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Gửi lúc 08:19' 14/03/2012
Known as "the City of Eternal Spring," Kunming experiences sunny dry summers and temperate winters. Annual temperatures average 15°C (59°F), peaking at 20°C (68 °F) during the summer, and dropping to 7.5°C (45.5°F) in the winter


Gửi lúc 08:09' 14/03/2012
For the French it was their ignorance amongst other things that led to their downfall. Though they knew the Viet Minh had some troops in the surrounding hills, nothing was done about it, until it was too late. On 10 March 1954 , to the horror of the French, Viet Minh shells started landing on the airstrip.


Gửi lúc 08:07' 14/03/2012
Nam Giao Esplanade is an open-air monument - The model of architecture bears both the religious and political significance of Oriental feudalism. Nam Giao Esplanade was built based on the dogma of heaven fate of Confucianism. The structure of the terraces also shows the misunderstanding deriving from old thoughts on the Universe of the prior times: circular heavens and square earth.


Gửi lúc 07:50' 14/03/2012
With its gorgeous natural landscapes, Mt Huangshan has long been a popular subject for Chinese paintings. Artworks on the natural beauty of Mt. Huangshan, esp. the "Four Wonders" - fantastic pines, grotesque rocks, sea of clouds and hot spring, are surely worth collecting. Also local featured artworks like carving products are of great value as home decorations. Besides these, local specialties like Maofeng Tea, Hui Ink Sticks are recommended for visitors' shopping as well....


Gửi lúc 07:46' 14/03/2012
The beautiful mountains and rivers of ancient Huangshan were the home of many wealthy merchants (named Hui Merchants in the old time) and powerful families, forming part of a flourishing Huizhou culture. Because of the natural geographic boundaries, people from the Huangshan area have been able to mostly maintain their distinct customs and folk traditions.


Gửi lúc 07:41' 14/03/2012
Huangshan City has a humid sub-tropical monsoon climate with four distinct seasons. Spring and autumn are short, only two months each, while summer and winter each last four months. The area is warm and wet, with a lot of cloudy days.


Gửi lúc 07:26' 14/03/2012
Getting some knowledge about Huangshan's transportation will be very useful for your trip since the city center of Huangshan is not very close to the best scenic spots of Mt. Huangshan.


Gửi lúc 07:24' 14/03/2012
Getting some knowledge about Huangshan's transportation will be very useful for your trip since the city center of Huangshan is not very close to the best scenic spots of Mt. Huangshan.


Gửi lúc 07:22' 14/03/2012
Huangshan City has a recorded history of over 2200 years dating back to Qin Dynasty (221-206 BC). The city was once a land of celebrities and has been the home of splendid cultures and great achievements. The city was once known as Xin'an and Huizhou . It only received its current name in 1987 after going through name changes during the Jin Dynasty (265-420 AD) and Song Dynasty(960-1279 AD).


Gửi lúc 05:06' 14/03/2012
Victoria Peak, locally known as the Peak, is the highest point of Hongkong and occupies the western part of the island. It is the best place to see the stunning views of the renowned Victoria Harbor and the bustling Kowloon and Hong Kong Island at the daytime and the most spectacular display of lights when night falls


Gửi lúc 05:04' 14/03/2012
Hong Kong has been long known as a Shopping Paradise. The free port offers a dazzling choice of commodities as its malls, department stores and designer boutiques offer an amazing contrast to the bustling open-air markets nestled among the towering skyscrapers. While street markets and shopping malls offer a broad selection of items all in one place, several areas of Hong Kong have their specialties. Get into the zone and...


Gửi lúc 05:03' 14/03/2012
Hong Kong may well be considered the lap of luxury for the gourmet and the gourmand alike. Look no further than Causeway Bay, Lan Kwai Fong, Soho and Stanley, and wander the winding streets of Kowloon for a taste of traditional Chinese and local Cantonese cuisine. This is a land of plenty, where no appetite need go unsatisfied. Not only is Hong Kong the Culinary Capital of Asia but also a place where you can dine in style with incredible views, overlooking the harbor, or savor the joy...