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Pudong Lujiazui Financial Trade Center: China’s financial and commercial hub and home to the Shanghai Stock Exchange.
New Oriental Pearl TV Tower: The Oriental Pearl TV tower, completed on Oct.1 1994, with a height of 468m, is the highest in Asia and the third tallest in the world.
Bund: The Bund is a symbol of Shanghai. The dozens of high buildings, standing on the shore of the Huangpu River, are harmonious in colour and style, thus gaining the name of "gallery of international architectures".
Yu Garden: A famous garden of beauty and tranquillity in the heart of Shanghai, built during the Ming Dynasty, 400 years ago.
Old Town Market: Yuyuan Market, found beside Yu Garden, is a bazaar of stores that sells traditional Chinese arts and crafts and souvenirs Items including chopsticks, Chinese medicine, fans, silk umbrellas, bamboo furniture, pottery, and much more.
People's Square: A large public square adjacent to Nanjing Road, this focal point of Shanghai also contains the Shanghai Grand Theatre and the Shanghai Art Museum, as well the People's Park.
Huangpu River Cruise (Tour S2A only): Here you will have a glimpse of Shanghai's past and look into the bright future of the city. Starting with the fantastic lights of the Bund, the cruise will take around 50 minutes.
Acrobatics Show (Tour S2B only): The world famous Shanghai Acrobatic Troupe has performed around the globe and is a wonderful night out for visitors to Shanghai. Their tightly choreographed and endlessly rehearsed movements are pure art.
XinTian Di: This is the best place to feel and touch the Shanghai of yesterday, today and tomorrow - a leisure entertainment centre with catering, shopping, and an amazing nightlife to suit all tastes and moods, all in a romantic, distinctly Shanghai setting.
Silk Factory: Silk Factory, where you can view the silk making process and maybe pick up that tailored suit you’ve always wanted – it’s your choice!
Nanjing Road: Shop until you drop in the longest shopping street in China and one of the busiest in the world. There’s something for everyone in its vast choice of stores.
Jade Buddha Temple: A beautiful Buddhist temple, founded in 1882 with two spectacular jade Buddha statues imported from Burma.
Shanghai Museum: A vast museum dedicated to all manner of Chinese art and culture, totalling over 120,000 exhibits. 
The Shanghai World Financial Center: The Shanghai World Financial Center is the second tallest building in the world and is located in the Pudong district of the city. The skyscraper consists of offices, hotels, conference rooms, observation decks, with shopping malls on the lower floors and also contains the highest hotel in the world.
Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Hall: The Exhibition Hall is a six-story building, with two basement levels, which displays Shanghai's urban planning and development. Exhibitions include models of planned and recent developments, as well as Shanghai's history. The centerpiece of the exhibition is a huge scale model of the city of Shanghai, showing all existing and approved buildings
Shanghai World Expo Site: Standard Day Single Day Admission Ticket: Standard day ticket holders can enter the Expo area once from May 1 to Oct 31, 2010, excluding May 1 to 3, October 1 to 7 and October 25 to 31    
Huoshan Park: It was built in 1917 and formally known as Wayside Park. During WWII, the Jewish refugees from Europe often came here to relax or get together. Inside the park stands a monument in commemoration of the "Designated Area for Stateless Refugees”.
Zhoushan Road: The buildings at 71-95 Huoshan Road and 1-81 Zhoushan Road, built in the late 1920s, are adjacent to one another in the classic European style. As it was the place where Jewish refugees lived in great numbers during the Second World War, this area become a commercial centre with an exotic atmosphere, knownback then as "Little Vienna".
Shanghai Jewish Refugees Museum: The museum consists of three parts: the former site of Ohel Moshe Synagogue and two exhibition halls. It is an important component of the "Tilanqiao Historic Area" and serves as a witness to the chapter of history when the Jewish refugees lived in Shanghai.
Cafe Atlantic: The former site of Cafe Atlantic is located at 127 Haimen Road. It was run by a Jewish refugee, and Jewish musicians were often invited to give performances there. Now it serves as residential housing.
Mascot Roof Garden: The former site of Mascot Roof Garden is Located at the top of the Broadway Theater, 57 Huoshan Road. It was a famous gathering place for Jewish refugees. Jewish musicians often held concerts here.
The former Site of Jewish refugees shelter: After 1939, seven shelters were set up to provide assistance to the Jewish refugees throughout the city of Shanghai.The largest one, sheltering over 1000 refugees, was inside lane 138 on Changyang Road.
Citizen daily  life
Caoyang community: The first community centre in Shanghai, set up in 1951. This community has 8 kindergarten, 6 primary schools, 6 high schools, 2 vocational schools and 3 old peoples’ homes.
Vegetable and Food Market: This is the kind of market that local Shanghainese buy their food from, besides the big supermarkets. In the market you can see and experience local people buying and selling quality food at great prices.
Family House Visit: The family hosts will cook lunch for you .This local family food tastes even better than food in the expensive restaurants. You will also get a chance to talk to your hosts - the retired couple are pleased to answer your questions about their life, their children, their work etc.
Kindergarten: Visit the kindergarten, a chance to have fun with the adorable Chinese children. You can join in with their painting and music classes, before ending your tour dancing together with all of the children – an enchanting way to end your day



