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China's top ten attractions, 10 places of interest to see
China has so much to see and do with a huge area and a long story. We' ve compiled a list of the 10 most important sights in China. Most travellers didn't see you in China unless you went up the Great Wall. The Great Walls, one of China's landmarks, is the longest walls in the word, an impressive achievement of antique defence fortifications.
They deserve their place among the "New Seven Miracles of the World" and UNESCO World Heritage Sites in China. It stretches from the west border of China to the eastern shore and has a total length of about 5,000 km, but the best-integrated and best-preserved stretches are near Beijing. That' s what they usually mean when they mention the Great Wall of China.
What parts of the Great Wall should I see? In 1974, however, the peasants exposed one of the largest archeological places in the whole canyon. It has been a part of the UNESCO heritage since 1987. This is significant because the hundred detailled life-size scale model represents the military that won over all other China troops at the time of the warring states (475-221 BC) and was the deciding force in the formation of a unified China.
Today known among the people of China as the "Palace Museum", the UNESCO is a treasury of ancient and ancient remains. He is considered one of the five most important buildings in the whole wide globe (with the Palace of Versailles in France, the Buckingham Palace in Great Britain, the White Haus in the USA and the Kremlin in Russia).
Featuring the rest of the Huangpu with its Spanish-speaking Europe and high-rise architecture, it is one of the most important commercial areas in the city. Li River has been named one of the "World's Top Ten Watery Wonders" by National Geographic Magazine. A number of world-famous personalities have been to the Li River, among them former US Presidents Bill Clinton and George Bush (Senior) and Bill Gates.
Chengdu huge panorama - China's "national treasure" The huge panorama is not just beloved by the Chinese, but also by many aliens and not only by kids. Though there are many Zoo's in China and elsewhere where you can see a huge panorama, the best place to see them is Chengdu - the "hometown" of the huge panorama.
You can see panda up-close in three different places: Çhengdu Panda Breeding and Research Centre, Dujiangyan Panda Valley and Bifengxia Panda Base. The Chengdu Panda Center is located in the northern part of the town, and is more ingrained. The Bifengxia Panda Base is 2 hrs from Chengdu, has more panda, and you can see more panda in their native environment.
To get even nearer to the Giantandas, you can take a volunteers programme in Bifengxia or Dujiangyan Panda Valley, an hours outside Chengdu. Be inspired by our panoramic walks. The Yellow Mountain Scenic Area in eastern China, near Shanghai and Hangzhou, offers five wonders: sunrises, oceans of cloud, strangely formed cliffs, twisting pines and warm wells.
Yellow Mountains are China's most celebrated summits and one of China's three best natural reserves - the other two are Zhangjiajie Forest Park and Jiuzhaigou Forestpark. Yellow Mountain Nationalpark is more accessible and, of course, more crowded than the other two reserves.
Zhangjiajie National Forest Park is known for its bizarre rocky columns and its colourful ponds and autumn leaves. It was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994. Overlooking Victoria Harbour from Victoria Peak to Hong Kong, as well as the Great Wall climb to China, it provides an icons perspective of Hong Kong's "skyscraper" for people to prosper.
View skyscrapers around bustling Victoria Harbour, which extend towards mainland China. Hanghzhou is known as China's "paradise on earth" because of its beautiful scenery. The West Lake arose from the Chineses' passion for garden-like recreational areas. The West Lake is a place of tranquillity, where urbanism becomes a skyline on the northeastern horizon and is surrounded by hills near and far on the other three sides.
In order to enjoy the beauties of the Western Sea, you can cycle around the beautiful scenery, take a stroll around the beautiful scenery or take a brief boat ride on the lakes. In addition to the most popular attractions, we can take you to less overcrowded places worth seeing, such as a Hangzhou tealeaflant. Traveling with a specialist is especially useful for the most popular attractions to prevent masses of people and make an instructive and pleasant itinerary.