Chongqing Highlights (4 days in Chongqing)
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by A Brit Travelling
10M ago
Finally, I convinced one of my friends to join me on a trip. Chongqing was the destination and we chose to go over the National Holiday in China. We’d been told that Chongqing was quite difficult to navigate around and that maps were quite useless at times. We arrived together, landing in Chongqing Jiangbei Airport … The post Chongqing Highlights (4 days in Chongqing) appeared first on Amy in Asia ..read more
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Wuhan – What can you do? 武汉
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by A Brit Travelling
10M ago
Since Covid-19’s outbreak, Wuhan became a place of interest for many people. Before Covid, most people didn’t actually know of Wuhan, myself included. After seeing friends visiting there, I added Wuhan to my list for Summer travel. Where to stay? I stayed in Hankou, close to the riverfront and nearby the Line 2 subway station. … The post Wuhan – What can you do? 武汉 appeared first on Amy in Asia ..read more
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A Weekend of Snow and Ice – Harbin Adventures
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by A Brit Travelling
10M ago
This trip was my first time going with an organised company tour. I chose to join M2 Adventures after looking at Harbin trips for the past 2 years. The tour was initially postponed with Covid popping up in Shanghai over the New Year festival and strict rules in Heilongjiang Province (Harbin’s province). Eventually the trip … The post A Weekend of Snow and Ice – Harbin Adventures appeared first on Amy in Asia ..read more
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Qingdao Winter – Chinese New Year 2022
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by A Brit Travelling
10M ago
Qingdao was a sudden trip for me, quickly planned through boredom in my own city. Qingdao is most famous for its beer, with the Tsingtao Brewery located right in the centre of Qingdao. Below is an itinerary I followed for my trip, I arrived Monday afternoon and left Wednesday evening. It was long enough, but … The post Qingdao Winter – Chinese New Year 2022 appeared first on Amy in Asia ..read more
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Chengdu – What to see, what to do?
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by A Brit Travelling
1y ago
I flew direct from Beijing to Chengdu, landing around 11am. Due to Covid, every city has its own ‘green code’ (a code that shows you are healthy). I set this up while collecting my luggage then set off for the hotel using the subway system. Chengdu has 10 functioning lines on their subway currently. It … The post Chengdu – What to see, what to do? appeared first on Amy in Asia ..read more
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Xishuangbanna – The Thailand of China
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by A Brit Travelling
1y ago
Xishuangbanna is located in Yunnan Province of Southwest China. It can be found bordering Laos and Myanmar. Xishuangbanna takes a lot of cultural inspiration from its surroundings including Laos and Thailand. Many minority cultures live here as well. I visited in July, meaning it was rainy season and Xishuangbanna has a very similar climate to … The post Xishuangbanna – The Thailand of China appeared first on Amy in Asia ..read more
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3 Days in Beijing – Speed Tour of Beijing
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by A Brit Travelling
1y ago
My Summer began the day after school finished. I was on a flight straight out to Beijing Daxing International Airport to begin my summer. This is Beijing’s new airport and its incredibly fancy. It also has an easy to use airport express that will take you straight onto the local subways. I used this to … The post 3 Days in Beijing – Speed Tour of Beijing appeared first on Amy in Asia ..read more
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Wuxi’s Whistle Stop Tour, Jiangsu Province
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by A Brit Travelling
1y ago
I’ve named this a whistle stop tour, as I spent around 15 hours in Wuxi after deciding to go from work to there one night. From Ningbo to Wuxi takes around 3 hours by High Speed Rail and tickets cost about 200RMB (£20) for a return second class ticket. I wanted to visit Wuxi as … The post Wuxi’s Whistle Stop Tour, Jiangsu Province appeared first on Amy in Asia ..read more
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An Insider’s Guide to Independent Coffee Shops in Ningbo.
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by A Brit Travelling
1y ago
Ningbo City has a sea of coffee options, in particular Starbucks, these can be found on almost every corner. But if like me, you prefer the independent coffee shop style then Ningbo has endless options. In China, we have a huge holiday for Spring Festival, especially as a Teacher. As COVID restrictions are still in … The post An Insider’s Guide to Independent Coffee Shops in Ningbo. appeared first on Amy in Asia ..read more
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Shanghai Sights – 2 days Sightseeing in Shanghai, China
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by A Brit Travelling
1y ago
Shanghai is one of the most popular and known cities in China. Its towering sky-scrappers light the evening skies. I spent 2 days in Shanghai in May 2019 to see as many new sights as possible.  Living in Ningbo, I could take the speedrail to Shanghai taking just 2 hours. From the train station I … The post Shanghai Sights – 2 days Sightseeing in Shanghai, China appeared first on Amy in Asia ..read more
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