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to visit on your holidays to China
- The Great Wall (Chang Cheng) - a symbol of Chinese genius. 6350km long and
taking 2000 years to complete, it extends across northern China. "He who has not
climbed up the Great Wall is no hero," a Chinese saying goes. Ming Tombs - the
general name given to the mausoleums of 13 emperors of the Ming Dynasty (1368
- 1644). The site has a high cultural and historic value because of its long history,
palatial and integrated architecture.
Square - sits at the very heart of Beijing, measuring 40 hectares and can accommodate
up to one million people. It is one of Beijing's most modern sites and largely
Mao's concoction. This is not only the physical centre of China, but also the
centre of power and politics. A must- see for travelers to Beijing.
City - also called the Palace Museum which is in the heart of Beijing city, was
the residence of the ancient rulers of China. Occupies 72,000sq km, the entry
was forbidden to all but those on imperial business until 1911. The wall is 10
meters high and measures 760 meters from east to west and 960 meters from north
to south. Inside the enclosure are 999.5 rooms. For more than 500 years, 24 emperors
of the Ming and Qing dynasties lived in there.
Temple of Heaven - built in 1420. China's most famous temple where emperors used
to come to pray for a good harvest during the first lunar month of each year.
It covers an area twice as big as that of the Forbidden City and actually is a
royal garden with large tracts of wooded land but few buildings.
Palace & Kunming Lake - the largest ancient preserved garden in China and a former
summer retreat for Emperors. The site includes more than 100 ancient style pavilions,
mansions, towers, halls, temples, bridges and an enormous clear water lake. Occupying
an area of 290 acres, the Palace is as vast as it is spectacular. A rare chance
in Beijing, to relax and escape the smoke and crowds of the city. Hou Hai - Young
generation of Beijing citizens call Hou Hai 'a Paradise of the city', for it's
romantic atmosphere created by the lake and the pubs and bars alongside.
worthwhile place for a visit to see the Chinese culture mix with the west. Wangfujing
Street & Donghuamen - has a history of more than 100 years. The street, which
is less than one kilometer long, is lined with shops. The best-known shop is the
Beijing Department Store. The Oriental Plaza, which is considered another miracle
in Chinese architectural history, stands just by the south entrance of Wangfujing.
Roast Duck dish dates back to the Ming Dynasty, about 600 years ago. Almost every
part of the duck (except the feathers) can be made into hot or cold dishes. This
is called the "Complete Duck Feast". The duck head is usuallyfor the guest of
honors, but if you cannot face it you do not have to eat it. Historical ancient
Army of Terracotta Warriors - The tomb of the first emperor who unified China
and his huge terra-cotta army which were buried underground for 22 centuries were
discovered in the 1970s. Over 10,000 individual pottery soldiers, archers and
chariots stand in battle formation and looked fierce and real. The scale of the
collection is very impressive and it is once in a lifetime visit to China.
Tower - situated in the heart of the city, the tower was traditionally used to
tell the time. Ancient City Walls is the most complete city wall that has survived
in China. Fang Gu Street - a pedestrian street close to the Xian Musum. Shops
alongside are built in ancient style and are gathered mainly for calligraphy interests.
Stunning Scenery of Gui Lin & Yang Shuo Famous for its distinct mountain range
and mild subtropical climate,
and Yangsuo are so often seen in Chinese paintings and films. Li River Cruise
- the river passes an endless procession of peaks, water buffalo grazing and remote
villages. The scenery is breathtaking. Reed Flute Cave - the thousands of years
natural rocks form an extraordinary underground scenery. Fubo Hill - a pleasant
little park that worth visiting to unwind. Cormorants fishing - a tradition in
the olden days and livelihood for Chinese fishermen in the area. Natural Unspoiled
Beauty of Gui Zhou Huang Guo Shu Waterfall - the largest waterfall in China set
in a tropical forest. Unspoiled in beauty, it is the famous home of 'monkey',
the mystical Monkey God who helped bring Buddhism to China. Ethnic minority villages
& the Red Maple Lake - Guizhou is home to many minority tribes who's villages,
dress and customs remain unchanged by China modernisation. Dragon Palace Caves
- the natural beauty of this cave network is awesome.