Situated between Shanghai and Suzhou, Zhouzhuang is an ancient town, which abounds with rivers and lakes. The town is over 900 years old, yet the style and features of this magical place and the lives of its inhabitants remain almost unchanged.


Wood Root Carving Museum: Around 300 spectacular root sculptures are on display in the museum's four exhibition rooms. Each of the rooms has a name: Guinness World Records, Eagles, Buddhist Images and the Underwater World.
Button Museum: Xitang is the ‘home of buttons’ in China; the town manufactures the majority of buttons made in the country. The museum has a fascinating collection of over 1,000 buttons, including antique and new buttons made from horn, ivory, silver silk, brass, mother of pearl and bamboo to name but a few of the materials used.
Long Corridor: The most distinctive difference between Xitang and other ancient waterside towns is this long waterside corridor. The total length of this ceilinged corridor is more than 1,000 metres; much like the long corridor in the Summer Palace in Beijing.
Qing Post Office: It is the best-preserved Qing Dynasty Post Office in China, and has a great collection of antique postcards of Old Shanghai and letters written on bamboo amongst its many treasures.
City God Temple: Chenghuangmiao (City God Temple) is where Guanyin (Goddess of Mercy) is still worshipped and is popular amongst those of the Taoist faith.
Kezhi Garden: Situated on Xijing Street, it was so named for ‘schooling’(Ke) and ‘cultivation’ (Zhi). The original owner of the garden was called Ma for his family name so it is also called Ma's garden. The building was started in the first year of the Republic of China (1912) and was finished fifteen years later.


Hundred Beds Museum: Magnificently carved traditional Chinese beds are to be found in this museum. It is located in one of the old two-story houses in the town and the upper level is still used by the family for living purposes, with visitors confined to the ground floor rooms and courtyards. All of the ancient beds in the collection display elaborative carving, luxurious decoration, unique style and excellent design.
Folk Custom Museum: This museum displays the folk customs of birthday and wedding celebrations, as well as various other festivals from the late Qing Dynasty to 1949. The clothes, waxworks and pictures in each themed hall all give you a feeling for the cultural history of the region.
FootbindingMuseum: Footbinding existed in China for over 1,000 years. In feudal Chinese society, a pair of tiny feet was regarded as the biggest treasure a woman could possess. The museum displays 825 pairs of footbinding shoes from various regions of China, as well as many pictures and footbindingtools. It is the first museum of its kind in the world to demonstrate the footbinding culture and is a must-see place for visitors to Wuzhen.
Shadow Play Theatre: The Shadow Play is a leather-silhouette show using props made by ox hide or sheepskin to perform various plays behind a screen. The props are hand-made, using thread to link the joints so that they can move freely, whilst they acrobatically fight gangsters, dragons and tigers. Accompanied by Chinese traditional musical instruments such as urheen and flute, the show enjoys great popularity with all ages.


