It's almost 3 a.m., and I am wide awake in a hotel room - I am in China for the second time! Five years ago my daughter and I came to visit my son and his wife, who were living in Nanjing. We had an exciting time, visiting Shanghai, Nanjing, Beijing, Chengdu, and Xian. That time we were visiting for four weeks - this time we have only half as much time.
The layout of Yangzhou is fairly simple, and most attractions can be reached on foot or by rides in passenger carriages. Yangzhou is boxed in by the old Grand Canal and Slender West Lake on the northwest side of town. The center of town is marked by the large white Wen Chang pavilion, making a good reference point for the rest of the city. Wen Chang road, which runs on an east-west axis, is considered the main drag in town as well.
Wuhan is situated along the edge of the Changjiang (Yangtze, 长江) River. Ferries are available to Shanghai, Chongqing and other riverside cities. There are 18 ferry routes in the city, of which there are three fast line routes. There is also a sightseeing tour on the Yangtze river. You can board the ferry at a two different ferry docks (Zhonghua road in Wuhang or WuhanGuan in Hankou). This means of transportation is pretty cheap, safe, and excellent for visitors who are interested in the natural landscape and a bit of fresh air.
Buses are the main form of public transportation in Shaoxing. The bus system covers all the tourist attractions, but not many the bus drivers or conductors speak English, so it is important to plan which line(s) you will ride ahead of time.
Buses cost 2 RMB which should be paid in change. Some special bus lines which travel outside the city center, such as Ke Qiao, have a ticket-seller onboard.
Address:3 Bus Stations in Xiamen
Long Distant Bus Travel
Address:Near Lingchuanbali Jie, Yanshan District, North Guilin
Gulin Qixinglu Tietong Office 桂林七星路铁通售票点
Address:Shenyang North Train Station (Shenyang Huo Che Bei Zhan)
Datong station is the principal station of the national railway, there are lots of trains can take you to everywhere in China.It remains the most efficient way to travel or business.
Wuxi in total covers a large area, but the actual Central Business District is very compact and easy to navigate on foot. At first it can seem a little confusing, because the city is not designed like a rectangular grid. However, once you can picture the layout of the city from a bird’s eye view, it is quite simple.
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To adapt to rapid economic development, the local government has been endeavoring to create a complete transport infrastructure including metro, light rail and viaducts alongside the current transport facilities. The grand cross-sea bridge, which will become China’s 2nd longest bridge, will cost 10 billion RMB to build, making it the most expensive construction project in Qingdao’s history. The bridge will connect Qingdao with Huangdao (the economic & high-tech development zones).
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