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Shanghai: Lodging and Expo Homestay

 

Shanghai: Lodging and Expo Homestay

With the Shanghai World Expo 2010 approaching, here are your lodging options in Shanghai, if you are planning to visit China's largest and most prosperous city. You can stay in a range of Hotels, or even consider Expo Homestay.

Mount Sanqing

 

Mount Sanqing

Mount Sanqing is located in northeast of Shangrao City, Jiangxi Province. The highest peak of the mountain range is the Yujing Peak standing at 1,816.9 metres above sea level. This peaceful mountain acclaimed as "The Land of Peach Blossoms" is famous for its three peaks: Yujing Peak, Yuhua Peak, and Yuxu Peak, which resemble the three gods worshipped in Taoism.

Dali City

 

Dali City

Dali City is a county-level city in Dali, Yunnan province, China. Dali is located on a fertile plateau between Mount Cangshan to the west and Erhai Lake to the east. It has traditionally been settled by the Bai and Yi minorities. It is also the capital of the Dali Bai Autonomous Prefecture.

The World Chocolate Wonderland Theme Park in Beijing

 

The World Chocolate Wonderland Theme Park in Beijing

The World Chocolate Wonderland Theme Park in Beijing began accepting customers on January 29th, 2010. Located on the north side of the Bird’s Nest Olympic Stadium, the theme park will be the first chocolate theme park in China. The Chocolate Wonderland is meant to provide a visual feast for tourists from all over the world.

Inner Mongolia: Naadam Festival

 

Inner Mongolia: Naadam Festival

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 Water Splashing Festival

 

The Water Splashing 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


 

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