The Kaiping Diaolous and Villages are a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a must see in China for anyone visiting the Guangdong province. They are easily reached from Guangzhou or Macau (keep in mind you […]
Greater China is a term used to refer to mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau, Tibet and Taiwan. It’s an area which has in common a lot of culture, food and nature. Spicy food, sweet food, strange food and so much more. Common culture and ethnic minorities make up the society. Beautiful mountain ranges, vast deserts, tropical forests, marine life and many other unique natural phenomena will surprise you over and over again. You find here a huge diversity so that you can travel this area for a long time and still not see everything!
On the different destination pages I share my travel experiences:
Most people probably don’t know Foshan and those two do probably think it’s one big industrial city near Guangzhou in the Guangdong provice. It’s located in the middle of the Pearl River Delta. It is […]
Huanglong is one of two fairy tale scenic sites in north-western Sichuan province, China, which are a must see. They are an UNESCO World Heritage Site and for a reason. After my yearly business trip […]
With a history of over 1000 years Lijiang wasn’t known to the outside world until after the earthquake of 1996. The old town was mostly destroyed but reconstructed quickly. In 1997 it got the UNESCO […]
Tibet has dominated my top bucket list for a long time. This abruptly ended when the IHG Rewards Club included the Intercontinental Lhasa Paradise on their point break list back in 2015. This meant I […]