Discovery - Yun Nan Kun Ming - Spring city where enjoy a mild weather all year
around. Shilin - a huge collection of limestone pillars. Li Jiang old town - a
beautiful shining jewel on the Northwest Yunnan Plateau neighbouring the Tibetan
Plateau, and better known as "Shangri-La".. Lijiang is granted World Cultural
Heritage status. Jade Dragon Snow Mountain and Black Dragon Pool - a breathtaking
view. Metropolitan Shanghai Shanghai, 'the Pearl of the Orient' is a cosmopolitan
city in China.
you would like to see the modern China, Shanghai represents the best. The Bund
- famous quay waterfront with ancient colonial buildings, modern towering skyscrapers
over looking the mouth of the Yangtze. Yu Garden - Situated not far from the Bund,
with old streets and tourists style antiques. Oriental TV Tower - On the banks
of the Huangpu River, the tower was once the highest building in the city before
Jinmao Building was completed. Jinmao Building - the tallest building in China,
it is worthwhile to take the ultra fast elevator to the top to enjoy a bird view
of the city. Inside the building there are various restaurants and bars and the
Grand Hyatt hotel. Xin Tian Di & the French Quarter - a very charming and buzzing
district. Visitors may feel that they are viewing the olden days of China but
once stepped inside, the atmosphere reflects to a dynamic and characteristic new
Shanghai. The south block of the Plaza shows you the modern architectures of today,
where the north block preserved the old antique buildings with modern interior.
Aside there are plenty restaurants provide international cousins, shops and pubs.
Shanghai's Railway - many of our travellers requested to take the trip to the
airport this way, after they saw it. You have to see to believe it.
Venice Zhujiajiao Village About an hour drive from Shanghai, is the little known
Venice of the East. The ancient water village has little changed for hundreds
of years. Take a stroll through the village and it is also worthwhile to have
a boat ride if you have time.
gardens Suzhou, one of the oldest towns in the Yangtze basin, is well known for
its numerous gardens such as Garden of the Master of the Nets. The temples are
also worth a visit. About 2 hours drive from Shanghai, Suzhou is also a prosperous
trading area of the silk industry in China.
Hangzhou is a city that once a prosperous place in the ancient China. It is famous
for producing silkware and the scenery had been described by many Chinese ancient
poets. Unfortunately, a little spoilt by locals due to popular tourism in recent
years. West Lake - the famous site that often appears in ancient Chinese poems.
The Lingyin Temple - the temple was built in 326AD and has been restored sixteen
times. It holds the historical and traditional reputation of Chinese Temple.
River Cruise - one of China's highlights that provides an unforgettable experience
for travelling to China.
Giant Panda Breeding Centre is the best place to see panda in Chengdu. The center
is located on the mountain of Futoushan in the northern suburbs of the city.
Buddha, the largest Buddha in China towering to over 70m.
Village - set in dazzling scenery, an area of lakes, mountains and waterfalls
unspoiled by tourism. Road improvements are underway.
scenery of Tibet The Potala Palace was first built in the 7th century and was
the home of successive Dalai Lamas. Tibet and prayer flags & ancient Buddhist
Silk Route The glorious ancient trade route from China into Central Asia.
Paradise in the South China Sea - Hainan Island Sanya Minority tribes, beautiful
unspoiled San Ya beaches is off the south coast of China, the perfect place to
relax in the sun all year round. It has hosted the past 2 Miss World competitions.
Sanya also has many unique scenic spots, such as Dadonghai Bay, Nanshan Culture
Tourism Zone, Luhuitou Park, Nantian Hot Spring, Yalong Bay, Wuzhizhou Island,
offering the beautiful tropic views. The annual average temperature is 25C and
the average temperature in winter is 20C.