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Ladies Market

A vibrant Shopping area full over fake brands and various souvenirs.
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Temple Street Night Market

Located in Kowloon, it is renowned for their street food in addition to typical market goods.
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Songzhuang Art Community

I then went to Songzhuang art colony which is I have a complete bias for. It is located in Tongzhou District and is the most famous and biggest artist community in Beijing. Painters, sculptors, performing artists, musicians, composers, writers, photographers, name it and you will meet them all in this single colony. It is in true sense home to about thousand artists. It used to be a laid back quite town but has today managed to emerge as the most sought after centre in China’s contemporary art scene. A tranquil place where all dreamers live next to each other! If you are looking for an environment blessed for deep inner contemplation then Songzhuang is what you are looking for. It is the best place to meet the artists, learn some of their struggles and stories of great achievements. You can begin your trip with a visit to the Artists Reception Center on Xiaopu Jie at the village square or to the Songzhuang Art Museum off Xiaopu Jie in northern Songzhuang.
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798 Art Zone

This is one of the most famous places that has successfully attracted many artists, poets and painters over the years whether Chinese or from other parts of the world. It is also known as Dashanzi Art District and is 18 km away from the first stop. It is one of the biggest and celebrated art area in Beijing. The area has its roots in the abandoned factory buildings. The art area of 798 can trace back to 2003, when an abandoned factory was rented to a freelance painter, who opened his own art gallery. 798 refer to the name of the factory. The spacious site is a welcome for art galleries and ambitious projects. It goes without saying that 798 has become a hub of contemporary art in modern Beijing. It is a well suited area for art galleries. A walk down the area will help you see the preserved appearance of old factories, rusty steel construction or abandoned site. It is like reliving the past of 798 factory in the old city of Beijing. Today this place holds top quality exhibitions, quaint museums, cafes, cinema screening films most days. It is perfect example of upholding traditions in a modern city. The rustic charm that it endorses truly made it one of my favourite places in the city.
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Chung King Mansion

Amazing Indian food at very reasonable prices.
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Wangfujing Street

It is the most talked about street in Beijing among foreigners. Well, I guess that`s why I see a lot of foreigners here. Wangfujing is famous for its food street. Along this street you will find many stall selling all kinds of food. Even some weird weird food items you don't usually find. Tips: It gets cheaper as you walk further.
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Trips Stories

We go for some last-minute souvenir shopping and celebrate our successful trip with an elaborate dinner before heading our separate ways....

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We all love to visit the local Chinese restaurant in town for a good meal or maybe we shop in the Chinatown district of one of our major cities, but have you ever contemplated visiting China itself?...

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It is a China resisting the encroaching modernity that has claimed the east....

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The Great Wall of China It is often said that if one has visited China and has not seen the famous Great Wall then one has not seen the real China....

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In most situations when you set out on a trip you have a destination in mind, but for us the best part of traveling has always been all the points between A and B, with the start and finish points just being unavoidable evils....

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Xi’an is an example of the richness of China’s past....

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I still cannot fathom what exactly convinced me to take a trip to China in order to usher in the New Year 2014....

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I went to WUHAN, CHINA....

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Hope this China itinerary helps!...

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We visited a modern art district, a boutique shopping area, the former French Concession and a local park....

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The sights in China were truly amazing....

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This is a very common aspect of China, at least of what I've seen....

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It was a lovely shopping street with all the big brands lighting up the dark evening with flea market tucked inbetween somewhere....

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The joy of being in these two places is that you get to visit the historical places and can do street shopping to the fullest....

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From the deserts in the west to the ocean on the east, China has a rich and textured history that encompasses over 5,000 years....

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Around 2,000 years back, missionaries from India took Buddhism to China and cave art like those of Yungang came around 500 years after that....

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China’s most cosmopolitan city, Shanghai has lots to offer to visitors....

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Would you be brave enough to rent a scooter in China?...

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In an hour, I was done with most of my shopping agenda....

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The plans to go to China were made a year in advance so I had time to save money, which I ended up taking $900 in pocket change to China....

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THINGS TO EAT IN CHINA Now, China is a hard core non vegetarian country....

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