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Ascend to the peaks of Yellow Mountain to view a sea of soft clouds stretching out below you. Adorned with pine trees and stone-carved steps dating back more than a thousand years, this mountain is a monument of classic Chinese beauty. The mist-swathed peaks of Huangshan are an elegant Chinese scroll painting come to life. …

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Learn about the customs and way of life of the Hakka people in the southern province of Fujian. The Hakka are a subgroup of Han Chinese with their own language, culture, and in Fujian, their own type of UNESCO World Heritage earthen rural dwellings. Called tulou, these enormous circular residences housed up to 80 families and …

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Be enchanted by China’s lesser-known Tibetan regions of Qinghai and Gansu, where elderly monks create intricate thangka artworks to the flicker of yak-butter candles, and locals herd livestock across pristine grasslands. “Glamping” among nomads, you’ll enjoy a magical blend of cultural immersion and off-the-beaten-track adventure. Experience how Tibetan Buddhism has manifested itself outside of Tibet …

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For centuries, the winding province of Gansu marked the eastern edge of the exotic Silk Road. On this adventurous twist on a classic Silk Road tour, you’ll encounter sand dunes that sing in the wind, mountains with colors that dance in the sunlight, and deserts that hide ancient Buddhist art in clandestine caves. Day 1: …

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For centuries, China’s imperial court used porcelain hand-crafted in the workshops of Jingdezhen to decorate their palaces. They tried to keep their discovery a secret, but porcelain was covertly traded all the way to Europe where it quickly became a treasured item. You may have heard of “fine china” and here is where it got …

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Explore the delights of the Yangtze River with our luxury four-day boat cruise down this special waterway in central China. At nearly 6440km long, this river is the longest in Asia and the third-longest in the world. The river is the lifeblood of many Chinese who live near its banks and live their lives by …

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The Seongsu area around Seoul Forest has earned the reputation of being the “Brooklyn of Seoul”, with cafes such as Daelim Warehouse, Zagmachi, or.er, Café Cow&Dog being new hangout places for the hip and young Koreans. Café Onion itself which has fast become a popular landmark of the area, is converted from a metal factory. …

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Traditional timber houses, cobbled streets and Naxi culture against the backdrop of the Jade Dragon Snow Mountain Lijiang is a wonderfully picturesque, historic city, found in the northwest part of China’s Yunnan district and along the famous trade route known as the Ancient Tea Horse Road. Here the Old Town – a UNESCO World Heritage …

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8-Days – Departs Daily on a Private Basis; Seoul, ChunCheon, Jeju Embark on a thrilling summertime excursion in Korea. From late spring to early autumn, Korea offers a plethora of outdoor activities and adventures, ranging from skydiving in Ansan to windsurfing Seoul’s Han River to hiking on Jeju Island. Your journey will cover a significant amount of …

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Along the Ping river in Chiang Mai, a glistening jewel of a hotel has recently opened, offering a new spin on local design techniques. The Little Shelter hotel was designed by Bangkok-based architecture, interior and landscape design firm Department of Architecture Co., whose design of the fourteen-room hotel is a homage to the traditional housing …

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