Tuisi Garden: Tuisi Garden is a classic garden of the Qing era. It boasts a unique layout, with a complete collection of pavilion, terrace, tower, porch, bridge, hall and house surroundinga pond as if they were floating upon it. Together with flourishing trees and colourful flowers, the garden greets visitors with its beauty and charm whatever the season.
Town Square Stage: Enjoy the experience of traditional Chinese opera for free, with regular performances on the purpose-built stage every day.
ChongbenHall: This exquisite hall is renowned for itsvarious sculptures and carvings, such as the 58 quintessential woodcarvings, all reflecting widespread folk stories from the Yangzi River Delta, found at the rear of the hall.
JiayinHall: The main architecture of Jiayin Hall, built in 1912, imitates the style of the Ming dynasty. Magnificent and spacious, it has four courtyards and each structure of this mansion, including beam, rafter, door and window, is engraved with excellent craftsmanship.
Gengle Hall: Gengle Hall was built during the Ming Dynasty and has survived the rise and fall of several dynasties. One crosses three gates to reach the deepest courtyard with its beautiful and pleasant scenery, 41 rooms, and unique buildings such as Lotus Pond, Mandarin Duck Hall, Huanxiu Hall, and Sweet-Scented Osmanthus Hall.


Tiananmen (Gate of Heavely Peace) Square: The largest city square in the world and the spiritual heart of China, where the national flag is raised exactly at sunrise everyday.
The Forbidden City: Located in the centre of Beijing, the former Imperial Palace of the Ming and Qing dynasties with a history of around 600 years. It is the grandest integral palace complex still remaining in China.
The Summer Palace: Located in the north-western outskirts of the city, it was an Imperial summer resort of the Qing Dynasty. With its perfect layout, magnificent buildings and enchanting landscape, it is the most splendid classical garden in China.
Beijing Zoo:the largest zoo in China, where there are several examples of China's rarities most notably Giant Pandas and Golden Monkeys.
Juyongguan Pass: Located 60 kilometresfrom Beijing, this is a renowned pass of the Great Wall of China, included in the World Heritage Directory in 1987.
The Ding Tomb: The burial site of the emperor Wanli, the 13th emperor of the Ming Dynasty who ruled for 48 years until his death in 1620; it is the only underground tomb of the thirteen Ming tombs of the emperors ever excavated.
The Sacred Road: Sitting emperors would pass along this path, lined with stone statues of animals, mystical beasts and officials who will serve the emperor in his afterlife, once a year to perform memorial rituals for the ancestors.
The Temple of Heaven: Visited yearly by the ancient emperors, who performed intricate rituals here to ensure a good harvest for the whole nation.
Hutongs: In Beijing, hutongs are alleys formed by lines of siheyuan, traditional courtyard residences. The neighbourhoods of the city were formed by joining one siheyuan to another to form a hutong, and then joining hutongs one another.


Terracotta Warriors and Horses: Discovered in 1974 by local farmers digging a well, the famous Terracotta Warriors are one of the most significant archaeological finds of the 20th century. These 6,000 life-size painted terracotta warriors and horses, individually sculpted from real-life models and arranged in battle formation, have been protecting the mausoleum of the first emperor in Chinese history - Emperor QinShihuang - for 2,200 years.
The Ancient City Walls: Built during the 14th century Ming Dynasty on Tang Dynasty foundations, the walls are the largest and best-preserved ancient fortress in the world. There are gates in each of the four sides, the towers built over each gate look magnificent and form an impressive defensivesystem.
Big Wild Goose Pagoda: Regarded by many as a symbol of the city, the pagoda was built in 652 A.D in the Tang Dynasty to house the sutras brought back from India by the famous monk Xuanzang.


