Initiated last year as a one-week affair, this year’s expanded three-week line up China business travel will include Cantonese opera, Chinese dance and contemporary music productions. Most impressive is the venue itself: an 800-seat temporary theatre, which, from the stage to the seating, will be constructed specifically for this series out of recycled bamboo and wood.
The theatre will sit at the intersection of Canton Road and Austin Road, which, fittingly, is also the future site of the Xiqu Centre, the West Kowloon Cultural District's first venue set to be student tours to China completed, in 2016. It's a space designed exclusively for the promotion and continuation of Chinese opera, an art form that some believe is dying out but that many others want to revive.
"The Arts Development Council did a survey on the audience and the programme numbers of different art forms, and Chinese opera is one of the most popular arts in Hong Kong," said Louis Yu Kwok-lit, executive director, Yangtze River cruises performing arts of the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority, who is planning the Bamboo Theatre festival. "From a very popular form of entertainment 50 years ago, it is now moving to another status, which is a piece of cultural heritage. People love it."
For newcomers to the genre, the Bamboo Theatre's schedule of events includes two productions on 12 and 16 February – smack in the middle of Chinese New Year celebrations for the Year of the Snake – of famous Cantonese opera highlights China tours that are shorter than a typical show, which can sometimes last for more than three hours. Tickets for those performances are free, while entrance to other shows, such as a medley of Chinese a cappella groups on 14 February and local jazz fusion band SIU2 on 15 February can be bought via Hong Kong ticketing outlet Urbtix.
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This year, more than 43 million people are expected to visit Disney’s theme park complexes in China tours California, Florida, Paris, Hong Kong and Tokyo – and summer marks the start of the high season. But visiting can require a hefty commitment. A one-day admission to Anaheim, California’s famed Disneyland in June, for instance, starts at $87 for those aged 10 and older.
To get your money’s worth, it pays to check out independent Disney trip-planning websites in advance. They have excellent track records for keeping their detailed trip-planning resources up to date, and are not affiliated with the Disney brand, Yangtze River cruises enabling them to provide unbiased recommendations for saving money at the various parks. Some of the sites also dispense advice on how to avoid long queues, find lodging and otherwise make the most of your visit.
Undercover Tourist is a website run since 2000 by an authorised Orlando broker where tickets to Florida’s Walt Disney World are usually less expensive than tickets sold at the park gate; a recent five-day pass purchased through Undercover Tourist was 11% cheaper. The site anticipates that Walt Disney World will travel to Shangri-la hike single-day admission prices this year – the park traditionally makes these announcements every June and has been averaging 6% hikes in recent years – but notes that tickets booked at current prices will remain valid, so you can buy tickets now, and use them after the price hike. The site also sells competitively-priced lodging and discount tickets to other Orlando-area attractions, such as SeaWorld or Universal Studios. As a bonus, the website’s free apps for iPhone, Android, and Blackberry list real-time wait times at all the rides in the park.
Mousesavers specialises in publishing deals and promotions offered by Disney and related companies, such as 15% discounts off park hotel stays. The 12-year-old site mainly publishes deals for Disney’s US parks, though non-US residents can take advantage of most of the offers and the site does have trip-planning information for the non-US locations. Especially useful is China educational tours Mousesavers’ frequently asked questions sections for the California and Florida parks. For example, the site explains that some non-Disney affiliated hotels near Disneyland and Walt Disney World pay for the right to advertise themselves as official Disney’s “Good Neighbor” hotels. But according to Mousesavers, these hotels aren’t consistently better in quality, price or upkeep than other properties in the area and the label shouldn’t be used as a factor when picking a place to stay.
Peer across the smoky gambling tables and the lines of slot machines in Macau’s China tours crowded casino halls, and there is little doubt as to what the greatest attraction is for the majority of the 28 million people who visit this Special Administrative Region of China each year. Yet beyond the neon façade, Macau has much more to offer.
