Rest of China

Rest of China Travel Guide

This low-lit bar features dark wood furnishings and live music.

Outside, there are large and colorful carvings etched on the mountains, all portraying Chinese fables and ancient dynasties. Inside the temple, the whispers of prayer bring you into a different world.

Located on a hilltop in southern China and opened in September 2009, this pint-size park is almost entirely staffed—from entertainers to janitors—by people less than four feet tall.

The Jinci Temple weaves a thread between Taoism, Confucianism, and Buddhism.

Inspired by years of collecting antiques and contemporary artwork in China, Wisconsin residents Brian and Jeanee Linden moved directly to the source and opened the Linden Centre in the southern province of Yunnan.

The museum offers a superb survey of the region’s 5,000-year history.

If you’re in search of hand-painted decorative fans, it’s worth the three-hour trip from Guilin along the Li River to the small village of Fuli, where you’ll find Fan Street.