Mongolian Naadam Festival is the highlight of all these festivals and events that the country holds. It takes place on the 11-12th July annually. The Naadam festival, or eriyn gurvan nadaam, is the biggest festival
The annual Water-Splashing Festival is most important holiday of the Dai people. Held during the sixth month of the Dai calendar, usually falling in the middle of April
This desert is home to the tallest stationary dunes on Earth. Some of the dunes reach a height of 500 meters. The dunes are kept in place in the arid, windy region by an underground water source.
The yurt, the horse and camel signs on the flags under the blue sky symbol the proud of Mongolians. This kind of ethnic living style reveals Mongolian's uniqueness.
Zhaji became a thriving town of 100,000 souls in its heyday in the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), and was home to a number of successful officials and scholars who built houses of great splendor here.
Prevalently known as the Venice of the Orient, Zhouzhuang is one of the most renowned and must see attractions in Suzhou. It is one of the many towns located in the southern region of the significant Yangtze River.