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title: Meridian Gate
Meridian Gate
With a height of 35 meters (114.8 ft), the Meridian Gate, where important and formal ceremonies were held during the Ming and Qing dynasties, is the southern gate of the Forbidden City. Today, tourists are only allowed to enter this door. You will find that there are three gateways in Meridian Gate. In fact, it has five gateways with two others on the inner side of the base of the tower and west respectively. The larger main entrance door in the middle was used ...
title: Beijing hutong tour by rickshaw
Beijing hutong tour by rickshaw
As it is popular the rickshaw is the most frequently used form of transportation by tourists for taking the Hutong tour. The rickshaw presents a unique view of Beijing hutongs and so it has becomes all the more popular with tourists. This is the reason why the Beijing hutong tour by rickshaw has become an indispensable part of Beijing tourism in the recent years. Despite the fact that rickshaws become more expensive as compared to taking a taxi, since ...
title: See real Beijing life
See real Beijing life
You can visit the old alleys hutong and observe Beijing residents in their element - playing cards on the streets, walking their birds, and if you're lucky, you may even be invited into a Courtyard siheyuan by a local family for a cup Tea! Along the way, you'll pass a brothel than 100 years, an old teahouse, a local market and ...
title: chinatown
chinatown
Chinatown is an area that’s well-off in civilization and inheritance, most well-known for the buzz of action that environs it during the celebratory season of Chinese New Year. The most excellent way to find out this historical place is to go on board on the Chinatown trail, which brings you on a trip of interesting and astonishing finds, The Chinatown track with an addition of shopping at Ann Siang ...
title: chinatown
chinatown
Chinatown night market ended on 30 September 1983 when the stalls were repositioned and relocated into a towering and high rise complex. For almost many Singaporeans and even tourists, this towering step almost killed the spirit of Chinatown. Paradoxically, in 2001, Smith Street was transformed into a food street and in 2003 ...
title: First Arabic Press
First Arabic Press
title: Vintage Antique Silver and Metal Water Jugs and Pots
Vintage Antique Silver and Metal Water Jugs and Pots
Abu Dhabi, UAE
title: Admire traditional Chinese temples
Admire traditional Chinese temples
Your expert guide will take you through the winding streets of Beijing and tell stories and facts about every stop you make. See the skyline of beautiful illuminated city as you bike Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City. Enjoy the scenic and lush surroundings of Shichahai Lake and Jingshan Park and cycle down Nanluoguxiang Alley to see boutiques and built along the old alleys.Avoid ...
title: chinatown
chinatown
The cultural and tribal Chinese were assigned and allocated the region of southwest of the Singapore River and Chinatown was born. The bodily scenery was shaped from 1843 when establishments and authorities leased land for growth and development. A creation of this development is the beginning of "five ...
title: Dubai Museum
Dubai Museum
When you visit the Dubai Museum — housed in the Al Fahidi Fort which was implicit 1787, the most established existing building in the city — you'll experience vivid dioramas and displays that delineate ordinary life in the days prior to the revelation of oil. The gallery, which was opened in 1971, highlights exhibitions that ...
title: First Arabic Press
First Arabic Press
title: Traditional alleys and courtyard houses
Traditional alleys and courtyard houses
The distance from the northeast corner of the northwest corner of the Forbidden City is 753 meters. At the end of Jingshanqian Street, the huge lake is divided into two parts, Beihai (North Sea) and Zhonghai (Mar Medium) by Beihai Bridge south. The palace Rare Books of the National Library Museum is just across the bridge. It originated from Beiping Library was founded in 1931. At that time, the library was equipped with the most advanced facilities and Western ...
title: chinatown
chinatown
in the 1960s to 1980s. Chinatown night market ended on 30 September 1983 when the stalls were re positioned and relocated into a towering and high rise complex. For almost many Singaporeans and even tourists, this towering step almost killed the spirit of Chinatown. Paradoxically, in 2001, Smith Street was transformed into a food street and in 2003 stalls offering gifts and souvenirs was reintroduced. Perhaps, ...
title: chinatown
chinatown
Chinatown is a region that’s wealthy in civilization and inheritance, most well-known for the buzz of action that environs it during the celebratory season of Chinese New Year. The most excellent way to find out this historical place is to go on board on the Chinatown trail, which brings you on a trip of interesting and astonishing finds, The trail starts at Pagoda Street in the Chinatown Heritage Centre, where you’ll ...
title: Nanchizi to Beichizi Street
Nanchizi to Beichizi Street
From the names of some of the tracks, as rail silks and satins and rail porcelain, you can tell what is stored here then. The layout of 31 yards still maintains the style of the Qing Dynasty, and there are many hidden lanes historic sites. Heading north along the street Nanchizi to Beichizi Street, and after mounting a 1.5 km, you will see ...
