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I'm the founder of Synotrip. :)
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.
Besides Synotrip, I run a business that provides foreign businesses with Chinese-language Internet marketing and Chinese website translation services. I also run a blog about...well...I guess it's about the different things that I come to think about while working on Chinese translation or digital marketing projects.
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Hours:All Day, especially at night
Price:Entrance to the actual temple is 35 yuan.
Situated in the south part of Nanjing and surrounded by the Qinhuai River, the Confucius Temple (Fuzimiao) is one of the city’s most popular attractions. Confucius Temple consists of a cluster of symetrically arranged buildings and covers an area of over 26,000 square meters. The temple is home to excellent examples of both Ming and Qing dynasty architecture.
Address:No. 34-1, Hubei Lu
The original Scarlet is now closed. :( The second Scarlet location in Nanjing, called "Small Scarlet", is located in the 1912 bar district .
Nanjing has many famous specialty foods. Some of these are unique to Nanjing and others are found all over China but get a special twist in Nanjing.
The quality and quantity of duck eaten in Nanjing has earned it one of it’s many nicknames - "Yadu" (鸭都) or "Duck Capital".
Price:Free enter for the outside, inner side 20 Yuan/ticket
Close to the city center and featuring 368 hectares of water and 104 hectares of land, Xuanwu Lake Park is a favourite getaway for locals. Well before the sunrise and even after sunset, the park is bustling with visitors. Some come to walk, jog, or fly kites, others to practice Tai Chi, and many more just want to enjoy the scenery
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Hours:Open 7:30 to 6:00pm
Price:8 Yuan/ticket up to the View Terrace, 7 Yuan/ticket to park