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    The Forbidden City, also known as the Palace Museum, was the imperial residence of the Ming (1368-1644) and Qing (1644-1911) Dynasties. The complex has 70 structures and ...

  • This museum has five floors that detail the ambitious plans of Shanghai's urban planners. Visitors are provided with a glimpse of how Shanghai will look like ...

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    Situated in the south of the city, this stunning temple park was built between 1406 and 1420. It was here that the emperors of the Ming and Qing Dynasties ...

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    Located just minutes off the coast from Xiamen, this island enjoys legendary status with locals and visitors (Dick Nixon lodged here in 1972). Despite its small size ...

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    By night, the upstairs disco at this popular bar has plenty of 1980s music that keeps people dancing well into the early hours. The downstairs area provides a respite from the chaos ...

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    D'Aguilar Street

    Lan Kwai Fong was once an "expat hangout," but locals have gradually joined in the party fun. Centered around an L-shaped cobblestone lane just above the Central business area, Lan Kwai ...

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    Tiananmen, the front gate of the Forbidden City, is considered the center of Beijing. With its raised viewing balcony overlooking Tiananmen Square , it was ...

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    Originally built in the days of Kublai Khan, this park was used for recreation by the emperors of post-Kublai Khan dynasties. The famous White Pagoda standing ...

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    One of the two major commercial streets in Shanghai (in addition to Huai Hai Road), Nan Jing Road spans 5.5 kilometres east to west. On both sides of the road are more than 600 ...

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    Connaught Road

    Alrighty, who wants to see an escalator? Well, this 800-meter (2625-foot) hillside escalator starts from Queen's Road Central, runs to the Hang Seng Bank Building on Des Voeux Road Central, then ...