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Things to do in China

  • Guy Rubin

    Known for:Rubin is the China expert other agents call for recommendations (among those who outsource to him is members-only travel club Nota Bene).... More
  • Habitat Lounge

     For a breath of balmy night air, claim a terrace or rooftop table at the 2009-opened indoor-outdoor bar atop a skyscraper in the happening distric... More
  • Haidian

    Located northwest of the city, this district is where many of the city’s universities are located. It’s also home to the Beijing Zoo (with its ever... More
  • Haiyin Market

    The silk and wool market is located next to Haiyin Bridge. More
  • Hanart TZ Gallery

  • Hanging Temple of Mount Hengshan

    View the Buddhist sculptures in the Hanging Temple of Mount Hengshan, which clings precipitously to the side of a cliff. More
  • Hangzhou Bay Bridge

    Where: Hangzhou Bay on the East China Sea, traversing the Qiantang River at the Yangtze River Delta.   Stats: 22 miles long.   Awe Factors: With wa... More
  • Happy Valley Racecourse

    Even if you have zero interest in horse racing or gambling, you must—must—attend a horse race if you really want to understand Hong Kong culture. L... More
  • Homeless

    The shop sells ceiling lights inspired by brass cooking pots as well as whimsical prints by local illustrator Carrie Chau. More
  • Hong Kong International Airport (HKG)

    Only London’s Heathrow and Paris’ Charles de Gaulle are busier than this airport, which saw almost 51 million passengers in 2010. HKIA opened in 19... More
  • Hong Kong Museum of Art

  • Hong Kong Transit Tour

    If your travel plans allow for just a few hours’ stopover in Hong Kong, tours with Vigor Tours Ltd. give you a quick-and-dirty overview of the city... More
  • Houhai Lake

    The central Houhai Lake is lined with lively waterfront bars and cafés, take a stroll along the promenade before sitting down to dine. More
  • HuaXiangYuan Tea Shop

    Take home China’s drink. This shop has a variety of boxed sets of teapots, cups, and samples of all the tea in China, from 500g (17.64 ounces) of U... More
  • Humble Administrator's Garden

    A must see in Suzhou, 45 minutes by train from Shanghai, the garden dates to the Song dynasty. In the main area, covered walkways open onto a pond ... More
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