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Where is Qiandao lake ?    The lake is in Zheijiang Province, just a 5-6 hour drive from Shanghai.   The things you need to know   Qiandao lake is a huge reservoir covering anarea of 580 square kilometers on the upper reaches of Xin’an Riverr, 160km from Hangzhou and Huangshan

Fuxing park     The park is located in the former French Concession of Shanghai near Nanchange Road Forget the expensive restaurants and bars. If you want a real good factor get yourself down the Fuxing park on Sunday morning. It is fantastic: people are dancing, singing, flying kites, discussing

Breathtaking pictures taken during our recent 8 days Tibet and Everest base camp tours. Enjoy seeing the pictures and feel the magic of Tibet!   Check our 8 days tour to Tibet: 8 days Tibet and Everest base camp tour!   Lhasa – Gyantse –Shigatse  – Everest Base   8

Pictures from our social brunch in Shanghai art district, more than 60 people joined! Do not worry if you have missed this one, we will repeat it next month!   Follow us to stay updated about upcoming events:

Bravo! Wanna Travel is 2 years old! Here is our 2016 from cameras – Our amazing travelers have enjoyed more than 50 different destinations in China, our great team has organized more than 150 trips and united more than 2000 people to travel with us! Here is our selection of

Chinese New Year in China is a very important holiday time: family members travel home from far, get together and enjoy festivities. However, many Chinese people use this time to travel around China. In fact, last year Chinese people took  2.9 billion trips on these days. And if you plan to travel

Like a railway to heaven, sky train to Tibet is the highest train in the world. Qinghai -Tibet railway goes from Xining to Lhasa and looks like a huge dragon spanning the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau. The total length is 1956 kilometers. A section of 960 kilometers of railway is more than

 What is altitude sickness? Altitude sickness — also known as acutemountain sickness (AMS), is a pathological effect of high altitude on humans, caused by acute exposure to low partial pressure of oxygen at high altitude. AMS commonly occurs above 2,400 metres (8,000 ft).  (by wikipedia) Who is most likely to be affected by high altitude sickness? It