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Off the beaten path: China

China, the ancient land with the famous wall, the forbidden city, the biggest population in the world, the place where you can treat your internet addiction in a special camp, where tickling was a form of torture and where traffic jams can last up to 2 weeks, has an endless list of destinations for the off the beaten path travelers. You can climb the most dangerous trail in the world to drink a cup of tea, see the Chinese pyramid, visit some weird museums, unusual beehive-shaped imperial tombs, ghost cities, see plenty of Buddhas and many many more.

The most dangerous hiking trail to Huashan Teahouse

One must really love tea mixed with adrenaline to enjoy the most dangerous hiking trail in the world, leading to Huashan Teahouse on top of the holy mountain Hua in China.
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Beijing Tap Water Museum

Beijing Tap Water Museum tells the history of water supply development from 1908 to this day. In the waning days of Qing Dynasty, the landlocked city had to rely on wells and rivers to get water,…
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Watermelon Museum in Beijing

The only museum dedicated to watermelons is located in Beijing, China. This bizarre place looks like a watermelon itself, and lets you discover all kinds of amazing facts about this glorious fruit.
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