Blog Tag - Travel

Datong: A Historical City in Flux Worthy of a Weekender 
Located an hour’s flight or a 4.5-hour bus ride west of Beijing and bordering Inner Mongolia, Shanxi province’s city of Datong is, putting it blun
20 Bars That Should Be on Your Beijing Drinking Itinerary
Beijing’s bar scene has exploded over the past decade, with something to satisfy everything from sophisticated oenophiles to obsessive hopheads.
Mandarin Monday: How to Buy Tickets and Take a Train in China
Mandarin Monday is a weekly column where – similar to ou
852 Suds, A Guide to Hong Kong’s Craft Beer Scene
Hong Kong is a little like a diamond: you may think you’ve seen its sparkle, but turn it over and there are even more shiny facets to find.
DP Beijing's Excellent Okra 1949 Has a Hong Kong Sibling: Okra Kitchen
Whenever anyone asks me what my favorite Japanese restaurant in Beijing is, Okra 1949 in
Chinese Travel Ban Ridiculed on Twitter: "Come to Korea Where There Are No Chinese"
Not content with targeting K-Pop stars, Lotte Mart, and even...
Could you be the Next WildChina Explorer?
Do you spend every free afternoon at your desk scrolling through Instagram and daydreaming about your next adventure?
Surge of Returning Spring Breakers Cause Travel Chaos
If you're thinking now is a convenient time to go traveling, think again.
2016 Visitors to Beijing Palace Museum Topped 16 Million, An Average of 40,000 Every Day
The Forbidden City is known for its overwhelming crowds during peak periods. Last year, visitors to Beijing’s famous Palace Museum...
Weekend Getaways: Gubei Water Town
Gubei Water Town is an ancient village away from the hustle and bustle of central Beijing.
Local Journo Documents Extensive Fake Taxis Preying on Arrivals to Beijing's Terminal 2
Beijing's airport is rife with fake taxis that pay a gang boss RMB 1,200 a month to jump the normal queue and are equipped with sophisticated mete
How to Have an #instaperfect Trip to Beijing
Who doesn't want to catch a #perfect #photooftheday during a trip to unknown territories, the kind that gives your friends the ultimate #travel en
Awe-Inspiring Temples and Bohemian Living With a Short Break in Siem Reap
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
Plan Ahead: China Railway Shortens the Presale Period from 60 to 30 Days
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
Z Visa Holders Can Now Use E-Lane at Immigration
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