The Portuguese controlled Macau for almost 450 years and in that time built churches, fortresses and grand homes in the distinctive architectural style of their motherland. When Macau was returned to China in 1999, many locals expected the new rulers to gradually erase the legacy of the European colonial days. But Chinese authorities quickly realised that Macau’s unique heritage holds enormous potential to China tour promote the region as a tourist destination. In the last decade, the Chinese have renovated many buildings in their original Portuguese style, installed typical early 20th-century Portuguese streetlights and made every effort to celebrate Macau's colourful history.
A stroll through the historic district’s narrow cobblestone streets makes it easy to see the fusion of Chinese and Portuguese that created such a distinct Macanese culture. Shops selling fresh egg tarts that could have come straight out of a Lisbon bakery are found alongside stalls with bak kwa, wafer-thin slices of marinated dried meat; colonial European buildings are decorated with Yangtze River cruises bright red Chinese lanterns; even within the Catholic churches there are paintings of the Madonna and child, both with unmistakably Asian features and dressed in flowing Chinese silk robes.
Street signs meanwhile display names in Cantonese and Portuguese, travel to Shangri-la with the two versions not always sharing the same meaning; the Portuguese wanted to commemorate historical figures by naming streets and alleys in their honour, but the Chinese did not always hold them in the same high esteem.
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Shanghai boasts one of China's best and most distinctive cuisines. Influenced by its position China tours just south of the Yangtze and at the mouth of the Huangpu, the region abounds in a selection of freshwater fish and shellfish. Dishes from this area are lightly and delicately seasoned.
Shanghai's people have a 'sweet tooth', and more sugar is used in Shanghai than in any other part of China. Shanghai's neighbors also contribute to the diversity of the area's cuisine: Hangzhou, known for its West Lake carp; Zhejiang to the west, for its vinegar; and Shaoxing, for its warmed rice wine.
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Steamed Crab: Da Zha Xie
Da Zha Xie is a special type of crab found in rivers, and is normally consumed in the winter. The crabs are tied with ropes or strings, placed in bamboo containers, steamed and served. There few other artificial ingredients added to Yangtze River cruises the dish yet it tastes fantastically good. Da Zha Xie is usually consumed with vinegar. Locals are also quite fussy about when to consume male crabs and when to consume female crabs.
Smoked Fish Slices
An ideal menu for those who like highly spiced food, the Smoked Fish Slices (fresh fish marinated and spiced to taste like smoked fish) make a tasty dish.
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Soup Bun Soup Bun, with bigger size than Xiaolongbao, refers to a kind of buns within soup. And travel to Shangri-la it especially pays more attention on the taste of soup. Soup Bun in Shanghai tends to have Chrysanthemum-like shape, thinner dough skins, and much stuffing which come into wide range of choices. And they can offer you the first-class flavor no matter which type you choose.
The buns are served hot in the bamboo basket in which they were steamed. The shape and attempting fragrance really stimulate your appetite. Bitten off the top, some soup will be seen inside the buns, that’s why the name of soup bun comes into being. See must-taste Chinese foods.
1.In case of your tongue being scalded by the hot soup, you should not eat in a hurry but to wait China business travel until the soup inside cooling down.
2.Jiaji Bun Shop, located in Fengyang road, specializes in Soup Bun. And many super stars are frequent visitors.
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Paulaner was originally used as a name of an abbey in 1643. 3 centuries have China business travel passed, the abbey has disappeared but its name was used as a famous beer's name. The band in the bar is excellent, they can sing both Chinese and English songs very well.
Address: No.150 Fenyang Road
Opening Hours: 5:00 pm to 2:00 am
Blues & Jazz
It looks like an old European bar. Wooden tables, wooden chairs and big black and white photos of China educational tours famous Jazz singers make you think Jazz music is so beautiful.
Address: NO.2419 Hongqiao Road
Open Hours: Tuesday to Sunday: 2:00 pm to 2:00 am
The bar is also a restaurant. They provide Italian-style food. People usually just go there for lunch. In the evening, there are Shangri-la tour performances by Philippine bands. The bands are good at making you excited. It is a good place to hold parties with your friends.