Reed Flute Cave: The Cave is named after the reedsgrowing immediately outside the entrance, which are used to make fine flutes. Inside the cave, there are various stalagmites, stone curtains, stone flowers and stone pillars, which constitute a unique charm, making it known as a palace of natural art.
Elephant Trunk Hill: The symbol of Guilin City, and given its name because the hill looks exactly like an elephant drinking from the river with its trunk. It is a masterpiece of karst landscape, composed of pure limestone deposited on the sea floor 360 million years ago.
Li River Cruise: A cruise on the Li River forms the showpiece of any trip to Guilin. Whether it’s the wonderful karst peaks, the bamboo and conifer vegetation, the sight of water buffalo on the river’s edge or the fishermen floating by on their bamboo rafts, you are sure to be enchanted at every turn.
Yangshuo: A small and very scenic town, surrounded by mountains and beautiful scenery.The area around Yangshuo is renowned throughout China, and probably the world, for its Karst landscape, with hundreds of limestone hills dotting the countryside. The beautiful landscape here is a common subject of Chinese paintings as well as the inspiration for poetry.


Rounded on the tradition of Wu Culture, the classical gardens of Suzhou have a special appeal to visitors. Up to now, 9 of the classical gardens have been registered by UNESCO as World Cultural Heritage. As early as the Spring and Autumn Period, there appeared a royal garden, “the resort palace of Wu”, its remnant site still being kept on Lingyan Hill. During the Ming and Qing dynasties, when the art of classical gardens reached its zenith, there were 280 gardens in the city. Suzhou has been acknowledged worldwide as “a city of garden”. 
Lingering Garden: One of the four most famous gardens in China, it is well known for the exquisite beauty of its magnificent halls, and the colourful variety of its buildings. The Lingering Garden includes stunning natural landscapes, with the ancestral temples, trees, and flowers blending harmoniously with their surroundings.
Panmen City Gate: The beautiful Panmen Gate Scenic Area, located by a remaining section of the original city wall, chiefly consists of the Pagoda of Auspicious Light, the Land & Water Gates, and Wumen Bridge.
Suzhou No.1 Silk Factory: Visitors to the No.1 Silk Factory will experience the amazing silk production process, from silkworm cocoon to the production of a handmade silk quilt. The factory showroom has many beautiful handmade silk items for sale to suit all budgets.
Grand Canal Boat Trip: Aboard a modern air-conditioned boat, the three-hour cruise on the Grand Canal will definitely feast your eyes on the bustling water traffic and the enthralling waterside village scenery - the well-irrigated paddy fields, flourishing mulberry bushes for silkworms, fish/duck/goose farms, age-old dwelling houses, stone bridges of traditional designs and historical relics.
The Garden of the Master of the Nets: Located on Shiquan Street in Suzhou City with a total area of 0.54 hectares, is the smallest garden in Suzhou, yet is one of the finest and most elegant gardens in all of China.


