Just outside the of Labrang, a monastery town in western China’s Gansu province, is a secret so special it’s known to only a few outsiders. This is the Norden Camp, a luxurious accommodation in the heart of western China’s wilderness.
Whether you’re exploring the concrete jungles of Shanghai and Beijing, or an actual jungle in southern China, it’s a welcome surprise to find a safe haven at the end of each day where you can relax in style. Across the vast land of China, from the lush forest of Yunnan to the red walls of […]
People tend to stereotype Taiwan as a little, overcrowded island centered around manufacturing industries. However, Taiwan is much more than that. Taiwan has something for everyone: stunning natural scenery, rich traditional and modern culture, beautiful beaches, renowned hot springs and delicious food. Culture: Taiwanese culture is the distinct result of a mix of traditional Chinese, […]
Earlier this month, WildChina travel consultant Sherry Duo packed her bags and hopped on the train for a short weekend adventure in northern China. Sherry is originally from Datong, a city of +3 million in Shanxi province, but has lived in Beijing for over a decade and only travels back home for special occasions, including, […]
WildChina is excited to announce the product launch of Cityscapes & Countrysides: An Intimate Look at China and Vietnam. This pioneering cross-border journey will transport guests through two ancient capitals and into contact with rural ethnic minorities. The trip begins in Beijing where you will be part of modern China at its best, as business […]
Finding unique clothing that satisfies the needs of WildChina guides in China’s coldest areas, while allowing them to look the part when in remote boutique hotels, is not an easy task. When leading off-the-beaten-path tours to China’s most remote regions, how does a rugged, adventurous guide maintain a clean, professional look? Khunu to the rescue. […]
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