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Weekend getaway—Gudong waterfall

Post by Claire Wang on Jul. 19, 2015. Destinations:

As a citizen of Guilin—a well-known international tourism city that is unique, delicate, pretty and relaxing—I’ve got enough visual enjoyment of karst mountains and the gentle, teal-colored rivers since all the time. When my friends from other cities come to me for ideas of traveling in Guilin, Li River water trip is the first thing my mind’s leapt to. But what about the 2nd time? Or what about the 3rd? Last weeken...Read More

2-days trip in Longshen

Post by Alex on May. 04, 2015. Destinations:

In april 2015 i had a great 2-days trip in Longshen district. Me and my guid...Read More

Ura Yakchoe Festival

Post by Tshering Yangchen on Apr. 07, 2015. Destinations:

FestivalDescription Ura,the beautiful countryside of Bumthang is known for its famous dance known asthe Ura Yakchoe after which the festival was named. The Ura Yakchoe festival isheld annually during spring and the highlight of the festival is unveiling ofsacred and an important reli...Read More

Druk Path Trek

Post by Tshering Yangchen on Apr. 07, 2015. Destinations:

Trek Description DrukPath Trek is one of the most popular treks in Bhutan and it passes through agorgeous natural landscape of blue pine forests, high ridges and pristine lakeswhile at the same time offering the opportunity to visit some ancient temples,dzongs...Read More


Post by Tshering Yangchen on Apr. 05, 2015. Destinations:

  Bhutan is a Buddhist country and people often refer to it as the last stronghold of Vajrayana Buddhism. Buddhism was first introduced by the Indian Tantric master Guru Padmasambhava in the 8th century. Until then the people practiced ...Read More

Meditation and Retreat

Post by Tshering Yangchen on Apr. 05, 2015. Destinations:

  As one of the last strongholds of Vajrayana Buddhism, meditation and mediation retreats are a common practice amongst Monks and Buddhist practitioners in Bhutan. Small retreat centers and hermitages are located all over the country, usually next to temples, monasteries and monastic schools. These retreats and meditation centers provide places of respite from the cares and stress of everyday life. Devout ...Read More

Taktsang(Tiger nest)

Post by Tshering Yangchen on Apr. 04, 2015. Destinations:

Taktsang Monastery is located atop an 800 meter cliff in Paro,is one of the most important monasteries in Bhutan.The was named  as Taktsang after Guru Padmasambhava (I...Read More

My minority discovery tour in Guizhou

Post by Ling Liang on Mar. 14, 2015. Destinations:

I took a trip to Guizhou province with myfriends in the end of February, 2015.  It was the first time for us to visit there even we have been the tour guide formany years.  We started the tour fromGuilin in the morning, after two and half hours driving, we arrived at Liuzhoucity for a break. We had enjoyed the famous rice noodle cooked with snails inthere. Then we drove for almost 5hours to Chongjiang County with one stop ...Read More