs to be in circulation to keep the tourism even standing.

Around the world cruises are becoming more popular with a strong activities and growth in the sector, Cruises package are very similar to all inclusive family holidays as they offer value for money with no hidden costs and a bonus is that you’re taken to a multitude of holiday destinations without having to go through the stressful flying process.

The results indicated that all Inclusive family holidays accounted for a whopping 28% of the tourism market for the first 3 quarters of the year showing that families are willing to venture abroad and spend a decent amount of money on a quality family holiday abroad.

Top Places to Visit India

India is vast country and there are several places to visit India of tourist interests that can be explored for delightful experience of amazing tourism. Travel and tourism in the country provides a delightful experience with the superb blend of culture, tradition, spirituality, nature beauty and modernization. In fact the county is the land of amazing diversity and its diversity can be observed in its all realms. There are several enchanting travel Packages in the country like Goa, Kerala, Rajasthan, Mumbai, Golden Triangle, Taj Mahal (Agra), Delhi, Himalayan Region, Kashmir, Backwaters, Wildlife, etc. Exploring these globally acclaimed destinations of the country provides delightful experience of India tourism. Below is information about seven topmost travel destinations of the country. Often tourists plan to visit these destinations in India.

Taj Mahal – India’s Star Attraction

Taj Mahal is considered as one of the seventh wonders of the world. It is located on the banks of River Yamuna in Agra, Uttar Pradesh. Built in white marble it is one of the most beautiful monuments in the world. It is the symbol of ultimate love of symbol eternal. This beautiful love monument was by great Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in the loving memory of his beloved wife Rani Mumtaz Mahal after her death. It is one of the must visit attractions of the country. Every year a large gathering of tourists visit this exquisite love monument and do not forget to praise its architecture, beauty and of course to imagine the beauty of Mumtaz Mahal. Worth Visiting! Delightful Experience!

Rajasthan – the Land of Monuments & Kings

Rajasthan is a widely acclaimed travel destination of India. It has a wide range of tourism options like heritage tourism, cultural tourism, wildlife tourism, camel safari of rippling sand dunes, etc. There are several magnificent forts & palaces in this state showing the glorious past of its erstwhile rulers and kings. Some of forts and palaces of the state have now been converted into heritage hotel offering world class accommodation with luxury and unique Indian hospitality. Staying at few days at Rajasthan palace hotels is truly a delightful experience of Rajasthan India Tour.

Kerala – God’s Own Country

Kerala is one of the most beautiful states of India. It is globally famous travel destination blessed with exceptional nature beauty. Beautiful beaches, breathtaking backwaters, luxurious houseboats, beautiful temples, verdant hill stations, beautiful landscapes, rich culture & tradition, exotic cuisine, etc are prime attractions of Kerala. Definitely exploring Kerala is delightful experience of India package tours. Worth exploring!

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