I come from Hong Kong and like to share my cycling experience in Mainland China. As I am a native Chinese, so my blog content will be in Chinese wording. I would like to show you how to translate my blog content into English wording. The translated content maybe sometimes unmeaningful, hope that it will not disturb you, thanks! The following procedures for opening my blog :
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Nice to know that it's work, please enjoy my trip photos, thanks!
Last week, I have just finished my cycling trip in Wuhan, you can refer to my 6 chapters of the blog below, please click the bottom link forward to next chapter in sequence :
Last week, I have just finished my cycling trip with my wife in Guilin, you can refer to my 5 chapters of the blog below, please click the bottom link forward to next chapter in sequence :
Please try this link has translation option and enter through the side link : (please refer to my first post)
Here is a china-tourist-map to give you rough impression of different provinces in china :
From my first part of cycling routes in china is mainly in Guangdong, the following map shows main area in Guangdong :
The following cycling routes take part in Guangzhou : url=http://www.johomaps.com/as/china/guangdong/guangzhou/guangzhoumetro.html
The following cycling routes take part in Zhongshan and Zhuhai :
The following cycling routes take part in Shenzhen : url=http://www.johomaps.com/as/hongkong/hkmetro.html
The following cycling routes take part in Zhaoxing :
The following cycling routes take part in Zengcheng :
The following cycling routes take part in Conghua (not shown in map but near Guangzhou) :
The following cycling routes take part in Yingde (not shown in map but above Qingyuan) :
The following cycling routes take part in Dongguan :
All cycling routes in Guangdong can be reached from Hong Kong by bus and take about 1 to 2 days to finish the trip.
The following cycling routes take part outside Guangdong and need a long trip for a few days :
Kinmen (part of Taiwan but near the Xiamen of china) :
Lijiang in Yunnan :
Wuhan in Hubei :
Guilin in Guangxi :
Thousand Island Lake (Qiandao Hu) in Hangzhou :
Xiamen and Kinmen :
For my blog, please use the translate option at the left top corner instructed at previous post, the translate option is only available in desktop version not in mobile version, please select the desktop version when viewing in mobile. Hope you will like it!
Last week, I have just finished my cycling trip with my friend in Zhongshan, please click the bottom link to view it :
Hello, anyone else like to translate my blog content into French, Italian, German, Russian, Spanish, etc, if needed just let me know so that I can add more language option for translation.
Last week, I have just finished my cycling trip with my family in Thousand Island Lake (Qiandao Hu), please click the bottom link to view it :
Hey, this is really cool! Keep it up. Very interesting and you can tell your enthusiasm. Thanks!
Glad to hear your sound of enjoy, I will continue to share more about my cycling trips, thanks!
Last week, I have just finished my cycling trip with my friend in Chengdu, please click the bottom link to view it :
Thank you Stanley. Nice new travels. Very relaxing to read your blog.
Thanks for your appreciation, I will have another trip in next month, hope you will enjoy also.
Last 2 weeks, I have just finished my cycling trip with my friend in Xiamen and Kinmen of Taiwan, please click the bottom link to view it :
Last 2 weeks, I have just finished my cycling trip alone in Zhejiang, please click the bottom link to view it :
Last week, I have just finished my cycling trip in Guilin & Yangshuo, please click the bottom link to view it :
Very nice reading Stanley.
Thanks for your appreciation, please enjoy!
The outbreak of coronavirus, or Covid-19, has had a significant impact on my cycling plan to China, but in Hong Kong a new cycle track linking Yuen Long with Sheung Shui has been opened at the end of September for public use, marking the completion of the 60km-long bikeway backbone between Tuen Mun and Ma On Shan. Please click the bottom link to view it :
After almost 2 years of the outbreak of coronavirus, I have a new cycling trip in the Zhejiang Province for 12 greenways shown in following blog link :
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