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We started Synotrip to make it easier for travelers to find quality information about travel and life in China for a whole bunch of Chinese cities. Turns out it's a never ending project! China's huge! I still post pictures, reviews and listings but my main focus now is on making the site better for everybody else.
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Address:Between Hubei Lu and Hunan Lu
Even when compared with many other bustling, restaurant-laden streets in Nanjing, this little pedestrian area appears to fit the most great restaurants in one place. There are a wide variety of restaurants here including full service Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Western style restaurants. And last, but not least, there are naturally a tonne of xiaochi (snacks).
Address:48 kilometers northwest of Beijing.
Price:Ticket prices and phone numbers below.
13 of the 16 Ming emperors are buried in a valley next to Tianshou Mountain (天寿山), just northwest of Beijing. The first emperor is buried in Nanjing, the burial site of the second emperor remains unknown, and the seventh emperor was buried at the Summer Palace in an ordinary tomb.&nb
Address:south face of Purple Mountain
Lying on the west side of the southern foot of Purple Mountain (Zijin Shan, 紫金山), the Ming Tomb Scenic Area contains the Ming Tomb as well as Purple Cloud Lake and Plum Blossom Hill.
Hours:Open until 6:00pm except for Linggu Pagoda which closes at 5:00pm.
Address:South-East Purple Mountain
The Linggu Temple area contains the Linggu Temple, Linggu Pagoda, The Beamless Hall and the tomb of Tan Yankai.
Nantong (南通 Nántōng, former names: Nan-t’ung, Nantung, Tungzhou, or Tungchow) is a prefecture-level city in Jiangsu province. The city is located on the northern bank of the Changjiang (Yangtze River) near the river mouth. Shanghai is just to the south across the river, and the East China Sea begins to the east.
Xi’an (Xī ǎn [西安]), the capital city of Shaanxi Province (Shǎn xī [陕西]), is also referred to as Xian, Chang’an (Dynastic name), Hsi-An (Wade-Giles), and Sian (old Postal System). Xi’an is recognized as one of the most important cities in China, both historically and currently.