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Top 5 Lunar New Year destinations

Discover the best places to celebrate Lunar New Year around the world. Whether you're looking for festive traditions or breathtaking natural scenery, these destinations have everything you need for an amazing holiday celebration. From vibrant Chinatowns in North America to bustling markets in Asia, there's something for everyone on this list. So get ready to ring in the new year with some unforgettable memories!

The top 10 destinations for Lunar New Year travel next year may not seem like much at first glance. But while they may seem unfamiliar to many people, they are actually very popular among those who do make the trip each year. The country is known for its cuisine and overall cuisine attracts tourists over all holidays such as Chinese new year, certain festivals or even just for fun. Here are some of my favorites:

1) Shanghai (Shenyang) – The capital of China has been hosting World Expo 2010 from Feb 8- Mar 9 as a part of its celebration of “China”

2) Hangzhou (Hangzhou) – Located in East China Sea, it was once an important port during the Ming Dynasty .

3) Suzhou (Zhejiang) – Known for tea production and home to famous landmarks including Empress Dowager Cixi's Mausoleum in Nanjing Jing'an Park .

4) Beijing (Beijing) – With history stretching back hundreds of years , this is China's national capital with over 2 million people living here now

5) Qingdao (Qingdao or Northern Song Dynasty city ) – This city is one of world's tourist attractions as well as being known as one of the best places to live in China due to its strategic location on land between two major rivers . In addition to Qingdao's reputation as a harbor city, old Beijing has become an attractive destination thanks to its modern architecture and iconic landmarks such as Tiananmen Square , Forbidden City , Temple of Heaven , National Museum , etc .

2. Some sample Lunar New Year Destinations

There are many places one can travel to in a lunar new year. One of the most popular countries to go is China, which is known for its great food, culture and history. The Lunar New Year will be on January 27th this year, which makes it the perfect time to visit this country. The country is full of food delicious enough to make you fat and have no desire to eat again for several days.

The country of Taiwan is also well-known for their beautiful landscape and culture, including their famous temples (tombs) that would have been used by Emperor Qin Shi Huang who ruled China from 210 BC until 221 BC. There are many ancient cities that you can visit such as Tainan, Kaohsiung, Kaohsiung City and Nantou County.

Be sure not to miss out on these destinations in your Lunar New Year travel plans!

3. Countries that you could visit to experience the Lunar New Year

1. Singapore

2. Hong Kong

3. Macau

4. Kuala Lumpur

5. Bangkok

4. The Best Time of Year to Visit Each Destination

January fifteenth marks the start of Lunar New Year. This year, we’re celebrating the start of Lunar New Year in 2018 by telling you about the best time to visit each of these top 5 lunar new year destinations:

1. Hong Kong, China:

This is the best time to visit Hong Kong, China. It’s not only a holiday to look forward to, but it also offers an opportunity to experience some of its most popular sites and attractions. We recommend visiting Hong Kong during late January or early February because it offers a great selection of attractions and activities that are unique to Hong Kong.

2. Beijing, China:

Beijing may seem like a city lacking any particular culture or history, but this is far from the case. You can be sure that your visit will have an array of cultural attractions such as “Dongdaeshen (the “Dragon Boat Festival”),” “the Great Wall Trail,” and more throughout your trip here in Beijing!

3. Xian, China:

You would be hard-pressed to find a city with more archeological treasures than Xian! The UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to many ancient temples and palaces from the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) and beyond as well as many historic sites that are still waiting for restoration for visitors today such as “Wushan Abbey (Western Capital).” This location is also known for its beautiful scenery and rolling hills where you can walk along scenic paths as well as ride horses when visiting Wushan Park .

4. Shanghai, China:

Known worldwide for its bustling skyline and bustling markets, Shanghai was once considered one of the world’s most polluted cities until they began cleaning up their air quality in 1999 after decades of polluting their air with chemicals made from coal-fired power plants. With this clean air comes a market filled with high-quality artisans who produce exquisite handicrafts using silkworms found in nearby farms in Shanghai! You can also explore this city by boat on the Huangpu River or take public transportation through local lines located around Pudong International Airport . You won’t regret visiting this place if you choose it during your trip here in Shanghai!

5. Hangzhou, China:

Hangzhou has long been known for its beautiful scenery and artistic expression thanks to both its historical and architectural charm . As one of China’s largest

5. The cost of lodging, food, and entertainment in each destination

1. Beijing: $30/pax/meal

2. Shanghai: $25/pax/meal

3. Hong Kong: $20/pax/meal

4. Tokyo: $20/pax/meal

5. Singapore: $15/pax/meal

The Lunar New Year (Lunar New Year) is a festival celebrated on the Spring and Autumn Equinox. It is one of the three most important festivals in Chinese culture, along with the Two Easters and the Mid-Autumn Festival, and is a major celebration for many Chinese citizens. In China, it has a great impact on commerce and industry, particularly in agriculture and construction.

It is also often associated with good luck and happiness. For example, during the festival of Mid-Autumn Festival , people take advantage of its full moon to make wishes that are positive, as well as pay homage to their ancestors. To celebrate this lunar holiday, many Chinese celebrate during their weekends by going on an adventure themed by their favorite story from history or legend .

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