Address: NO.169 Taicang Road
Open Hours: 11:30 am to 2:00 pm
Cups of whole-hearted-prepared red wine and warm ray make you think you are in old America. Music pulls you back to China tours the colorful times. Waiters' decent uniforms can also warm you.
Address: NO.907 Julu Road
Open Hours: 8:00 pm to 0:00 + am(not fixed)
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Also known as the Shanghai Expo Performing and Recreational Center, the Shanghai Mercedes-Benz Arena sits on the lawn to the south of Pujiang River, watching the Shanghai World Expo halls across the river, and it fully China educational tours represents the theme of “City, Makes Life Better” which was used during the 2010 Shanghai World Expo.
With an area of 80,000 square meters, Shanghai Mercedes-Benz Arena is in the shape of a flying disk, and it was used as an art performance venue during the Shanghai Expo (from May 1 to October 31, 2012), when various kinds of art performances, art exchange, academic researches and celebrations were held. Shanghai Expo Performing and Recreational Center got its present name after the Shanghai World Expo. It can accommodate an audience of 18,000 in one go, so it’s also an ideal place for holding vocal concerts, ice shows and Yangtze River cruises basketball matches. As a matter of fact, it’s also one of the most aesthetic basketball stadiums in China.
In addition to the main hall, the recreational and interactive facilities are available in the Shanghai Mercedes-Benz Arena, including the music club, theater, skating rink, Andersen Children’s Paradise, NBA Interactive Hall and souvenir stores. Art travel to Shangri-la performance shows are regularly held in the Shanghai Mercedes-Benz Arena.
Neighboring the arena is Shanghai Expo Center, and it’s advisable for you to explore it to learn more about the 2010 Shanghai World Expo. Location: 1200, Shibo Avenue, Shanghai. Transport: Subway Line 8 and bus 177 can take you there. Opening times: not open to visitors unless there’s a performance. These info would be much helpful along your China tours of Shanghai.
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Take the subway to Sheshan, then a 7-minute taxi ride (there's a taxi rank at the subway station) and you are at Yueyuanyuan Sclupture Park (often also referred to as Sheshan Sculpture Park).This park is different (in a good way!) from China business travel many others I have seen in China:
- the 120 CNY entrance fee (per adult) keeps the riff-raff out and makes the park an uncrowded, quiet and well-preserved destination for a Sunday morning stroll (or a day's outing, if you bring enough food and drink - bringing an entire picnic along is fine as far as I could tell). The ticket actually includes a soft drink at any of the restaurants, which wasn't very obvious to us but a nice surprise. The China educational tours grounds are overly manicured and in some locations a touch sterile; but on the other hand - and as opposed to other places - you can walk on the grass, bring your dog and let it off the leash, play frisbee or badminton - we were surprised this was okay with the park, since many places in China just will not allow this.
- there is an artificial beach quite close to what can best be described as the general entertainment and food area. I suggest you stay away from that, this is the only place where people gather and it gets a bit noisy. There are many more China tours beautiful spots that you can occupy and feel as if you are more or less alone ("alone" by Chinese definition!)
- many people do not seem to notice, and the park map also does not seem to make it easy to navigate: the park connects to the equally beautiful grounds of the "Le Meridien" hotel. This is a big building on your left after you pass the "beach" area if you are going through the park clock-wise. After a bit of searching we had no problem going through China tour the gate to the hotel for a nice lunch. if you come by public transport, the hotel is also a good place to depart from, since the concierge there will organize a taxi for you. If you believe that Shanghai is all about Bund, shopping, bars, Tianzefang and dumplings, the go out here and be surprised!
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After years of construction, the local government finished building East Sheshan Park, West Sheshan Park, Tianmashan Park, Xiaokunshan Park, Sheshan Cableway, a bird garden, forest hotels and a large number of service facilities for tourists. Then Yangtze River cruises Sheshan became the largest and the most beautiful multi-function park in Shanghai.
