Explore China

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One of the four great ancient civilizations, China is the size of the USA or Europe, with more people than Europe and North America together. An enormous, mysterious, and beautiful land, China offers you so much to see and explore: from the Great Wall to the skyscrapers of Shanghai, to the Roof of the World, and beyond.

Places to Visit in China

  1. National Museum of China: The largest museum in the world and the second most popular one is the National Museum of China. The National Museum of China is China's premier historical and artistic venue, showcasing the country's magnificent traditional, revolutionary, and cutting-edge socialist cultures.
  2. The Great Wall of China: The Great Wall of China is one of the Seven Wonders of the World. 6000 km of wall constructed 2000 years ago is one amazing architectural achievement that would be very difficult to replicate even in the present day.
  3. Shanghai: Shanghai is a city in the East China Sea that is bounded to the north and south by the mouth of the Yangtze River, Hangzhou Bay, and some of the world's tallest skyscrapers, classic art deco structures, and elaborate Buddhist monasteries. Shanghai is famous for its exquisite food options, Michelin-starred businesses, and breathtaking luxury retail malls.
  4. Hangzhou: Hangzhou is one of the most popular holiday spots in China which is famous for its trade in silk fabrics, tea, and other cultural and artistic things.
  5. Li River, Guilin: Li River is one of the world’s top ten watery wonders by America National Geographic Magazine which is famous for its karst peak forest landform, and iconic limestone mountains and caves on both sides of the river.
  6. The Bund: Shanghai's most famous mile, the Bund, is probably the city's most recognizable landmark. A representation of colonial Shanghai, the Bund is surrounded by hotels, banks, and legation buildings that all have the same early 19th-century architectural design as buildings along the Seine in Paris or the Thames in London.  It is renowned for having breathtaking views of the skyline.
  7. Beijing Zoo: The Beijing Zoo is famous for its rare animals from China. They have giant pandas, which are the most popular, as well as red pandas, golden snub-nosed monkeys, South China tigers, white-lipped deer, and others. The main highlight of the zoo is the pandas.
  8. Leshan Giant Buddha: The largest stone Buddha statue in the world, at 233 feet (71 meters) tall, is called Leshan Giant. For archaeologists and those studying ancient people's lifestyles, the Leshan Giant Buddha is especially significant because of its numerous historic sites.
  9. Wuyi Mountains: In southeast China, a trip to the Wuyi Mountains is highly recommended. Taking a bamboo boat ride through the gorges on the lower course of the Nine Bend River is one of the most well-liked activities for tourists visiting the Wuyi Mountains.
  10. Yu Garden: The Ming and Qing Dynasties' Jiangnan garden architecture is reflected in Yu Garden. It is the ideal fusion of ornate pavilions, sparkling ponds, zigzag bridges, magnificent rockeries, and decorative halls.