Lingyin Temple / Monastery Of The Hidden Souls: Lingyin Temple is one of the largest and most famous ancient Buddhist temples in China. It is also famous for its more than 470 stone carvings of Buddhist figures, which date from the 10th to 14th centuries.
Cruise on the West Lake: Lying on the western edge of Hangzhou city, West Lake is the symbol of Hangzhou as well as one of the most beautiful sights in all of China. You will start to feel as if you have become part of a landscape painting, as you marvel at its beautiful splendour.
Meijiawu Tea Plantation: Seated in the hinterland of West Lake Park,Meijiawu has long been known for its Longjing (Dragon Well) Tea. Surrounded by green mountains and the fragrance of tea, just relax and enjoy the special tea culture, taste the fragrant tea and appreciate the beautiful village scenery.
 -Tiger's spring: The Hupao Spring is located in the side yard of the Huichan Temple (commonly known as the Hupao Temple), which is at the foot of the Baihe Peak (White Crane Peak) of Daci Mountain, five kilometers from Hangzhou City, Zhejiang Province. The Hupao Spring takes its name from a legend. According to the legend, an accomplished monk named Huanzhong came and lived here during the 14th year (819) of the Yuanhe reign in the Tang Dynasty (618-907). Later, due to lack of water, the monk planned to leave the temple.
Six harmony pagoda:Built in the year of 970 A.D.,Liuhe pagado stands majestically on the Yuelun Mountain overlooking the Qiantang River. A 60m, impressive octagonal structure of wood and brick, hung with 104 large iron bells on its flying eaves, the tower was originally built to ward off the spirit responsible for the heavy tides which caused so much flooding before the dykes were constructed.


Wuxi, alias Liang Xi and Xi for short, is located in the heart of the Yangtze River delta in the southeast of Jaingsu Province, with the total area of 4,650 square meters and a population of 5.18 million. 128 kilometers west of Shanghai and 183 east of Nanjing.
Yuantouzhu Park: The best place to see the beauty of Lake Taiis from the gardens of the Yuantouzhu peninsula and its nearby islands. Yuan Tou Zhu literally means ‘the Head of the Dragon-Turtle’, inspired by the shape of the peninsula as it extends into the north-western part of the lake. In almost every dynasty famous poets have left poems praising the area's striking natural beauty and tranquil atmosphere. Inside the park are ten famous scenic spots, which include Chongshan Garden, Jiangnan Orchid Garden, Taihu Fairy Islet, and Guangfu Temple.
Three Kingdoms Town: Based on the famous Chinese novel, Romance of Three Kingdoms, the Three Kingdoms Town is located in Dafu Village on the banks of Tai Lake. It is here that The Romance of the Three Kingdoms was filmed. Here, tourists can visit the military camp of Cao, castles on water, warships, and the King of Wu’s Palace and Ganlu (sweet dew) Temple. Film and TV cultural shows, such as the Wedding Ceremony of Liu Bei-the King of Wu kingdom - and the Scheme of Cheating Arrows, with clustered scarecrows on the decks of warships, are performed regularly in the town.


Nanjing, known as Jinling in ancient times, is the capital of Jiangsu
Province. It is located on the lower reaches of the Yangtze River,
surrounded by mountains and rivers, with a humid climate. Nanjing
served as the capital for ten dynasties.
Confucius Temple: The Confucius Temple in Nanjing was originally constructed during the Song Dynasty. It is devoted to the memory of Confucius, the great philosopher and educator of ancient China. It includes three building complexes: the Confucius Temple itself, the JiangnanGongyuan (the place of imperial examinations) and the Xue Gong (the Imperial Academy). The inner hall of the Temple contains the largest figure of Confucius in China amongst its treasures.
Mausoleum of Dr. Sun Yat-sen: The mausoleum is located in the Zhong Mountain Scenic Area in the eastern suburb of Nanjing.The remains of Dr. Sun, who was the pioneer of the Chinesedemocratic revolution was buried here on June 1, 1929. The whole Mausoleum Scenic Area represents an alarm bell as seen from the air, symbolising the noble and heroic efforts of Dr. Sun Yat-sen’s devotion to the Chinese people, in the struggle to win Chinese independence. Around the Mausoleum there are many memorial buildings such as the Zhengqi Pavilion, Open-air Music Hall, Waxwork Home of Democratic Revolution and the Sun Yat-sen Museum.
Xuanwu Lake: Lying in the city centre of Nanjing, Xuanwu Lake is known for its beauty and its surrounding environment, including the nearby ancient city wall.The lake contains five small islands, connected by bridges and dykes. Each island has its own diverse landscapes and gardens, with different plant and flower species, and rockeries. Xuanwu Lake is the most beautiful in Nanjing and one of the most famous lakes south of the Yangtze River.