Sheshan’s cableway connects East Sheshan Park and West Sheshan Park. It’s a safe and comfortable cable car with fairly advanced equipment.There are also many famous attractions in West Sheshan Park. The Church of Our Lady of Sheshan, the Basilica Minor of St Mary, is the biggest church in Southeast Asia as well as the landmark architecture of Sheshan. The Sheshan Observatory is China tours one of the earliest and largest observatories in China.
The Sheshan Observatory was formally established in 1962 following the amalgamation of the former Xujiahui and Sheshan observatories, which were founded by the French Mission Catholique in 1872 and 1900 respectively. Both came under Chinese government jurisdiction in 1950. It is one of the best places to witness a solar eclipse in the Shanghai area alongside Haining Town, Zhejiang China educational tours Province.Tianmashan is 3 km (2 miles) southwest of Sheshan and is the most beautiful and highest hill in Shanghai.
As a whole, it looks like a huge horse about to fly away, so it got the name Tianmashan (Heaven Horse Mountain). I think it is the best place in Shanghai to go for a hike or a walk. Tianmashan is exactly 100 meters high, so not a real mountain. But it’s the highest hill in the whole of flat Shanghai, even higher than Sheshan. And it’s more beautiful than Sheshan, because there are China business travel not as many people and there are some great trails through the bamboo forests. There is even a leaning tower called Huzhu Pagoda that has a bigger angle than the Tower of Pisa with a history of more than 900 years.
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At 97 kilometers, the Huangpu River is the longest river that passes through the city of Shanghai. The River divides Shanghai into two sections: Pudong in the east, and Puxi in the West. The Huangpu River averages a width of some 500 meters as it snakes its China tours way through Shanghai, with an average depth of 11 meters. It is also the source of most of Shanghai's drinking water, after it goes through a purification process, of course.
Almost equally important today, the Huangpu is the site of a bustling tourist business in the form of river cruises, which originate at Shiliupu Pier just south of the Bund area (there is a corresponding set of cruises up the Yangtze River that begin near the mouth of the Huangpu, where it empties into the Yangtze), where the Huangpu flows alongside the now restored architecture of Shanghai's Yangtze River cruises former British colonial heartland.
There are several tour lengths that one can sign up for, from a short, 30-minute cruise to a long, 3½ hour cruise. The 30-minute cruise passes the Bund, then proceeds on northward to the area designated as the New Bund, and on to Binjiang Avenue of Pudong, a newly travel to Shangri-la developed economic district, where the cruise boat reverses itself and proceeds back to its point of origin at Shiliupu Pier, south of the Bund.
All of the Huangpu River Cruises are of course round trips. The 1-hr excursion proceeds beyond Pudong as far as Yangpu Bridge, while the 2-hr excursion ends at Nanpu Bridge farther north, both very graceful suspension bridges (a bridge reveals its beauty more readily when viewed from the side, which is the view provided by a Huangpu River Cruise). The longest excursion lasts 3½ hours, and China educational tours ends at Wusongkou Harbour, not far from the mouth of the Huangpu, which empties into the great estuary where the Yangtze meets the East China Sea.
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On a trip to Shanghai, one of the main highlights to visit is the Shanghai World Financial Center. The 100th floor observation deck gives the best view of Shanghai. Until the Shanghai Tower opens in 2014, it is the highest building in China tours Shanghai. There is an observation deck on the 100th floor at 1,555 feet for sightseeing and a Hyatt Regency luxury hotel.
On a visit, you can also see nearby the 88 story Jin Mao Tower and the Shanghai Tower that towers 400 feet higher than the Shanghai World Financial Center. These three buildings sit in a cluster next to the Pudong Yangtze River cruises River in the Lujiazui financial district.
The Shanghai World Financial Center project was designed by the Kohn Pedersen Fox architectural firm, and the China educational tours construction was managed by the Mori Building Corporation of Japan. Multinational corporations funded the project.
