From the riverside splendour of Yangshou to the historic streets of the capital Beijing. China has been inspiring travellers since the days of Marco Polo.
A tour through the world’s boomtown; a futuristic metropolis where skyscrapers grow faster than the trees.
In the Chinese coastal city of Shanghai, Neri and Hu Design is putting a radical spin on the “Made in China” label.
For variety and competitive consumerism, Hong Kong wins hands down. Local edibles, souvenirs, unusual gifts, period pieces – it is all well worth your conspicuous consumption.
Following the recent news that Catalonia has the world’s best restaurant, the spotlight on Spanish food has spread to Hong Kong with a spate of highly anticipated restaurant openings.
The Baoxiang Temple, near the old caravan town of Shaxi, has been welcoming visitors for more than 100 years. The catch? Visitors are expected to help feed the clan of golden monkeys.