If you never visited China a holiday spent here will seem like entering another world. The Chinese culture, people and food will be completely different from what you have experienced so far. Before leaving, however, make sure you have all the necessary paperwork, because this place is also one of the most demanding in this matter. You should also plan your trip somewhere in May or September. This is by far the best period to cover as much as possible in your visit because of the climate of this large country.
You should also know that covering the most important attractions in a single trip is practically impossible because of the time it would take to get from one side of China to another. However, if you are there for the first time you should not miss the Great Wall of China, Shanghai, Beijing or the splendid Yangtze River.
4 live webcams in Shanghai. You can see views of Bund, Huang Pu river, Jinmao building, Pudong, and Pearl Tower.
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The equipment at the front is a Wind and Temperature Profiler. The image is updated hourly.
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8 live webcams in Hong Kong, including views of Kowloon, Victoria Harbour, Tsim Sha Tsui, Peng Chau, and Disneyland.
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Live webcam views of Hong Kong including Kowloon, Tsuen Wan, and Tuen Mun Road
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Experience various views of Macau.
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WebCam of Pui Ching Middle School, Macau
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Live traffic conditions in Macau
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Ngong Ping Skyrail is a 5.7km cableway supported by eight towers along the cableway route. The biggest cableway in Asia, the journey lasts for about 20-25 minutes and offers passengers spectacular 360-degree panoramic views of North Lantau Country Park, the South China Sea, Tung Chung Bay and the Hong Kong International Airport
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