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The Garden of Happiness

Who is writing has had, from its own point of view, the “privilege” to know, in general the China and in particular Shanghai, in the early ’80s,

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The charm of Lijiang

The Yunnan Province, one of the Chinese provinces of which we have already spoken, showing for each of them a number of interesting photos. In particular, just

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Xishuangbanna Autonomous Prefecture

China, a huge country with the largest population of the planet and a vast territory with the cold north, such as Liaoning Province, and the tropical south

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The biggest rock Buddha in the world

China, a country with a fascinating history and an ancient culture, a country of which The Golden Scope is a fan, and me, the writer of this

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Best ecolodges in Asia

As we mentioned in our article on the best eco-lodges in South America, The Golden Scope has a soft spot for eco-tourism and eco-friendly accommodations.
For this

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Top destinations for a “Bear Safari”

If you are imagining a safari, probabily you are thinking about the wild animals of the african savannah… in fact this is the best known holiday safari.

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Discovering the Guizhou Province

The People’s Republic of China is the largest state of the Far East with an area of ​​slightly less than Europe. It’s also the most populous state

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China’s top five natural attractions

China’s vast and diverse territory holds some of the most beautiful, fascinating and wonderful natural sceneries on earth.
Needless to say that The Golden Scope is a

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Dazu Rock Carvings

China, the most populous country of our planet with more than 1 billion 300 million people; it is divided into “provinces” that are very populous, too.

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The Prefecture of Zhangjiajie

The Prefecture of Zhangjiajie is located in southern China and more precisely in Hunan Province, an area landlocked that is known for its natural beauty and because

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Ice bars from around the world

If you have never heard of an ice bar before, then you better keep your hears open and list—more accurately—read what we are about to tell you!