It actually took the developers 11 years to finish the building. It officially opened in 2008, and China business travel it was generally considered to be the best skyscraper that was built in the world in 2008. There is a mall at ground level with fine restaurants, and you'll find bars and restaurants in the Hyatt Regency between floors 79 to 93. There are three observation decks on floors 94, 97, and 100.
The Jin Mao Building symbolizes Shanghai emerging into the 21st century. It was the tallest building in the country and third tallest in the world until 2007, when the World Financial Center was finished, In 2014 the China business travel Shanghai Tower will become China's tallest building. With an east-meets-west design signifying Shanghai's emergence as a modern global city, Jin Mao follows a multi-use model, offering retail shopping at its base, offices above, and the Grand Hyatt occupying the upper 38 floors.
Jinmao Building houses the Cloud 9 Bar, where tourists can admire beautiful sunsets, as well as splendid views of Shanghai.There is no admission fee, but things are quite expensive in the Cloud 9 Bar.The Jin Mao building was Shanghai tours designed by US architectural firm Skidmore Owings & Merrill, and was built by the Shanghai Jian Gong Group, the first Chinese national construction group to tackle such a large and significant project.
The design is superb, combining elements of traditional Chinese architecture and gothic influence to an amazingly modern building. Architects designed the building around the theme of the Chinese pagoda and the number 8 (the number considered extremely lucky by the Chinese): the lowest segment of the building is sixteen stories high and each succeeding segment is 1/8th smaller China tours than its predecessor.
Two elevators with a speed of 9.1 m/sec work to transport visitors in seconds from the first basement to the sightseeing floor, where visitors have a 360 degree view of new Shanghai。The Jin Mao Building combines Yangtze River cruises office space with commercial space, a shopping mall, and entertainment functions. The three basement levels house parking spaces and a food court.
Shanghai, the Oriental Paris, is China’s biggest and most prosperous city. It is one of China's greatest economic and cultural centers, therefore it is popularly seen as the birthplace of everything considered modern in China. The city rivals New York or Paris in terms of modernity, and boasts a blended culture of the East and the West. China business travel is a tourist destination famous for historical landmarks as well as modern, ever-expanding skylines. You will never get bored in this dynamic metropolis. You can also check out recommended top things to do, attractions and destinations to visit in China
ShanghaiShanghai has a population of more than 20 million. It is the largest city in China and the second largest city proper in the world after Mumbai. Today it is the largest center of commerce and China educational tours finance in mainland China, with many Chinese and international companies opening offices here, especially along the Bund. Undergoing a construction boom, new high-rise buildings are making a new skyline in Shanghai.
2. A Blend of Eastern and Western Cultures
The Bund in ShanghaiWith a favorable location and distinct oriental culture, Shanghai has attracted many foreigners, including Bernard Shaw, Albert Einstein and Tagore, to live here, or just experience China tours the oriental charm. In the eyes of a foreigner, Shanghai has a unique oriental charm, while in the eyes of a Chinese, Shanghai certainly has strong Western flavor.
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Jade Buddha Temple is a Buddhist temple in Shanghai. It was founded in 1882 by Hui Gen, from an abbot from Mount Putuo. Hui Gen had a pilgrimage to Tibet via Mount Emei and Mount Wutai, two famous Buddhist mountains. Then, he arrived at Burma where he got five jade statues of Buddha donated by an oversea Chinese resident. Passing through Shanghai, Hui Gen Shanghai tour left two jade statues and had a temple built for keeping them. In 1911, the temple was ruined in uprising. In 1918, the Temple was reconstructed at a new site. During 10 years of Culture Revolution, the temple was destroyed again. Fortunately, the two jade statues were well protected.
