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    Mutianyu, Miyun

    To the east of the Great Wall at Ba Da Ling and 70 kilometers from the city is this restored section of the Great Wall. This three- kilometer stretch has 25 beacon towers, watch ...

  • This luxurious golf club is a short taxi ride from downtown Shanghai. It is equipped with tennis courts, a swimming pool, lake, gym, children's playing area, 18-hole ...

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    Western District

    The Western District ironically is not "Western" at all. It is the traditional "Chinatown" area of the city. It is filled with many specialty shops that are not seen in other ...

  • 34.

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    2 Chuk Yuen Village

    Probably the most well-known and busiest temple in the city, Wong Tai Sin was built in 1973 on the site of a previous temple dating back to 1921. The current temple is an excellent ...

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    Beijing

    Located 15 kilometers from central Beijing, this World Heritage Site is a popular tourist attraction. The Summer Palace is a breathtaking display of ancient art and architecture, lush royal ...

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    Hsiao-shih

    Applauded as a "wonder of the world" this flooded cave, which was hollowed out 5 million years ago, allows visitors to enjoy spelunking and ...

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    Garden Road

    The Peak Tram ascends the steep incline of Victoria Peak , offering visitors a convenient way of getting to the peak and all its sightseeing amenities. The Tram, which is ...

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    Shanghai

    The museum occupies a heritage building that once overlooked a racecourse. This landmark of old Shanghai is People's Square (Ren Min Guang Chang). There are twelve exhibition ...

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    Shanghai

    Cotton Club has the distinction of being the first and the most popular live blues and jazz bar in Shanghai. Buzzing with people, especially on weekends, the raucous bar sees a ...

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    Shanghai

    People's Square (Ren Min Guang Chang) is a vast public square surrounded by government buildings. Truly an urban park, it features manicured greenery and, at its heart, the ...