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Tourist sites re-open
The Palace Museum and the National Library in Beijing will reopen on Friday for the upcoming May 1 holiday after months of closure, a sign that the capital is gradually returning to normalcy. All 25,000 tickets for the Palace Museum…>> Read More

 

Heavenly Lanterns auction at Forbidden City
A pair of Heavenly Lanterns and Longevity Lanterns each painstakingly recreated from the Qing dynasty are the biggest creative products ever designed by the Palace Museum will be put up for auction in early April, the museum's curator Shan Jixiang…>> Read More

 

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Buddhist Circuit

Buddhist Circuit
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The journey of Buddhism into China over the centuries make for fascinating stories and over the ages followers have made stunning edifices in respect of their beliefs.  From gigantic stone carvings of the Buddha to the smallest places of worship, these are works of art and convey a sense of timeless beauty.

 

Sages who have travelled across Central Asia have left their legacy through tales of wonder and mesmerizing account.  As Buddhism entered from the west; it travelled across the lenght and breath of the country even making its way to the courts of Chengis Khan.  Take in the image of the Reclining Buddha in the remote Dunghuang caves, the stunning scope and majesty of the Longmen Grottoes in Luoyang and the sky high temples of Mt Ermei.

 

Buddhism established itself and was soon melded with Confusius and Tao teachings. Choose your trip itinerary to include some of the most amazing journeys to these places!