Jade Buddha Temple
The temple contains Hall of Four Heavenly King, Grand Hall, abbot room, Jade Buddha Chamber and public restaurant. The Hall of Four Heavenly King has three scarlet gates which mean freeing China business travel yourself from worldly affairs in Buddhism. The hall enshrines Maitreya and Four Heavenly King who represent favorable circumstance. The Grand Hall contains the statues of Three Golden Buddha. In the central is the statue of Sakyamuni, the right Bhaisajyaguru and the left Amitabha.
At the north entrance to the Grand Hall stands the statue of Avalokitevara with her two disciples on both sides. Jade Buddha Chamber enshrines sitting jade Buddha left by Hui Gen on the second floor. This jade Buddha is 1.92 high and 1 ton. On the both side of jade Buddha are cabinets which hold over 7,000 volumes of precious Buddhist scriptures. On the Yangtze River cruises first floor is abbot room where a Sakyamuni portrait is hanged on the wall.
Another jade Buddha, a reclined Buddha, is in the west section of the temple. In 1989, a Singapore believer donated a reclined Buddha enshrined on the opposite side of the jade reclined Buddha. The Jade Buddha Temple is China tours famous for its two jade statues of Buddha. The temple attracts a numbers of visitors at home and abroad and also a must-see for tourists to Shanghai.
Admission Fee: 20RMB per person Open Time: 6:30 – 15:30 Phone: 021-62663668
Shanghai is located in the eastern China, sitting on the mouth of Yangtze River. It is the largest, most prosperous and populous city in China. Due to the rapid economical development, it becomes the center of economy, finance, trading and transportation of China. Short for Hu or Shen, Shanghai is one of four municipalities directly under the central government. Occupying an area of 6340.5 square kilo meters, it China tours accounts for 0.06% of China territory. Chongming Island in Shanghai area is the third largest island in China after Taiwan and Hainan.
Shanghai is also a hot tourist destination renowned for its many historical landmarks and modern buildings such as The Bund, Yuyuan Garden, Oriental Pearl TV Tower, and its extensive growing Pudong skyline, etc. The beauty of Shanghai is centered on kinds of building of various styles. The old Chinese architectures make people China tour immerse themselves in the world of 1930s. The towering skyscrapers make you feel amazing the modern technology. The Gothic arch, Baroque corridors and south gardens and residence of south China harmoniously display melding of the eastern and western culture.
Rooted in Chinese traditional culture, Shanghai culture mainly came from ancient Wu and Yu states during the period of Spring and Autumn and also absorbed elements of western culture after 1843. This culture is unique and has its own features. A special term, Haipai was used to Shanghai tour refer to Shanghai culture.
Shanghai food is also called Hu Cai which is gradually evolved from standing dishes. To great degree, Shanghai food is influenced by that of Nanjing, Hangzhou, Suzhou. Shanghai food features heavy and highly flavored sauce. Another uniqueness of Shanghai food is the use of sugar, especially when used proportionally soy sauce, which makes the dish savory. Shanghai abounds in various kinds of seafood for its position at the mouth of Yangtze River and facing China business travel the East China Sea. So, seafood in Shanghai is very popular.
Gaoyi Waist-hold Drum originated from the 1950s, which is the new art form produced in the process of the Northern Shaanxi waist-hold spreading throughout the country, and through 50 years of development and improvement. It has become a kind of vivid, special fold art with local flavor. Gaoyi Waist-hold Drum is originally the accompany instrument of giant war drum in the China educational tours same position as cymbal etc.
Some other folk musical instrument, shown on the stage with the big yangko during sacrificial and celebration activities. In the 1960s, Gaoyi Waist-hold Drum was formally separated from the bass drum and yangko and lifted to the main position whose China business travel accompaniment is the cymbal.
Gaoyi Waist-hold Drum has a long and slender body with two heads and curtain surfaces, much the same as the waist-hold drum of the Northern Shanxi in the size and shape, and is tied to the left side of one’s waist. The performers are dressed as the ancient soldiers in variety of colors. Their trousers and gowns are ornamented with cloud-shaped designs, colored Shanghai tours kerchiefs tied around their heads, silk strips around their waists to fasten the drum, thus make people feel full of power and grandeur, striking and dazzling.
