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  • Beijing Chrysanthemum Exhibition: Adding Colour in Autumn…

    Beijing Chrysanthemum Exhibition: Adding Colour in Autumn

    In many countries, the blooming of the beautiful chrysanthemum flowers is a pleasant reminder that autumn is upon them. In other countries, it is of a greater significance. In Australia, for an instance, the flowers are given on mother’s day … Continue reading

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  • Explore Imperia China at the Forbidden City…

    Explore Imperia China at the Forbidden City

    Beijing is a city of many facets; the historical Beijing with its landscaped gardens, pavilions and palaces paint a picture of Chinese imperial dominance, the communist Beijing pays homage to the cultural revolution of Mao and the commercial district of … Continue reading

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  • Yonghe Lamasery in Beijing – Witness the Allure of China 

    Yonghe Lamasery in Beijing – Witness the Allure of China’s Culture

    Travellers have been exploring the world for centuries in search of new experiences and glimpses of cultures vastly different to their own. For a truly unique experience full of colour and beauty incomparable to that anywhere else in the world … Continue reading

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  • Red Leaf Festival at Fragrant Hill- When the surrounding goe…

    Red Leaf Festival at Fragrant Hill- When the surrounding goes crimson!

    Red leaf festival in Beijing is a celebration which takes place during the winter season. This month long festival takes place in the Fragrant Hill starting from the 15th October and goes till the 15th November. If you decide to … Continue reading

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  • Welcoming the New Millennium – Chinese Century Altar…

    Welcoming the New Millennium – Chinese Century Altar

    Beijing, the capital city of China, is one of the most urban and populous cities in the world. Serving as the political, cultural and educational hub of the nation, Beijing combines both the traditions of China and the marvels of … Continue reading

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  • Prince Gong Mansion In Beijing – A Window into the Qing Dy…

    Prince Gong Mansion In Beijing – A Window into the Qing Dynasty

    Located west of Beijing’s Forbidden City, the Prince Gong Mansion (also called the Gong Wang Fu Museum) is the biggest and best preserved examples of architecture from the Qing Dynasty. In total, the mansion and its gardens span an area … Continue reading

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Ella Travel Guide – what to expect

Famous for the waters that beckon its shores, Sri Lanka has more than sandy beaches to offer. As one progresses inland the country’s terrain rises to kiss the skies. One of such effortlessly breath taking town in the central hills … Continue reading

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Great Bell Temple – Get a closer look at China’s largest bell

The mighty capital of China draws over four million visitors each year, all eager to discover the wonders of the Far East. The centrally located Somerset Zhong Guan Cun Beijing provides an ideal base in a city which holds as many … Continue reading

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Bright Filial Piety Temple – The temple with the longest history in Goat City

Temple Guangxiao also known as Bright Filial Piety Temple is a place not to be missed. This key National Cultural Preservation Site was once the residence of Zhao Jiande, the Nanyue King in the Western Han Dynasty and during the … Continue reading

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