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If you come to China to travel, work or live – and you are one of the members of our modern world – then you will need a Chinese SIM card to keep in touch with the Internet and make phone calls (or SMS, but I don’t know the people who still use SMS in the days of Facebook Messenger, Whatsapp, LINE, We Chat and Kakao Talk). You may also want to get a VPN in China to connect to Facebook, Google and YouTube. As with most Asian countries I have been to, getting a prepaid card is usually a breeze. They are cheap, easy to recharge, and you can connect in almost a few minutes. Just make sure your phone is unlocked and you can easily use your new SIM card. China Mobile’s network works in much the same way, but there are some issues you should be aware of – so there is a guide to help you understand which SIM card to get when you come to China.   China’s Three Major Mobile Operators   There are three major mobile Internet operators in China: China Mobile, China Unicom and China Telecom. China Mobile, 中国移动 The largest mobile […]

How to get sim card in China-Ultimate guide 2019

How to get from Xi’an Xianyang Airport to city center? It’s about 40 km from Xi’an Xianyang Airport to City Center. There are 2 ways of transportation for you to get to the city center from the airport. How to get from Xi’an xianyang airport to city center by Bus Ticket Office:  T2—1F (Arrival Level) T3—1F (GTC) Bus station:   T2—outside of 1F (Arrival Level) T3—south side of 1F(GTC) “Ticket Checking” Price: RMB 25 Traders Hotel line at West Gate: Time: 6:00am — the end of the last flight arrived Interval: about 20min/shift (before 21:40)  50min/shift (after 21:40) Notice: the bus runs according to the flight schedule after 2:00am the next day Operation time: 70min Route: Xianyang Airport——West Gate Airport Traders Hotel——Bell Tower Hotel (7:00-21:40)   High tech Zone Zhicheng Park Hotel line: Time: 7:00—20:00 Interval: 30min/shift Operation time: 70min Route: Xianyang Airport——High tech Zone Zhicheng Park Hotel   Xi’an Railway Station Longhai hotel line: Time: 7:00 am—2:00am the next day Interval: 30min/shift Operation time: 70min Route: Xianyang Airport——Fengcheng 6th Road (20:00—2:00am the next day)——Tuoniaowang Building ——Xi’an Railway Station Longhai Hotel   South Gate Xi’an hotel line Time: 7:00 am—2:00am the next day Interval: 30min/shift Operation time: 70min Route: Xianyang Airport——Chengxi […]

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How To Arrive At Singapore City Center From Changi Airport   The Singapore Changi Airport, which is also called Changi Airport (IATA: SIN, ICAO: WSSS), is quite instrumental to Singapore. Asides being one of the biggest aviation hubs in Asia, it is also rated as one of the busiest airports in the world – with over 100 airlines flying to 400 cities across the world. Additionally, since 2013, Skytrax has ranked the Singapore Changi Airport as the best in the world for seven consecutive years. The Airport is situated in Changi, 20 km (12 miles) northeast of Marina Bay, Singapore’s central district.   1. MRT (Mass Rapid Transit) One of the advantages of travelling to the city through an MRT train is that it helps you save cost. This option is great for travellers who want to be more economical. If you want to board an MRT, you can walk down to the train station from Changi Terminal 2 or Changi Terminal 3. The train station is situated at the basement level of Changi Terminal 2. From Changi Terminal 1, you can board a SkyTrain and move to Changi Terminal 3. The trip takes about 15 minutes or thereabout. Furthermore, […]

How To Arrive At Singapore City Center From Changi Airport

Tianjin Port, located on the western shore of Bohai Gulf in mainland China, serves as the primary maritime gateway to Beijing. It is the largest man-made port in the country and the second largest general port, with Shanghai port being superior in size. Covering an area of approximately 121 square kilometers, Tianjin Port boasts a quay shoreline of about 32 kilometers and over 150 production berths. Situated around 70 kilometers northwest of Tianjin City and 140 kilometers from Beijing, it holds a strategic location for trade and transportation. By the end of 2013, Tianjin Port had established itself as a key player in foreign trade and export volume from mainland China, ranking second and first respectively in these categories. With aspirations to become North China’s premier logistics and shipping hub, Tianjin Port is an integral part of Binhai New District’s ambitious development program. For travelers arriving at Tianjin Port, there are various options for exploration. They can choose to visit the attractions within Tianjin City or venture to the outskirts to witness the magnificence of the Great Wall. Additionally, convenient access to high-speed railway stations near the port and Tianjin City allows visitors to easily reach Beijing or other scenic […]

