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Travel Guide - The Valuable And Rare Yunnan Golden Monkey

There are 3 species of golden monkeys in China,which are ordinary golden monkey,Guizhou golden monkey and Yunnan last minute China travel deals golden monkey. In the Great Snow Mountain Region at the juncture of Yunnan,Sichuan and Tibet ,there is a kind of valuable and rare golden monkey that is litter-known to people. This is the Yunnan golden monkey,a world-rare treasure unique to China.

Covered with black hair,Yunnan Golden monkey China Photo Tour is called”black monkey” as well. It is also locally called “snow monkey”or “white monkey”because its club is completely white when it is young,and it gradually changes its color into black later. Yunnan golden monkey has a long tail,that is good match for its body. A likable animal ,it has upturned nostrils and it wears a comic expression.

Baimaxueshan Mountains National Park is a true wilderness that covers an area of 270,000 hectares of which over 53 percent of the total area are covered with forests. The white-clad splendor of the towering mountains and lofty peaks,the glaciers radiating over the mountains from the summits,the lush forests,the pastures that look like carpets of green grass,the shimmering lakes,the abundant wild-flowers in the marshes,grasslands and around the lakes,all contribute to the dramatic beauty and charm of this national park.

In this national park and its surrounding areas,many beautiful scenic spots and precious historical sites attract more and more visitors. If you come here at the right time,you can see the grand Buddhist festivals Shopping in China in these temples. Each of them is a week long celebration of Tibetan dances,crafts and foods. In addition ,lava caverns,stone carvings,hot springs,water-falls and other landscapes in this area are also enthralling.

The local tourist service provides hiking,horseback riding,camping,picnicking,paddling,fishing and other opportunities,offering you an enjoyment of special interest and gaiety unique to this area.

The national park is accessible by air and bus.

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My travel experience to Suzhou

Suzhou is the best tour city in Jiangsu Province and one of the most important tourist destinations in China China vacation deals. Its gardening is the best in China showing great attraction to tourist worldwide. It may be the aspect of this city most well-known to foreigners. Within 2 hours’ driving from Shanghai provide very convenient transportation to Suzhou.

Humble Administrator’s Garden

The Humble Administrator's Garden China Photo Tour (Zhuozhengyuan) is the largest garden in Suzhou and the most famous and representative of Suzhou gardens. The best sections of the garden are the western parts where pools and pavilions are the main themes. This is a wonderful place to stroll as the greenery, flowing water and the antique pavilions have a relaxing effect. These areas of the garden are quite beautiful and are a great place to stroll, people-watch or take pictures. This Ming Dynasty garden was actually made to enable the master of the garden to have a place to do some gardening and get away from the bustle of life as an official!

Tiger Hill

Tiger Hill Park China tour videos is simply one of Suzhou's greatest attractions! Within the park walls, there are lots of great sights, filled with history and legend. All in all, this is great place for a picnic or an afternoon of exploring. Tiger Hill (Huqiu) is the final resting place of the ruler of ancient Suzhou, He Lu. The area was named Tiger Hill after a tiger was seen lying on He Lu's tomb. One of Tiger Hill's most famous spots is Sword Pond (Jianchi). He Lu was a famous warrior and sword collector and the Sword Pond is said to hold He Lu's treasured swords in its watery depths. Tiger Hill also houses the Yunyan Pagoda, that has been leaning since the before the Qing Dynasty. Today this 1000-year-old (from the Sui Dynasty) pagoda has become a symbol of Suzhou. It's best to take a full afternoon to explore this wonderful historic park. 

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Chinese Scenic Spot-Beijing's Siheyuan

North China's courtyard houses are outstanding representatives of traditional residences of China's Han people. Beijing's Siheyuan China vacation deals (courtyard with houses on four sides), at the highest level and most typical specimen of its kind, boasts a long history. According historical discovery analyses, the Siheyuan residence appeared more than 2,000 years ago.It is called 'Siheyuan' in Chinese, 'Si' means 'Four', which here refers to the four sides: east, west, north and south. 'He' refers to the surrounding, meaning the four sides circle into a square. Due to its special layout, it is compared to a box with a garden in the center. There is only one gate leading to a hutong, so when the gate is closed the courtyard loses touch with the outside world. Therefore family members can fully enjoy tranquility and share the happiness of a peaceful family union.

