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Beijing? Even if you haven’t, you’ll know that it’s massive! Trying to find unique or hidden local things to do in China’s capital can be tough, which is why we asked our local team to help us out and let you know some of their favourite local...
It used to seem obvious that tea was the most widely consumed drink in the world, after water. But with coffee shops popping up all over the place and the twitteratti debating the merits of flat whites and cold brews, you might be forgiven for thinking that coffee has overtaken...Read more
One of the most crossed borders in the world, Tijuana draws visitors in with its nightlife, restaurants, and bars. The city also has a vibrant arts scene and emerging independent arts spaces in Zona Centro. If that weren’t enough, where else can you watch lucha libre and drink some fine tequila? If...Read more
Vibrant Shanghai is China’s largest city and has something to offer every type of traveller. Some might find the sheer size and pace a bit overwhelming, but once you start getting to know the city, it’s hard not to find something to be charmed by — be it a beautiful...Read more
Guangzhou, the capital of the province of Guangdong, is China’s third largest city and located just across the border from Hong Kong. Guangzhou may not have the same level of recognition as Shanghai orRead more
Beijing, but there’s just as much to see and do here. Only have 24 hours to...
The Great Wall of China might be synonymous with Coke as one of the most recognised brands in the world. And yes, I do mean “brand” because tourist attractions to the wall are businesses unto themselves. But just because it’s a major hub for crowds of tourists (and money-making) doesn’t...Read more
Formerly known as Canton, Guangzhou is China’s third largest city and one of the busiest transport hubs in the country. The capital of Guangdong Province might not be as well-known asRead more
Beijing or Shanghai — but it should be. The ancient city has a history that goes back over 2,000...
Why visit just one country when a stopover can let you see two for little-to-no extra cost? Many airlines permit a stopover on their transit routes, and making the most of it means you can experience the cafés in Paris or hit up the markets in Hong Kong. Not only does...Read more
Gong Xi Fa Cai, Kung Hei Fat Choi!, Chúc Mừng Năm Mới, Losar La Tashi Delek, Saehae Bog Manh-I Badeuseyo… No matter how you say it, if you’re one of the many people celebrating the Lunar New Year this week, we wish you a year of luck, happiness, and good...Read more
For many destinations around the world, New Year celebrations would be reason enough to visit. We think of wild parties, epic firework displays, and a lively atmosphere of eat, drink, and be merry. However, for Chinese New Year, this isn’t exactly the case. In China, the welcoming of the New...Read more