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Chunyun A Massive Travel Month with 2.98 Billion People Travels Just Before The Chinese New Year.

Chunyun A Massive Travel Month with 2.98 Billion People Travels Just Before The Chinese New Year.

This year’s spring festival travel rush, known as Chunyun, will see people taking 2.98 billion trips by various means, with high-speed trains playing a greater role during the world’s largest annual migration. 29th Jan marks the first day of this year’s Chunyun, when people start to travel home for the Chinese New Year, which falls...
Best Priced Tibet  Small Group Tours | Explore Tibet

Best Priced Tibet Small Group Tours | Explore Tibet

The Tibet Autonomous Region of China is one of the most unique places any traveler can visit, and gives one a unique experience of the culture and religion of the Tibetan people. Located high on the Tibetan plateau in the far west of China, the plateau has an average altitude of over 4,000 meters, making...
How To Take The Tibet Train to Lhasa? World Highest Train | Explore Tibet Travel Info

How To Take The Tibet Train to Lhasa? World Highest Train | Explore Tibet Travel Info

How to take the Tibet Train to Lhasa Tibet, the roof of the world and a hugely popular tourist destination, has various routes to use to get there. While flying from Nepal or China is a fast way to get there, it can never beat traveling by train. The scenery along the Qinghai-Tibet Railway is...
Sichuan-Tibet Railway - Tibet Travel News

Sichuan-Tibet Railway – Tibet Travel News

Sichuan–Tibet Railway, 1800km, is China’s second Sky Road after the Qinghai–Tibet Railway put into use in 2006. The first segment from Chengdu to Kangding started in 2014, and the other end from Nyingchi to Lhasa began in June of 2015. Now, from Kangding to Nyingchi is the last segment of Sichuan–Tibet Railway which is also the longest...
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