title: Loket Castle
Loket Castle
This is an image of porcelain dining ware in Loket Castle in Czech Republic. It has many antique elements like this. This castle is a popular one. People love to visit this place. It is surrounded by beautiful lush green forest and mountains which is really enticing in sight. The natural beauty is well maintained and enchanting to see. It feels great to be here. The view is amazing ...
title: Beautiful Vintage Arabian Chandelier in front of the Spa
Beautiful Vintage Arabian Chandelier in front of the Spa
Dubai Old Town
title: The Historic neighbourhoods
The Historic neighbourhoods
On the bike you can watch the street life and get to know the real Beijing. This bustling city with more than twenty million inhabitants seems to be reduced to a small town, and on your bike you feel like you're actually part of it.Wandering through the hutongs, to discover the daily life of ordinary people in Beijing. These historic neighborhoods are the most characteristic areas of life in Beijing. The atmosphere is friendly, almost people, and there is always something new ...
title: Pretty colourful bikes
Pretty colourful bikes
Beijing is a city of bicycles. Wherever you go, a sea of bikes can always be found. One of the most amazing places are swarming bike going in one direction at a meeting another intersection and only seem to sift through each other without collisions.His charge the bike rental is not less because the bikes are not as new . When necessary, the bike is ...
title: chinatown
chinatown
Chinatown! In 2009, the local Chinatown organization introduced hungry ghost festival tour that was very well received and was a very good celebrated excursion by tourists, locals and expatriates. Optimistically and with a pinch of luck more of such activities and happenings will be organised and presented in the future. Well, meanwhile, temporarily, ...
title: Old Ship Construction Detail on Display at the Museum
Old Ship Construction Detail on Display at the Museum
Abu Dhabi, UAE
title: chinatown
chinatown
One should definitely visit Chinatown marketplace. It’s a must visit for food critics and food lovers, food junkies and street shoppers and shopaholics. Chinatown is a pretty pocket friendly and cheap marketplace and all the shopkeepers are really congenial to talk to and are very friendly. They have suggestions for gifts and souvenirs and you can haggle and bargain if you’re lucky. advisably its way better and ...
title: Booming public bikes
Booming public bikes
Beijing bike lanes are surprisingly widespread. They are said to be contained within the city limits adjusted whopping nine million bicycles were built in this way. A few decades ago, the summer 2014 Amsterdam bicycle commuter traffic will appear as an image of the streets of Beijing's 70 road-a photo dominance. fter Mao Zedong's Communist Party bicycle industry boomed and does ...
title: Easy to travel
Easy to travel
IT is wide and easy for you to travel. It riding eastward along the Chang'an Avenue half mile, you will see the intersection of Chang'an Avenue and south of Heyan Road (Nan He Yan Road) section. Turn left to go along the Nan He Yan Road and move north. Go straight for a mile or so, you get to the northern section of Heyan Road (Bei He Yan Road). There are shops and restaurants along the way. Looking ahead, it passes through the intersection of Wu Si Bei Road and Heyan Road. After ...
title: chinatown
chinatown
Indian Temples, Mosques, and churches can be found and spotted along with Chinese Temples and Monasteries. throughout most important Chinese festivals, the mosque and Indian temples put out grande and large salutation and greeting banners to convey and send their best and warm wishes for the festival. Besides this, On the other hand, festivals in mosque ...
title: Hutongs tour is a must
Hutongs tour is a must
On the west side of the square is the first visit the Great Hall of the People. In 1958, to celebrate the 10th anniversary of New China and show our achievements in architecture, engineering and technical Chinese had spent only 10 months in its design, construction and decoration and construction in September 1959.The finished guide will take you to a bike tour around the hutongs of the city. The whole journey is about 30 kilometers. People say Beijing: Beijing has 3,600 famous hutongs and ...
title: chinatown
chinatown
The cultural and tribal Chinese were assigned and allocated the region of southwest of the Singapore River and Chinatown was born. The bodily scenery was shaped from 1843 when establishments and authorities leased land for growth and development. A creation of this development is the beginning of "five foot ways"; a enclosed walkway with a depth of five feet for the protection of pedestrians from rain or sun. Inside Chinatown, each dialect group ...
title: Danube River and the Church
Danube River and the Church
This is the best place to come with family and friends for some fun. There are many amazing attractions in this world and you should go for the best place and that is Budapest. This is an astonishing snap of the Sepia Shot of Danube River and the Church in Budapest. The sepia effect increases beauty of snap. The Danube River is divided three zones: the upper part, running ...
