China

Attractions in China.

China is one of the most visited countries in the world. Every year, this amazing country is visited by millions of tourists who come here, attracted by the rich history, incredible monuments, temples, towers, as well as beautiful landscapes and hearty food. We have collected for you the most outstanding sights of China, which you definitely need to visit at least once in your life.

  • The fabulous cave of the “Reed Flute”, hiding in the depths of the Chinese land. Only there you can see stalagmites and stalactites illuminated with different colors.
  • In the picturesque village of Hongcun, which is more than 900 years old, time seems to have stopped.
  • The famous Peking duck, of course, is worth trying in Beijing. And the best place to do this is the restaurant “Da Dong Duck Roast”.
  • Take a ride on the 1,580-meter-long Great Wall toboggan run that starts from the Mutianyu section.
  • Explore the sand dunes of the Gobi Desert on a camel that will take you directly to Lake Yueyaquan in the Dunhuang Oasis.
  • An excellent place for fishing is considered to be the coastal shoal of Xiapu, located along the south-eastern coast of China in Fujian Province.
  • Scorpions and other Chinese culinary delights can be tasted at the Wangfujing Night Market in Beijing.
  • To date, Caiping County has preserved about 1,800 fortified multi-storey diaolou mansions, which were built in the early 20th century to protect local residents.
  • Take a walk along the waterfront in Shanghai.
  • Enjoy the scenic view of one of the largest waterfalls in Asia, Huanggoshu.
  • Take a sun bath on the beaches of Hainan.
  • The Forbidden City and the Palace Museum of the Ming and Qing dynasties in Beijing.
  • Walk through the 12-kilometer Longtan Valley and admire the reddish-purple quartz sandstone.
  • This is a traditional brunch for Southern China, during which dim sum is served – small portions of dessert, fruits, vegetables or seafood. You can taste it in the City Hall in the restaurant “Maxim’s Palace”.
  • An open escalator will take you to the best boutiques in Hong Kong.
  • Did you know that the floating mountains-islands on the planet Pandora from the famous movie “Avatar” were created in the image of a real place on Earth. This miracle is located in Zhangjiajie National Park.
  • Lovers of unusual travel can ride a donkey through the Gobi desert in Inner Mongolia and spend the night in a yurt.
  • Climb the Lushan Mountains and you will understand why artists and poets come here in search of inspiration.
  • All gambling enthusiasts gather in Macau, the only place in China where gambling is officially allowed.
  • You can see your reflection in the mirror lake of Tianchi or “Heavenly Lake”. This is the deepest lake in China, which is located at the top of Changbaishan Mountain.
  • Wander through a village made entirely of ice at the world’s largest ice and snow festival in Harbin.
  • Take a boat trip along the mountain range on the coast of “Golden Stone”, Dalian.
  • Yu Yuan Garden in Shanghai is a great place for a leisurely stroll.
  • Ancient Buddhist temples are represented in the Yungang cave caves in Shanxi province.
  • What could be better than cycling through the park and the surroundings of Lake Xihu in Hangzhou?
  • The terracotta Army in Xi’an will make a lasting impression even on the sophisticated tourist.
  • Play with the golden monkey in the Shennongjia Forest area.
  • Spicy pork brains in boiling chili oil is a real challenge for the taste buds.
  • Photo taken in the fabulous “Reed Flute” Cave
  • Funny cuddling pandas in Chongqing.
  • Jiuzhaigou National Nature Reserve is known for its multi-level waterfalls and colorful lakes.
  • In the bazaar of the city of Urumqi, according to rumors, the legend of Aladdin was born.
  • The night lights of the fountain of the Great Wild Goose Pagoda in Xi’an.
  • Take a cruise on the longest and deepest river in Eurasia, the Yangtze, in Yunnan Province.
  • Visit the mausoleum of Mao Zedong-a symbol of communism in Tiananmen Square in Beijing.
  • The Leaping Tiger Gorge in Lijiang is famous for its incredible panoramas and landscapes.
  • Tourists visiting China in February are given a unique opportunity to celebrate another New Year according to the Eastern lunar calendar.
  • A magnetoplane or maglev is a maglev train that reaches speeds of up to 500 km/h.