Botanical Gardens

Botanical Gardens which in total cover an area of 400 hectares (making this the largest botanical exhibition in the county), are divided into various distinct gardens – each of which showcases the beauty of predominantly northern Chinese flora. This is not just a park – it’s a scientific reserve, and from every tree in the […]

Qinghai Lake

Qinghai Lake, known as “Kokonor” in Mongolian and “Tso Ngonbo” in Tibetan, is the largest lake in China. Tibetan nomads live around the lake, and in the summer, fields of rapeseed flowers bloom on the shores. Of the five small islands in the lake, Bird Island is the most well-known, as many species of migratory […]

Explore Zhangjiajie

In central China, there is a fascinating scenic area called Zhangjiajie. Zhangjiajie is located in the northwestern part of Hunan Province, about 265 kilometers to the northwest of Changsha, the provincial capital. Most scenic spots in the area are situated in the northern part of Zhangjiajie city. Spots such as Wulingyuan Scenic and Historic Interest […]