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59,049 Reviews
CoreybBakerThey are super silly and playful. Loved watching them for hours. We arrived at 7:45 to try beat the madnesses, it didn’t matter as the line was already 400 people deep. it rained for about two hours around 11 and 90% of the visitors left. My advice is come on a day when it rains or not during summer.
27,726 Reviews
Water Conservancy Project
Yoj DThe weather is cloudy. The irrigation scenery is amazing. We went there during holiday so it’s a bit crowded. I’m curious what’s the significance of the stone packed in a bamboo.
26,935 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Natural Site
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
CoreybBakerwe stayed a few nights on top of the mountain to hike and see the mountain change. best part was early morning and late afternoons when most visitors had left the mountain.
16,193 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Natural Site
Gaviota798The water was spectacular. The park was a great experience. Recommend walking along the outside paths as there are hardly any people otherwise it’s packed and hard to walk. (July 2021.)
13,547 Reviews
Taoist Temple
E25***89It’s a beautiful place to get away from downtown for a day or two. Fresh air, fab scenery & cultural places of interest. Easy to take a bus or train from Chengdu
14,600 Reviews
Historical Site
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
NicoleenIt's definitely a must see! Beautiful scenery and nice walk. It's amazing to think the work that went into creating the Giant Buddha. We went early morning so it was quite and peaceful.

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Hong Kong
Towards the end of January, a palpable excitement takes hold in places like China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong. The Chinese Lunar New Year celebrations are a time of great joy and precipitate the world’s largest annual human migration. Hundreds of millions of Chinese people leave major cities to return home to smaller villages or provincial towns. The journey is joyous as people fill all manner of transport, eager to return home to see parents and children. Lunar New Year is central to Chinese cultural life, yet what are the holiday’s major characteristics? Where can you go to experience the festivities for yourself? This short primer will provide some answers to these questions and should, by the end, have you anxiously awaiting your own Red Packet!
avtarLove.Trip   13 May 2019

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