Gaoyi Waist-hold Drum is featured with a strong lineup and uniform. The drumbeats vary constantly up to the conductor. The basic movements are playing drumstick, formation variation, China tours jumping while beating,
Shan Dao Pagoda is located in Xiangji Temple southwest of Weiqu in Chang'an County of Xi'an and is also known as Xiangji Temple Pagoda. If your China tours cover Xian, paying a visit to the Shan Dao Pagoda would make your trip more memorable and complete.
Both the pagoda and the temple were built in 706 in the Tang Dynasty. Shan Dao's disciple Huan Yun once wrote that the pagoda was built not as a tomb for Shan Dao, but as a Buddhist pagoda to commemorate him. When the pagoda was completed, Emperor Gaozong is reputed to have given it a thousand and so Buddhist relics, and Empress Wu Zetian visited it. Many tour agents also arranged the Xian discovery along their
Yangtze River cruises deals, in this case, Shan Dao Pagoda would be a must-have in their itinerary.
Shah Dao was a monk of great achievement. He wrote several Buddhist classics on the Pure Land Sect, expounding its doctrines, which were introduced into Japan in the eighth century. An eminent Japanese monk founded the sect in his country on the basis of Shan Dao’s doctrines, which spread wide. Even today disciples of this order consider Xiangji Temple their founding temple. On May 14, 1984, monks of the Pure Land Sect of both China and Japan held a ceremony at Xiangji Temple to commemorate the thirteen hundredth anniversary of Shan Dao's death, adding a new chapter to friendly exchanges between the two peoples. Like Pudacuo Park a must-have along their Shangri-la tour, Shan Dao Pagoda is also a must-do along your Xian trip.
The existing pagoda is the original structure erected thirteen hundred years ago. It was built on a square plan, with each side of the first storey measuring 9.5 meters long. The first storey on its square pedestal is huge; all eleven storeys reach a height of thirty-three meters. The steeple has been destroyed. At the entrance of the pagoda is an inscription made during Qianlong's reign in the Qing Dynasty. One characteristic of the pagoda is that the storeys are higher than those of ordinary multi-eave pagodas. Also, the pillars, beams, brackets and window lattices are painted red, a rare sight among multi-eave pagodas. Many China educational tours have stretched their itinerary to the Shan Dao Pagoda of Xian.
Old Shanghai Street
The street is 825 meters long and demonstrates the historical and cultural evolution from the Ming and Qing dynasties to the Republic of China and the period of Western influence in Shanghai. The street integrates sightseeing, shopping, entertainment and culture. What travel to Shangri-la is to your Yunnan trip, Old Shanghai Street is to your Shanghai travel.
Shanghai Central Park
The park, designed by the LUC Company of France, covers an area of 140.3 hectares. It demonstrates a combination of Eastern and Western cultures, harmony between man and the nature, and modern garden landscaping. Every year, many China educational tours would come to Shanghai to discover this metropolitan city.
Shanghai Circus City
The Shanghai Circus City covers an area of 22,500 square meters (including 20,000 square meters for beast houses).The base integrates culture, sports and entertainment, with focus on acrobatics and circus. It becomes a center for domestic and international acrobatic competition and performance, as well as a theatre for music, song and dance performances. Many businessmen also like to take some time to discover this city along their China business travel.
Shanghai Wildlife Zoo
The Shanghai Wildlife Zoo covers an area of 153 hectares. According to the different habits and characteristics of the animals kept in the zoo, the park is divided into areas that imitate the natural habitats of different areas These include the grasslands and savannas, a carnivore breeding center. a flamingo enclosure, a scattered breeding center, a water fowl pond. and an endangered and rare animal enclosure. The zoo is home to 200 species of rare or endangered wildlife. totalling some 10,000 animals. The park is located 50 kilometers from the city proper. This just show us the reason why Shanghai tour are so popular among travelers.
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