China

Beijing Tiananmen Square

Tiananmen Square, Beijing

One of the largest city-squares in the world, Tiananmen Square was built in 1417 and is today one of the most visited monuments in Beijing. It is a large plaza situated near central Beijing and named after Tiananmen which means Gate of Heavenly Peace.

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Hong Kong from Victoria Peak

Victoria Peak, Hong Kong

It is hard to get solitude in Hong Kong. There is always so much going on in here. Foreigners with their backpack trying out the different locales of the city, locals busy hosting their road side stalls, and office goers with their”no time to stand and stare” attitude. If you want to give the hustle […]

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Repulse Bay, Hong Kong

Repulse Bay

The main town of Hong Kong has become so populated that over the years people have started moving to the suburbs or more upmarket residential area like Repulse Bay or Victoria Peak. These places are scenic, less populated, and interferences are less here. So big executives and finance geeks tired from the incessant honking of […]

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Great wall of China

Great Wall of China

Great Wall of China was listed as an UNESCO site in 1987. This winding pathway over mountain, plateaus, grasslands and deserts is one of the most fascinating man made structure in human history. Its very breadth – 8,851.8 kilometers (5,500 miles) is unimaginable. Records of it go back to 2000 years. While some of the […]

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