Qibao Ancient Town Pictures

Qibao's old streets still maintain the layout of Song style with the main busy streets perpendicular to the river.

Qibao is an old own in the outskirts of Shanghai but only 18 kilometers away from the city proper. It gained its name for the Qibao Temple of the Song Dynasty and was an important commercial town during the Ming and Qing Dynasty. Developments on the old streets brings the old place to life, attracting more and more people to travel and the chance to taste all the various delicious street food. Attraction Intro: Qibao Ancient Town
  • Qibao's old streets still maintain the layout of Song style with the main busy streets perpendicular to the river.
  • There are many buildings of Ming and Qing styles that still well reserved in the South and North Streets of Qibao.
  • Qibao Old Town, Shanghai
  • The old town is bristled with shops: general merchandise, handicraft in the North Street and snacks in the south Street.
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Asked by Ann from USA | Feb. 12, 2015 10:46Reply
Mount Everest. Any recommendations from Lhasa on how to get there?
Want to visit the Mt.but only want to stay one night.
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Answered by Heidi from INDONESIA | Feb. 13, 2015 00:15
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Ann, it usually takes four days to have a round-trip to Mt. Everest. Many travellers just hire a driver and a car to take them there. It's a long distance from Lhasa. A car can accommodate four passengers. A person needs to pay CNY 1800 to 2000.

However, I have heard that foreigners are not allowed to visit Tibet from Feb. 15. And there is no information when this ban will be cancelled.
Asked by lyn brooks from AUSTRALIA | Jul. 22, 2011 05:05Reply
what is the weather like in may in china and what tours do you recommend
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Answered by Ms.BL2022 from CHINA | Jul. 22, 2011 22:41
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May is a good time to visit China. It is warm but not so hot and there is little rain in most places of China.
If you prefer the historical sites, I think Beijing and Xian are good choices; if you like the modern sites, then Shanghai is better; if you want to see some beautiful natural scenery, I think you can go to Guilin and Yangshuo; if you want to taste the ethnic customers, Tibet is the best destination...
Read this to see if you can get more inspirations: https://www.travelchinaguide.com/tour/default.htm
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