Guizhou, China

It's hard to call Guìzhōu (贵州) underrated as a travel destination when it's largely unknown to travellers outside China entirely – and what a travesty of justice.

The province has two of the country's largest and most spectacular natural features – a waterfall and a cave – while outside the capital, Guìyáng, it's pretty much green hills and valleys, flowing rivers and limestone formations to the horizon. There's even a 'bamboo sea'.

Evelin Tsys
Evelin Tsys
2 june 2019

Hong Kong

The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region is one of two Special Administrative Regions of the People's Republic of China (the other is Macau). It is one of the richest and most highly developed places in China and even the world. Hong Kong grew quickly in the decades after World War II. It is now a famous world class financial center.

The population of Hong Kong is more than seven million. The economy has rapidly grown from a trading port to a very rich city.

Evelin Tsys
Evelin Tsys
27 may 2019

China

China's natural attractions are incredibly powerful and hugely diverse. And there's so much of it!

You can be certain of finding landscapes that resonate with you, whether your heart's set on rice terraces and river gorges or fantasy-land karst mountains and wild flower meadows.

Evelin Tsys
Evelin Tsys
24 may 2019

Guizhou, China

Guizhou is a multi-minority province in Southwest China. It is located southwest of Beijing, and northwest of Guilin and Hong Kong.

Guizhou is famous for its marvelous landscapes, unsophisticated ethnic customs, cultural and historical relics, and pleasant climate.

Evelin Tsys
Evelin Tsys
23 may 2019

Qinghaі, China

Big, bold and beautifully barren, Qīnghǎi (青海), larger than any country in the EU, occupies a vast swath of the northeastern chunk of the Tibetan Plateau.

As far as Tibetans are concerned, this is Amdo, one of old Tibet’s three traditional provinces. Much of what you’ll experience here will feel more Tibetan than Chinese; there are monasteries galore, yaks by the thousands and nomads camped out across high-altitude grasslands.

Evelin Tsys
Evelin Tsys
17 may 2019

Guizhou, China

Situated in southwest China and attributed to subtropical plateau zone, Guizhou is known as "Qian" for short. Mountains and hills take up over 97% area of Guizhou Province where visitors could see the most typical Kaste area in the world.

With unique surroundings, varied topography, pleasant weather and a temperature of 15 °c on an average without sever cold in winter and sweltering hot in summer, Guiyang is suitable for travelers to visit all around the year.

Evelin Tsys
Evelin Tsys
17 may 2019

Hong Kong 🇭🇰

Hong Kong is a popular tourist destination in southeastern Asia, with a mixture of Eastern and Western cultural influences. It has four main areas: Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, the New Territories and a group of smaller islands.

The words Hong Kong mean “Fragrant Harbor,” so named because of its deep-water harbor, which has contributed to Hong Kong’s success as a center for international trade and finance.

Evelin Tsys
Evelin Tsys
3 may 2019

Hong Kong, China

Hong Kong is a vibrant city, and a major gateway to China.

At the south-eastern tip of China, Hong Kong covers Hong Kong Island, Lantau Island, the Kowloon Peninsula and the New Territories, including 262 outlying islands.

Between Hong Kong Island and the Kowloon Peninsula lies Victoria Harbour, one of the world's most renowned deep-water harbours.

Evelin Tsys
Evelin Tsys
16 april 2019

Hong Kong 🇭🇰

5 facts about Hong Kong:

1. Hong Kong is among the richest cities in the world. It has more Rolls Royce per person than any other region in the globe.

2. The name of the city is a Cantonese phrase that translates to fragrance harbor.

3. The city has the highest number of skyscrapers in the world.

4. The city is known to have the largest fleet of ferries in the world transporting people and goods to Macau and various Chinese cities.

5. The city is famous for producing some of the best Kung Fu movies and actors including Jacky Chan and Bruce Lee.

Evelin Tsys
Evelin Tsys
9 april 2019

Hong Kong, China

5 Facts about Hong Kong:

1. There are no restrictions in Hong Kong on selling alcohol to minors.

2. Not only does Hong Kong have gigabit internet, but they have it for $26 a month.

3. You can get married at the McDonalds in Hong Kong. It includes a balloon wedding dress, balloon rings, venue, and of course, food by McDonalds. This costs about $2000 USD.

4. Less than 25% of Hong Kong island is urbanized. 40% of the island is reserved for parks and recreation and the rest is virgin forests.

5. Visitors to Hong Kong are only legally allowed to bring in 19 cigarettes, not packs.

Evelin Tsys
Evelin Tsys
8 april 2019

Shanghai, China

Shanghai, Hu for short, also known as Shen, is a multi-cultural metropolis with both modern and traditional chinese features. The city has a status equivalent to a province, and reports directly to the central government.

Serving as the largest base of Chinese industrial technology, one of the most important seaports and China's largest commercial and financial center, Shanghai draws the attention of the whole world.

Evelin Tsys
Evelin Tsys
3 april 2019

Taiwan

Taiwan is an island influenced by Japan, Korea and China but most of its democratic lifestyle is also very similar to that of the West and the United Kingdom. Aside from being a beautiful island country it is also unique because of its history and cultural facts.

Evelin Tsys
Evelin Tsys
12 march 2019