Blog Category - Travel

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.
R Shenzhen Sightseeing: What is There to See in the Southernmost Pearl of the River Delta?
A city with a population of almost 12 million, Shenzhen is one of the five largest and wealthiest municipalities in China.
DP Beijing's Best Tour Companies
Beijing is a pretty easy city to get around for visitors, even for those who don't speak Chinese, but taking a tour can still improve your overall
British Artist Talks About Walking, Mapping the Sixth Ring Road for Psychogeographic Project
Fewer things could seem worse to most Beijingers than spending more time than necessary on one of the city's ring roads.
A World Close but Unknown: One Man’s Mission to Explore Xicheng’s Sights in Two Days
The west side of Beijing has always been something of a black spot in my exploration of the city given that fun, work, and housing tended to gravi
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
In Search of Buried Treasure at the Ming Tombs
Following our recent visit to the Summer Palaces, my family and I
Massive Delays Ahead as Beijing Airport Shuts Down Main Runway in April
Getting in and out of Beijing will be a pain next month as the...
Get Out: Serene Gardens and Meandering Waterways Await with a Short Break in Suzhou and Tongli
As the old saying goes, “above there is heaven; below, there is Suzhou and Hangzhou” (上有天堂 下有苏杭 shàng yǒu tiāntáng xià yǒu sū háng), refe
DP Spring’s Blooming: Yuyuantan Park Embraces Cherry Blossom Season, Best Time is This Weekend
“Earth laughs in flowers,” an ode to the supremacy of Mother Nature and penned by American essayist Ralph Waldo Emerson, which may explain why we
DP To Open on June 1, Camera-ready Hotel Jen Is A Big Promise at CBD
On a heavily polluted morning late last week, we paid Hotel Jen a visit – the new mega-venue in town, and undoubtedly to be one of the coolest spa
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...
Three Years after MH370's Disappearance, Beijingers Remain Forgotten
Three years ago Wednesday morning, a Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 took off from Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
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?
Spring Hike: See the Silver Mountain and Pagoda Forest
As the weather is gradually getting warmer and warmer, why not get active by hiking this spring?