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Xian Big Wild Goose Pagoda is a prehistoric building found in Xian City, China. It is also known as the Great Wild Goose Pagoda or the Giant Wild Goose Pagoda. It represents the traditional Chinese architecture. It has a simple style, solemn appearance, and high structure. This structure was built during the Tang Dynasty period. Buddhists consider it as a holy place. It is recognized as a National Cultural Relic Preserve. It attracts millions of tourists every year. Visitors can enjoy a scenic view of Xian City from this building. How was it built? This seven-storied structure is an architectural wonder. It stands at a height of 64.5m. It was constructed using layers of bricks. No cement was used in the process. This is the reason it is one of most well preserved prehistoric structures in the world. Just like most traditional Chinese architecture, bracket style was used in building the pagoda. Weather, war, and earthquakes have destroyed it but it still has its beauty. How did it get its name? This pagoda got its name from the ancient times. There was division in Buddhists at one time. One group had no problem eating meat. They run out of meat […]

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Not many people knew about Xi’an Lewa Happy World when it first opened up its gates to the world as a premium theme park. Today, it is known as one of the world’s leading fountain of fun and adventure, pomp and color. Thousands of people walk into the Chinese park that was designed to reflect coastal features. The paradise effect Xi’an Lewa is mesmerizing at first glance. The three horse-shoes like water bodies form the magnificence of the park’s architectural outlook. Their edges will make you feel like you are walking on a sunny beach in search of exotic delicacies. It’s the place to be if you like good tasting food given its assortment of theme restaurants. Jump from the dining table to world-class shopping malls, gyms or dive in for a swim as you watch your children ride ponies, race cars or sew-saw in the back-drop of a fun-bobbling crowd. West meets east The park’s circular perimeter is a reflection of the globe, making it the heart of amusement with the universal mark of cultural excellence. This can be seen on how the park immortalizes Hollywood superhero and cartoon characters. Other than the life-size statues of these characters, you […]

Travel Guide To Xi’an Lewa Happy World

China is a popular tourist destination for many travel and leisure enthusiasts. There are several reasons why people want to flock to this country and this includes their vast and colorful history, ancient structures and of course, the iconic Great Wall of China. Not only that, the nation is known for is it’s unique and amazing wildlife and some of these creatures can no longer be spotted anywhere in the world. Sadly, because their natural habitats have been destroyed to make way for progress, several of these animals are already considered to be endangered species. Because of this, the government had to intervene to avoid losing their diverse wildlife as well as any natural resources they had available, and thus the Louguantai Wild Animal Breeding and Protection Center was born. Founded in 1987, the center is located in the Shaanxi province of China. Travel and leisure enthusiasts will discover that not only can they find beautiful and exotic creatures inside the center, they will also observe the dedication the workers strive for in making sure that the center is a success. Animals that can be found there are the Red Panda, Big Panda, Black Bear, Golden Monkey and the Crested […]

Louguantai Wild Animal Breeding and Protection Center

The most dangerous destination for mountain hiking that has been suggested by many in the world is a hike to Mount Huashan Xi’an. The hike begins with the heavenly stairs, a long and steep narrow concrete steps that are tolerable at best. The Black Dragon Ridge can be ventured by only the most courageous trekkers. The ridge narrower and steeper and it has got sharp drops towards its right and left. The next phase in this hike is a steep series of steps. Here, the climb becomes more severe as hikers reach West Peak Mountain, before climbing all the way to the top of Mount Huashan. The view from the top of the mountain is phenomenal and tourists who have been brave enough to reach the very top often wish that they could spend the rest of the day their admiring the view. Unfortunately, the descent back down is said to be even more dangerous than climbing up the mountain. This is especially so in lower temperatures, when just one slip on the icy steps could send hikers to their death within seconds. Another part of this hike involves a twenty foot series of chains which must be climbed with […]

Mountain Huashan hiking trail

Luoyang Longmen Grottoes represent some of the most historic and memorable Chinese Buddhist art. Here you will find thousands of statues. They are in close proximity to Luoyang in Henan, one of China’s remarkable provinces. Luoyang is home to Buddha’s statues as well as his disciples’. The 2, 345 caves consists of up to 100, 000 statues of 1 to 57feet (height) and 2, 500 stelae. The caves are a kilometer away from the cliff and stretch along river banks. The site is a true manifestation of what the artistic creativity bestowed upon humans, just as UNESCO denoted in their World Heritage List. A 30-minute drive from Luoyang city and 12 kilometers of ground cover will land you in Longmen Grottoes. The site is featured among the top three most crucial sites in the great country of China. What makes it stand out is the Buddhist sumptuous carvings and sculptures. The east hill is the hub of Baijuyi’s Tomb in memory of the nation’s famous ancient poet and home to the Xiangshan Temple, while the west hill prides in the most caves and grottoes. It is nearly impossible to talk about world sculpture history without mentioning the Longmen Grottoes. First […]

How to get to Longmen grottoes from Xi’an