Xinjiang lies in the centre of Eurasia, with the Kunlun and the Alkin Mountains in the sourth, the Pamirs, known as the Roof of the World, in the southwest, the Altay Mountains in the north, and the Tianshan Mountains in the middle, which divides Xinjiang into two different natural geographical parts, South Xinjiang and North Xinjiang.
Xinjiang has all along been known as the “Home of Melon and Fruit”. The seedless grapes produced in Turpan, the Hami melons in Shanshan, the fragrant pears in Korla, the apples in lli,the white apricots in Kuqa, the figs in Artux, The thin-shelled walnuts in Aksu and Hontanm the pomegranates and pears in Yecheng, and some other fruits and melons produced in other places are all of excellent quality and taste sweet.
Xinjiang is also known as the “Home of Gold and Jade”. The Altay Mountains abound in gole, and the Kunlun Mountains in precious stones and jades.
Xinjiang has a long history for its animal husbandry, The Xinjiang fine-wool sheep, the Altay fat-tail sheep, the lli horses and the Xinjiang brown oxen ate all well-known both in China and abroad.
Sunday bazzar:: has been operating since ancient times, and the scale has become larger and larger, attracting merchants from all over Xinjiang and neighboring countries such as Pakistan and Kirghizstan.
Idigar Mosque:is China's largest mosque and able to hold 6,000 worshippers. On religious feast days, up to 50,000 worshipper come for Friday prayer。
Karakuli Lake It is about 3600 meters above sea level. with its surrounding mountains Muztagata which is 7546 meters above sea level and the Gongeer Peaks with 7719 meters。
Aparkhoja Tomb: it is a tomb of the descendants of an Islamic sage, built around 1640 AD in Xinjiang. 
Xinjiang museum: This has a large collection of silk items from many periods of history. Brocades from Eastern Han and specialized silk-woven products of the great Tang Dynasty are highlighted.  
The International Bazaar: This is the largest Uygur bazaar in Urumqi, where you'll find a bustling market full of fruit, clothing, crafts, knives, carpets and more.
Jiaohe Ancient City: The city's name means 'the River City'. It was founded during the first century B.C. and abandoned during the 15th century.
Karez well is a very delicate irrigation system made up of vertical wells,underground canals, above-ground canals and small reservoirs. Generally, a karez is 3 kilometers (1.9 miles) with the longest being 20 to 30 kilometers (12 - 19 miles) with several dozen vertical wells. Sometimes the number of vertical wells exceeds 300. Until today, the shortest karez found is only 30 meters (98 feet) long.


Potala Palace: This wonderful building, now converted into a museum, contains chapels and shrines, as well as libraries full of Buddhist Scriptures.With its worldwide reputation, the Potala stands on the Red Hill overlooking the Tibetan city of Lhasa and is major national cultural monument under special protection by the government.
Jokhang Monastery: Jokhang is the spiritual centre of Tibet, the Holy of Holies, the destination of millions of Tibetan pilgrims. Unlike the lofty Potala, the Jokhang has intimate, human proportions, bustling with worshippers and redolent with mystery. The outer courtyard and porch of the temple are usually filled with pilgrims making full-length prostration towards the holy sanctum. Its innermost shrine contains the oldest, most precious object in Tibet - the original gold stature of Sakyamuni, the historical Buddha, which Princess Wen Cheng brought from Cháng’ān 1,300 years ago.
NamtsoLake: It is the highest salt-water lake in the world at 4,718 metres above sea level. It is 72 kilometres long from east to west and 30 kilometres wide from south to north and has an area of 1,940 square kilometres. It is one of the three holy lakes in Tibet and commands deep respect among the local people. In the Tibetan year of the sheep, pilgrims from faraway come here to walk around the lake. It takes more than 10 days to circle the lake once.

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