title: Explore Qianmen East Street
Explore Qianmen East Street
The hill in Jingshan Park took the earth removed to create the moat palace. It is well worth the climb on a clear day spectacular views of the Forbidden City and Beijing. The starting point of your bike tour is Tiananmen Square, located in the city center and is the largest city square in the world - 880m long and 500 meters wide. It is surrounded by many sights. ...
title: chinatown
chinatown
Embark on a unique and luxurious journey at Fairmont Hotel in Singapore, located in the heart of the Singapore aka.lion city. Strategically situated at the intersection of Singapore’s central business districts, world-class shopping and entertainment. Chinatown is made for a really enjoyable experience! Chinatown marketplace starts operating in the morning around 8 am and shuts at when the clock strikes 11pm. One should definitely visit Chinatown ...
title: Old Brown Fishing Boats on the Docks
Old Brown Fishing Boats on the Docks
Abu Dhabi, UAE
title: Wide bike lanes
Wide bike lanes
the Chinese youth between the bicycle culture is a renaissance in the making. The following may be sure, is a small but traditional residence Beijing Courtyard of historical or small lanes hutongs around the formation of a ride in a row, amateur bike city provide an overview of the many attractions hotspot Bicycle ...
title: Traditional Arabic Water Jug made of Metal
Traditional Arabic Water Jug made of Metal
Abu Dhabi, UAE
title: Boats
Boats
Here in this image you can see the Abu Dhabi’s old fisherman boats on the sandy beach shores and it seems to be very lovely. The magnificence of the city can be visited from various perspectives either by utilizing watercrafts or air ships. Infrequently cruising in the moderate wooden boats gives one peace and serenity, visitors enjoy every ...
title: Guns at Beiteddine
Guns at Beiteddine
title: Dumplings
Dumplings
Dumplings have been influenced by the love of the Chinese people for traditional foods. According to legend, dumplings were invented by Zhang Zhong Jing, so the history of Chinese dumplings is already over 1800 years old. During the holidays in northern China, dumplings are the most important dish. Meatballs year end are one of the most important aspects of the celebrations of Chinese New ...
title: Loket Castle
Loket Castle
It is an image of medieval castle dining table in Loket, Czech Republic. These castles have mind-blowing Romanesque architectural elements that remain open, comprised of the popular subterranean dungeons once used as a prison. They are very famous in this area. Loket has beautiful surroundings and especially when you're driving down the ...
title: chinatown   Singapore 
chinatown - Singapore 
title: Colorful Arabian Vintage Ceiling Hanging Lantern
Colorful Arabian Vintage Ceiling Hanging Lantern
Abu Dhabi, UAE
title: chinatown
chinatown
This colorful Chinatown sustained to develop as Singapore grew and prospered. Dating back to as early as the 1950s, people started and began setting up shacks and stalls serving and offering a wide range of goods and steadily and gradually grew and developed into a night market. This market under the moonlight with the hustle-bustle and the noise, crowds, range of goods and food stalls began grabbing attention and attracting ...
title: Old Wooden Antique Ship on the Gulf
Old Wooden Antique Ship on the Gulf
Abu Dhabi, UAE
title: Le légendaire Douglas DC 3 Dakota
Le légendaire Douglas DC-3 Dakota
Le DC-3 est un avion mythique qui a fait ses preuves pendant la seconde guerre mondiale.
title: Leave daily stress behind
Leave daily stress behind
Bicycle Kingdom expands first round of the Emperor of all places imperial Beijing. We will cycle around Tianmen Square, Forbidden City and along Changan Avenue - widest street in Beijing. Spend the ancient observatory, the ruins of the wall and its largest intercity corner tower. Your guide will share imperial history, point out in ...
title: what s up with the history
what's up with the history ?
Although the rickshaw has appeared in numerous regions of the world, China was one of the few countries where rickshaws made enormous contribution to employment. Introduced in the late 19th century by foreign missionaries, who played big role in urban development in China in the 20th century. (22) persons of the noble class, who were reluctant to go ashore, as their preferred Rickshaw mini-transport. Its popularity grew to such an extent that ...
title: Chinatown
Chinatown
in 2001, Smith Street was transformed into a food street and in 2003 stalls offering gifts and souvenirs was reintroduced. Perhaps, the authorities should have developed the night market by recovering its features and facilities rather than to adopt a “slash and burn” outlook and attitude only to have it reinstalled and reintroduced twenty years later. even though ...
title: Paris metro
Paris metro
title: Getting around by bike
Getting around by bike
Cycling high efficiency, environment friendly, healthy, less pollution, and congestion, parking requirements, and can help reduce energy use; This is the future transport system in the city is considered as the future was bright. Hutong hideaways and historical backbone of the city's artistic Park, we are only five fantastic way to ...
title: Old Antique Gun Hung at the Beiteddine Castle
Old Antique Gun Hung at the Beiteddine Castle