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Also unforgettable was our experience driving through Beijing in an old fashioned motorcycle side car followed by lunch with a local family in their traditional hutong house.
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Jiuzhaigou

The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Jiuzhaigou Valley National Park is famous in China for its remarkable natural phenomena. Located in the north of Sichuan Province, on the edge of the Tibetan Plateau, the diverse forest ecosystems of the park house a diverse array of flora and fauna and boast many topographical features of exceptional beauty.

Within the park, the main attractions are its various glacial lakes, many of which are brightly hued, some translucent, some mirrored. The names of the lakes - Five Flower Lake, Swan Lake, Reed Lake, Mirror Lake and so on - provide some insight into their beauty. Aside from lakes, there are pine forests, waterfalls, majestic valleys, towering peaks and remote Tibetan villages to explore

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Our co-founder & CEO Catherine Heald lived in China for 7 years and returns often. She loves trekking in the rice terraces of Ping An, and hugging baby pandas in Chengdu!
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