Wangfujing Street is one of the four prosperous shopping streets in Beijing with over 1.5 km of length offering a wide range of modern and old stores.
Nanluoguxiang, aka South Gong and Drum Lane, is an 800-years old hutong in Beijing in which, a wide range of modern and ancient shops are lined up.
Yonghe Temple in Beijing, known as the Palace of Peace and Harmony, is Tibetan largest and the best-preserved lamasery in China constructed in 1694.
Canton Tower or Guangzhou TV Tower (aka Supermodel) is an iconic radio and TV tower in the Haizhu District of Guangzhou, China.
Old Summer Palace (aka Yuanmingyuan Ruins) used to be the most magnificent imperial garden during the Qing Dynasty era.
Located in Dali, The Three Pagodas are an ensemble of three cream-colored pagodas made of brick and covered with white mud forming the corners of a triangle.
Badaling Great Wall is the most visited section of The Great Wall of China with 65,000 visitors a day. Badaling great wall is constructed in 1504 during the Ming Dynasty era.
The Bund, also known as the Waitan, is a stunning waterfront promenade and the symbol of the city located in central Shanghai on the banks of the Huangpu River.
Built in 1409, Ming Tombs (aka Thirteen Tombs of the Ming Dynasty) is a UNESCO heritage site near Beijing in which, 13 emperors of the Ming Dynasty were buried.
Established in 2008, Shanghai World Financial Center (SWFC) is a supertall skyscraper designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox as a first-class financial center in China.
Located in Chaing Mai of Thailand, Lahu Village (Lahu Hill Tribe Village) is the home of Lahu Tribe with a population of 60000 and a traditional atmosphere.
Dali Erhai Lake, the Ear-shaped Sea, offers a beautiful landscape and water which is crystal clear. For this reason, it is common to hear the “Pearl of Plateau” and “Jade Erhai Lake” in reference to the lake near Dali, Yunnan Province in China.