The Solo Traveler Artist in Residence shares her perspective in these images of Beijing, a city where, she says, “time stopped a hundred years ago.”
A Solo Travel Society member offers us this shot of graffiti, with contributions from around the world, on a section of the Great Wall of China.
With mass urbanization occurring, the public parks of China have become scenes of a wide variety of group and individual activities. This is a photo post.
A Solo Travel Society member contemplates the horizon in this gorgeous shot of Karakul Lake in China.
China – in the homes of locals, joining an English class at a rural school, line-dancing in the evening… this is, for me, what travel is all about.
Seeing some of the highlights of China is a highlight of my life.
Ah, the nuances of a country and it’s culture. Ah, the nuances of China! Here are 32 tips you should know before embarking on a trip to China.
Here it is, a blow by blow account of my injury and recovery – thanks to my fellow travelers, traditional Chinese medicine and the Chinese healthcare system.
The benefits of group travel for a solo traveler become clear when I visit China and enjoy the knowledge, perspectives and questions of others.
Here is a teaser of my first week in China – with a hint of the stories to come – in a series of photos.
China has required some unique planning and packing. Here’s my trip itinerary and my preparations.
This first-time solo traveler found Macau to be a safe, interesting and easy-to-navigate destination-with the added excitement of casinos and bungee jumping.
This sparkling shot of the Pudong skyline in Shanghai, China comes to us from a Solo Travel Society member.
This Solo Travel Society member recommends taking the high speed magnetic levitation train directly into Shanghai for culture, relaxation and entertainment.
An enthusiastic recommendation from a Solo Travel Society member: China as a fascinating solo travel destination.