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After docking at Chongqing, a city of 33 million people and the biggest cities in China. In the 1970s the Chinese government chose Chongqing as a centre of industrial growth and many new factories were built there.The city is quite amazing with infrastructure eg freeways, monorail system etc constructed mainly after 2000. This city was the nation's capital during the war due to ...
Chongqing is a great city to visit for a holiday but you need to do your research first. Knowing when to visit, where to stay and how to handle the weather can help you enjoy your holiday more.
Finding great Chongqing accommodation is not too difficult considering the wide range of options available. From hotels that offer top level facilities, to mid-range establishments all the way to dormitory style ...
... to go and the only things that stand in the way are the mountains and a constant reminder that I am still oh so far away. No matter, my mind says. Ride on, it continues. Ride on, a little at a time, chipping away at the four digit number that seems too large to comprehend. Ride on in the moment, because it’s not just where we have been, or where we are going, but the place in between the two, the here and now of the ...
... food so when the train rolled in at 10.30pm we were tired, hungry and miserable. The straight line distance between Huaihua and Chongqing is about 250 miles. Average speed: less than 20mph.
Luckily the hostel was the best that we had stayed in on the trip so far, so we at least woke up the following morning feeling refreshed. Chongqing, a city which I knew very little about, was a surprise inclusion in our plan that ended up in the itinerary as we hadn't been able ...
... city skyline. China's economy is definitely booming the construction going on is everywhere and they are massive job sites, with cranes dotted along the skyline as far as you can see . The SNA tour guides have been great in each city, no hassles. I wouldn't like to travel without an English speaking guide in China although Shanghai seem very multicultural, and they don't seem to stare at westerners so much as other cities. Having Blonde hair in China really stands out ...