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Cuby Miller

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How to travel avoid the crowds and overpriced venues?

    Millions of Chinese and foreign tourists flock to China's most famous spots every year, which can lead to giant crowds at every turn. If you hate crowds and overpriced venues, or like to go off the

2012/9/28 9:06:48 回复

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Mary Wang

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1) Shanghai – avoid the Yu Garden; go to the parks and Tianzifang instead
Shanghai tourist sites are often problematic as the city has so many tourists and really only a handful of tourist spots. If it had fewer people and was less expensive, the Yu Garden would be a wonderful place of Zen. However the massive crowds mean that it is anything but peaceful. The sma

2012/9/28 9:11:08

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edith

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hanghai – avoid the Yu Garden; go to the parks and Tianzifang instead
Beijing: avoid the Great Wall at Badaling; go to the Great Wall at Mutianyu instead
Avoid Terracotta Warriors in Xi'an; go to Western Han Dynasty Terracotta Warriors in Xuzhou instead
Avoid "Factory" Tours at all costs
The only kind of "factory" tours I've found worth the trouble are tours like the Tsingtao Beer Museum in Qingdao and the Yantai Chengyu Wine Museum, that

2012/9/28 11:17:36

edith

Posts:7

shanghai – avoid the Yu Garden; go to the parks and Tianzifang instead
Beijing: avoid the Great Wall at Badaling; go to the Great Wall at Mutianyu instead
Avoid Terracotta Warriors in Xi'an; go to Western Han Dynasty Terracotta Warriors in Xuzhou instead
Avoid "Factory" Tours at all costs
The only kind of "factory" tours I've found worth the trouble are tours like the Tsingtao Beer Museum in Qingdao and the Yantai Chengyu Wine Museum, that

2012/9/28 11:17:45

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