Kashgar was once a vital stop along the Silk Road. A grand bazaar appeared and today it’s still an epicentre of curious trade.
Arriving in Kashgar is like stepping out of a time machine. It’s hard to believe this is China – it could be the Silk Road from centuries ago!
This market is promoted as a window to the Silk Road. Unfortunately it lacks authenticity and is just another symbol of the growth of tourism in China.
Between the jewellery, buddhas and Maos, the Panjiayuan Market in Beijing is a collector’s dream! But there are plenty of markets across the whole city!
A restaurant that serves animal penis? At this Beijing restaurant you can find out what it’s like to eat animal penis. It’s only for the brave!
There’s plenty to see in Beijing so here’s a guide of some of the best things to do on any visit to the Chinese capital.
Visit the park around Beijing’s Temple of Heaven any morning and you will not be so worried about getting old. Hundreds of elderly people will amaze you!
The Great Wall of China stretches across the country. One of the easiest places to visit it from is Beijing. But what does the wall think of that? 🙂
What happens when hipsters clash with the old-timers in the backstreets of Beijing…