Shaoxing is a typical ancient water town where there are many rivers to cross.
Naadam Festival in Inner Mongolia brings 13th century activities to life
China is famous for its spectacular mountains, especially Qomolangma (Mount Everest). But there are another five mountains that enjoy a lofty reputation. Called the wuyue, they have been the key places of worship and cultural development for thousands of years.
Many of Qingdao's tourist attractions were built when the city was still a German concession, and Teutonic influences are clearly apparent.
The Forbidden City, after the Great Wall, is the most recognized tourist site in China.
Tibet is a land of glorious mountains, big blue sky and rich culture.
It's time to take the reins and discover some of the best horse-riding spots in the country.
Xuanwu district of Beijing has been absorbed into Xicheng, but there is still plenty to explore in what used to be the oldest part of the plebeian section of the capital.
Get a taste of Edinburgh's annual festival of delights and frights.
Qingdao is one of China's most popular ocean holiday destinations attracting millions each year.
The landscape changes dramatically as the altitude drops from 3,840 meters above sea level to 2,900 meters, along the road from Xigaze to Yadong, in Tibet autonomous region.