China Sex Tour
(Sample Itinerary) - Beijing-Xi'an-Lhasa
The Tian'anmen Square: The largest
city square in the world.
The Forbidden City: The largest
imperial palace in China during the Ming and Qing dynasties with a
history of around 600 years.
Hutongs: the old narrow paths with
lots of courtyard homes where common people are living. You will see the old houses and learn about the daily
life of ordinary Beijing citizens.
- Prince Gong's Mansion: a famous palace in the Qing Dynasty.
- Drum Tower: a two-story wooden tower built in the Yuan Dynasty.
The Great Wall: a series of stone
and earthen fortifications built and rebuilt between the 5th century
BC and the 16th century. It is the symbol of China.
- Old City
Wall: An extension of the
old Tang Dynasty structure boasting the most complete city wall
that survives through Chinese long history.
Wild Goose Pagoda: The pagoda where widely renowned Master
Xuanzang (Monk Tripitaka) stored his classics brought from India.
Army and Horses: The
greatest archaeological findings of the century: the army of
terra-cotta warriors and the bronze chariots entombed in vast
underground vaults at emperor Qin's tomb.
Lhasa (2-3 days)
Walking on the old style Tibetan streets cloaked in mystery, taste
the Tibetan food in the local restaurants, buy the Buddhist
handicrafts and talk with the
Lamas and residents.
- Potala Palace, a structure of massive portions. Its towering image
is shown on all travel literature, but nothing can compare to your
first sight of this incredible, amazing wonder of the world. It is
absolutely awe-inspiring and you will be enchanted as you visit the
rooms, halls and chapels of the palace.
Temple which is the spiritual center of Tibet. Everyday,
pilgrims from every corner of Tibet trek here from long
distances to worship. The temple is the product of Han, Tibetan
and Nepalese architectural techniques.
- Barkhor Street which is the oldest street in
this very traditional Tibetan city.