Why You Should Go to China Once?. PixelsWhy You Should Go to China Once?. Pixels

China is one of the countries which has a vary of beautiful places. China is a charming, amazing, and incredibly vast country, being the third-largest territory in the world.

The most inspiring reason to visit China is that you can do various experiences, such as enjoy the stunning landscape, explore the Chinese history and culture, taste the incredible Chinese food, visit the famous Great Wall, and take photos with cute giant pandas.

Enjoy Breathtaking Landscapes

China boasts the third-largest territory in the world. Due to the vast amount of land, you can experience pretty much any type of landscape in China, from northwestern deserts to southeastern beaches, from majestic mountains to green plains, from the frozen ice and snow world in Harbin to the warm tropics of Xishuangbanna. China is a large treasure with endless incredible landscapes that are all worth exploring.

Enjoy Breathtaking Landscapes. Pixels
Enjoy Breathtaking Landscapes. Pixels

Long History & Rich Culture

China, renowned as Four Ancient Civilizations, boasts a history of 5,000 years, and has created a wide variety of human-made wonders and glorious culture, which gives you an opportunity to get close to China and Chinese people fast.

You could have a China historical and cultural tour, go to places and attractions with old ages and great culture, which won’t let you down. Historical and cultural places and attractions could be classified into several classifications, such as ancient town, water town, and imposing buildings.

Ancient towns with great features include Pingyao Ancient City, Lijiang Ancient Town, Dali Ancient Town, Wuzhen Ancient Town, Xitang Ancient Town, where tourists can see old buildings and exquisite house decorations, and feel old-lifestyle.

Long History & Rich Culture. Pixels
Long History & Rich Culture. Pixels

Water towns are built along rivers and rivers flow through towns, and famous water towns are Zhouzhuang Water Town, Tongli Water Town, and Zhujiajiao Water Town. Majestic buildings and human wonders are breathtaking, and make you think how great human are, such as Forbidden City, Great Wall, Temple of Heaven, Mogao Grottoes, and Terracotta Warriors.

China has decades of ethnic groups living together, which has made brilliant and unique culture, and they have their own language, ethnic clothes, buildings, custom, etc. Having a tour to ethnic areas will be eye-opening to tourists, for they can have a deep understanding about China.

The wildlife

Pandas, pandas, pandas! They’ve been my favourite animal since I was very little; I would never go anywhere without my beloved Baby Panda, so seeing them up close in Chengdu was simply incredible. I could have watched them for hours on end; the young pandas are so cheeky, playful and rather clumsy. I always thought, by contrast, that the red pandas were rather boring, however, in the panda sanctuaries in Chengdu you will find these amazing little creatures shuffling around under your feet and they are utterly adorable.

The wildlife. Pixels
The wildlife. Pixels

Great Wall of China

Whatever tours to China you are looking at, each of them will undoubtedly offer to visit the pride of all East Asia – the Great Wall of China. Whether you travel alone or with a group led by a guide, don’t miss the opportunity to see with your own eyes the incomparable grandeur of this human-made monument to the people who know no fear and despair.

Great Wall of China. Pixels
Great Wall of China. Pixels

According to a Chinese saying, you cannot consider yourself a hero without visiting the Great Wall. And the truth is! Having overcome the bumpy paths in the non-tourist sections of the longest tourist attraction in the world, you understand: all that was before is just a tick in the list of mandatory places to visit.

China’s Forbidden city

The heart of Beijing, the capital of China, its ancient essence, pulsates within the Imperial Palace walls, which was erected in the XV century. During the Qing and Ming Dynasties, no one but privileged members of society were allowed to enter the palace, making the building and the surrounding area long considered unattainable to ordinary people.

Forbidden city. Pixels
Forbidden city. Pixels

Fortunately, times have changed, and today, the Forbidden City doors are wide open to everyone who wants to visit it and those who have a valid visa to China! And a day is not enough to leisurely bypass all the beauties of this place: the halls that keep the terrible imperial secrets, the palace museum, which has a unique collection of works of art and artifacts of several ruling dynasties, countless marble statues of unearthly beauty, as well as the great throne of the Emperor.

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