It would take years to get through the attractions that China has to offer and the best of them, the Terracotta Warriors, the Great Wall, the Temple of Heaven in Beijing, and the Forbidden City – also in Beijing – are just the veritable tip of the iceberg.
But what about China's natural attractions? Well there is the Yellow Mountain in Anhui Province, Hangzhou's West Lake and Dian Chi – the 'Pearl of the Yungui Plateau'. And that's just for starters…
China’s rich history and its historical sites play a pivotal role in the list of Top Ten Things to Do there. From the Read More»
The Forbidden City was the centre of Imperial China during the Ming and Qing dynasties (1416 – 1911). Today, the Read More»
An undisputable symbol of ancient Chinese military power, the Great Wall is the world’s largest military defense system Read More»
The Terracotta Warriors signify a small portion of the eight thousand soldiers who were buried underground in front of Read More»
The giant panda is native to central-western and south-western China. The Sichuan Giant Panda Sanctuaries are the abode Read More»
Huanglong is best known for its five main attractions – rainbow ponds, limestone sandbars, snow-capped peaks, undulating Read More»
Leshan, home to the 70-metre-high Grand Buddha statue that towers over the river, is an easy stopover en route to or Read More...
With over 15 museums, learning in detail the eventful history of Macau is easy and serve to convey the fusion of western Read More...
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