The residence is situated in the north of the compound and faces south, mostly consisting of inner and outer yards. The outer yard is horizontal and long with a main door that opens to the southeast corner, maintaining the privacy of the residence. Through the main door to the west in the outer yard are guest rooms, servants' room, a kitchen and toilet. North of the outer yard, through an exquisitely shaped, floral-pendant gate, is the spacious square main yard. The principal room in the north is the largest, erected with tablets of "heaven, earth, the monarch, kinsfolk and teacher," and intended for family ceremonies and receiving distinguished guests. The left and right sides of the principal room are linked to aisles that were inhabited by family elders. In front of the aisle is a small, quiet corner yard often used as a study. Both sides of the main yard have a wing room that served as a living room for younger generations. Both the principal room and wing rooms face the yards, which have front porches. Verandahs link the floral-pendant gate and the three houses, where one can walk or sit to enjoy the flowers and trees in the courtyard. Sometimes, behind the principal room, there is a long row of "Hou Zhao Fang (back-illuminated rooms) that served as either a living room or utility room.

Beijing's Siheyuan is cordial and quiet, with a strong flavor of life. The courtyard is square, vast and of a suitable size. It contains flowers and is set up with rocks, providing an ideal space for outdoor life. Such elements make the courtyard Student tours to China seem like an open-air, large living room, drawing heaven and earth closer to people's hearts; this is why the courtyard was most favored by them. The verandah divides the courtyard into several big and small spaces that are not very distant from each other. These spaces penetrate one another, setting off the void and the solids, and the contrast of shadows. The divisions also make the courtyard more suited to the standards of daily life. Family members exchanged their views here, which created a cordial temperament and an interesting atmosphere.

In fact, the centripetal and cohesive atmosphere of Beijing's Siheyuan, with its strict rules and forms, is a typical expression of the character of most Chinese residences. The courtyard's pattern of being closed to the outside and open to the inside can be regarded as a wise integration of two kinds of contradictory psychologies: On one hand the self-sufficient feudal families needed to maintain a certain separation from the outside world; on the other, the psychology, deeply rooted in the mode of agricultural production, makes the Chinese particularly keen on getting closer to nature. They often want to see the heaven, earth, flowers, grass and trees in their own homes. The architectural ornaments of the courtyard houses are of distinctive features, with some brick carvings or wood carvings dotted on the prominent places such as the screen walls and the lateral walls of the door. The porch, flowers-hung gate (chuihua gate, the second gate which separates the outer court and the inner court), drum-shaped bearing stone, as well as doors and windows with wooden partition are also the key points for ornamentation. All these carving decorations and colored drawings are the embodiment of folk customs and traditional culture, which reflect common people's pursuit for happiness, goodliness, wealth and auspiciousness. For example, the design with the bat (read fu in Chinese, the same pronunciation with "Fu", meaning happiness) and the Chinese character "Shou"(longevity) together means to have both good fortune (fu) and longevity (Shou); the pattern of a vase with China China Photography Tours roses (flowering every month) means being safe and sound for the whole year (every month of the year); and dictions embedded in the upper door, the couplet hung on the columns of a hall as well as the beautiful paintings and calligraphies hung in the room are all permeated with culture flavor. If you observe carefully, you can find other traditional ornaments such as decorative cylinders, door couplets and door Gods in the courtyard houses.

Grey is the dominant color for the bricks, walls, roofs and the grounds, only on the door and window coated some paint of red and green, all of which bring harmony and simple elegance to the courtyard house. The paths in the yard are all paved by the bricks with the four corners of the yard left for planting trees. Green trees and red flowers really make good scenery. Some big courtyard houses even have gardens, kiosks, platforms or pavilions. Flowers, wood, mountain and stone; you name it, they have it.

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