Blog Tag - Talking Travel
In Beijing we're no strangers to things masquerading as the real deal; there have been ...
Figuring out how to escape Beijing's cold is always a challenge, but one way to escape it is to completely freeze your limbs off in what is basica
Not enough money or time to leave China? Fret not – there are plenty of opportunities to suit every type of traveler, regardless of the season.
The Forbidden City is known for its overwhelming crowds during peak periods. Last year, visitors to Beijing’s famous Palace Museum...
Gubei Water Town is an ancient village away from the hustle and bustle of central Beijing.
Foodies looking to get out of Beijing need to look no further than Singapore, where the cuisines of India and Malaysia have merged with southern C
Ah, travel. Probably one of the main reasons you decided to move over to Beijing.
Geez, step away from the Talking Travel desk to work remotely from Koh Samui and the local travel industry lights up.
Been a while since I've been at the Talking Travel desk and a lot has happened, most of it good news for travelers. But not all.
Siem Reap is the main jumping off point for the UNESCO World Heritage listed Angkor Archeological Park, home to the ancient cities and temple comp
Standing on China’s southernmost borders, Yunnan’s cultural and culinary complexity have fascinated travelers for centuries.
There are plenty of things to love about winter in Beijing – ice skating on Houhai, a glass of mulled wine after a stroll in the hutongs, shopping
It’s almost that time of the year again: the annual migration of a billion of people rushing around, trying to get home for Spring Festival. If yo