People’s Square

People’s Square is a large public square that houses many municipal buildings and which divides Nanjing Road in East and West. The place doesn’t really say much, but it is more than likely that you’ll pass by this place during your visit to Shanghai. Some of the things you will see around the square. People’s […]

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Jade Buddha Temple

This temple is probably not a must-see in Shanghai, but if you have the time and want to see some religious culture, then this is a nice option. The building itself is quite beautiful, with yellow walls and wooden gates. After seeing many Buddhist temples across China, this doesn’t seem to be so interesting. But […]

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Nanjing Road

You’re bound to be on this road more than once during your visit to Shanghai, as it is the main commercial street in the city. If you’re looking to do some shopping, then this is the place. You can find anything, from world famous brands, to Chinese souvenir shops. Flagship stores such as Apple or […]

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Pudong

Pudong has many skyscrapers with observation decks to choose from. Here are the options for the most famous ones. Oriental Pearl Tower The best thing about this TV tower is not its height but its form, which is very odd and attractive, so our thought is that it is best to see it than to […]

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The Bund

A waterfront promenade on the west bank of the Huangpu River, the Bund is the most famous sight of Shanghai, mainly for two reasons: the cultural and historical importance, and the views! On the West side, you can see a line of Western-style buildings that served many purposes. On the East side, across the river, […]

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Lama Temple

The Lama Temple, or Yonghe Temple as it is actually called, is a monastery of Tibetan Buddhism and one of the typical stops in any visit to Beijing. Once an imperial residence, it is now a great sample of Chinese architecture with many halls and courtyards. It is an active temple and you can see […]

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Temple of Heaven

The Temple of Heaven is a religious site from Imperial times. In this place, emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties used to perform sacrifices in the Heaven Worship Ceremony. It is located on the grounds of a beautiful garden where you can see locals dancing, playing tennis or practicing tai-chi. The park was designed […]

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Hue

Hue – Imperial Vietnam Located on the brink of the Perfume River in the central area of the country, Hue is a mandatory destination for those interested in the Imperial history of Vietnam. A small, easy to walk downtown governed by a marvelous Citadel and Imperial City, and very nice surroundings where tombs from many […]

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Hoi An

Hoi An is one of the must-visit places any traveller that goes to Vietnam has in the plan. And we have to admit it, there are reasons for this. The Ancient town (a.k.a. as old town) is a unique example of a South East Asian trading Port from the 16th Century, with incredibly well preserved […]

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Hanoi

The Capital of Reunified Vietnam is one of a kind, a city that awakens all senses as you go through it showing what really lively streets are like. Some words that define Hanoi are street food, traffic, motorbikes, lake, organized chaos, water puppets, a bay and socialism. We can promise all of these things make […]

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